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When using an automatic transmission, it's the torque converter's job to transmit and multiply the engine torque, and deliver it to the transmission. If you cut open a race torque converter, inside you will find: the turbine, stator with sprag, and impeller pump. The converter's turbine is attached to the drivetrain via the input shaft of the transmission. When the turbine moves, the car moves.Depend's on what model the car it was you took the motor and tranny out of !!! (More Info)
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