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Does a torque converter for a 1989 ford bronco trwo have antyhing to do with a fly wheel

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The torque converter bolts to the flex plate at the rear of the engine. It supplies the link between the engine to the transmission.

It's known as a "Flex Plate" and not a "Fly Wheel". The flywheel is use on a standard transmission.

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