Question about 1989 Ford Bronco II
Posted by Anonymous on
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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