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Replacing 2008 Ford Ranger Motor-took motor out, need to put torque converter back on transmission but it will not fit properly on. What can I do to get it to fit?

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It should if you turn it while pushing it on by it's self and nothing else attached. Be careful as not to break the "tangs" . You can also do this which is more reconmended.

Go to online site of autozone, oreillys...etc and you may have to register but they have free online step by step manuals.

Posted on Nov 05, 2010

  • hibbardfamil Nov 05, 2010

    thanks for the advice. What is the tangs?

  • Frank Gilbert
    Frank Gilbert Nov 05, 2010

    Tangs are inside of front seal of tranny that engages the forked parts of the torque converter. They fit together so it pumps.

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