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Tranny problems I changed out my transmission and now that I have it back in it won't transfer the motor power through the gears. It will shift the gears but they won't engage. What do I need to do? It is full of fluid and everything is hooked up just like it was when I took out the old transmission.

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May be a bad torque converter. You did bolt it to the flywheel didn't you?

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