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Changed auto tranny in 4wd s-10

I changed the tranny in my truck a few months ago. on alldata it says to mark the flywheel and torque converter for installation, it came with a torque converter. does the torque converter from the tranny going in have to go in a certain way? i am asking because fluid is just coming out in a stream around the torque converter when it is reved up. i still have the converter that came off it ...it did not do this. should i put that one back on? also on the flywheel, there is one hole that has extra metal around the hole. is this a special connection for ther converter. there is a hole beside one of the screw holes on the flywheel cover.. is this hole for drain,, it might have been on there from the salvage yard. any help would be great. dont want to replace another transmission for low fluid. thanks,David

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Some converters are cleaned out and the way to clean them is by drilling a hole on the converter if the screw gets lose you could lose oil and it could look like if is the seal look for the plug and make sure it's sealed if when you installed the transmission a month ago and you had no leaks more likely the plug on the converter got loss I hope this information is useful good luck

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The front pump seal or bushing is probably leaking where the converter hub fits in it. You may want a transmission shop to correctly center and replace these parts before it ruins the tranny.

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The torque converter is not in all the way....When the trans is in park remove the cover so you can get to the converter while the trans is still in there and see if you can put your fingers behind it. If so remove trans and reposition it. If it was me i would remove trans and double check the input seal and then make sure that converter goes back on all the way....You will have to turn it several times in differant directions for it to go down all the way....

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