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Chevrolet automatic transmission turbo 350

Transmission oil was just changed, I drove around the block and the car stopped even with the motor still running. The tranmission oil aeriates and eventually the car stops moving what causes this, the torque converter?Product is a 1977 corvette which does not exist below

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Was this a preexisting problem if not verify that the trani fluid type was correct. It should have been dexron or Dexron 2 fluid(not mercon products) check the fluid level over filling can be just as bad as underfilling)

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