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I've installed a new ..used trans in a 07 forenza I left torque converter empty knowing it would fill in initial start andvfill ....now im not so sure is there acway to fill and insure filling of torq

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If you put the fluid in then when started it should fill the converter, i always when filling the trans i put 3or 4 quarts in then I put it through the gears and back in park and recheck untill full i do this untill it's full you might try it to see if it works for you

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always replace the torque converter and output shaft seals...fill the trans through dipstick hole...any car parts store can tell you capacities,,,,and replace the filter too...Lee

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No just after you get it installed be sure to crank it and let it warm up and then check the fluid.

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Might ask your mechanic but you fill the transmission through the dip stick hole with a long funnel. This might be the way for the converter. I am not sure.

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Call transmission shop

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