Question about 1989 Mazda MPV
Rotate the converter while putting it onto the stator/input shaft of the transmission. Make sure it goes on all the way. Note the converter hub - it will either have a couple of notches cut into the end of the hub or a couple of flats, either case - these engage the pump gear. If not fully engaged then you WILL break the pump when bolting up the transmission. Once it is in place, install the transmission, but as you install it, make sure the converter rotates freely and does not slide out of engagement with the pump (if the trans is tilted forward). When the transmission is completely bolted up you can then slide the converter forward slightly against the flexplate to bolt up (or converter studs through flexplate holes for nuts). Pay careful attention to what you're doing and you'll be OK - if not then be prepared to replace a broken pump!
Posted on May 31, 2010
My flexi plate bolts has loosen. How can I tighten them without taking out the engine
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