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A tune-up is always a good idea. Is the system running rich or lean? Any applicable trouble codes? Is it back firing out the exhaust? If so, I got two thoughts, either an exhaust system problem or exhaust valves?
I would say the torque converter came out of the trans pump Shake or move the converter until it seats While your in that situation, did you put at least one quart of fluid in the converter? Good idea while you can still drop trans some & pull the converter. I have seen trans burn up on the lift, after a rebuild, for many reasons ,some you don't need to know about.
I have had this before it is best to change the cam and crank sensors as a pair. as a week sensor will affect the other sensor.and give a false code. as these work together. it is best to change both at the same time. i changed the crank on mine after the cam and it sorted it out. crank sensor is located near to the thermostat and under the exhaust manifold. make sure you tuck the wire away from the exhaust manifold . other end of the wire is fitted to the under neath of the injector cover and is cliped in place very easy to replace