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I have a 2005 chrysler 300 i replaced the transmission now am hearing a noise underneath sounds like the flywheel

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Sounds like you didn't get the torque convertor all the way back into the transmissions gears. Was the flex plate (flywheel) tight against the torque convertor when you bolted it up ? There should have a been a space between the convertor and the flex plate. I made that mistake once and ruined a nearly new transmission.

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