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Just put new rebuilt aoutomatic transmisoin in a 1996 dodge halfton now when you start it it makes a grinding noise it sounds like it is coming from the tourqe converter and the converter is not rubbing on anything

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Your problem sounds like it may be one of two problems, the first thing that comes to mind is a defective rebuilt transmission, which is remedied by taking it back to its rebuilder while it still is warranteed, may be a bad pump but leave that to the pros to determine.
Second thing that comes to mind is the lock up torque converter, no matter what that whole assembly has to be taken down for either of the above conditions to be properly repaired and inspected.

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