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Put torque converter in tranny and wont turn ? is the tanny bad or is the torque converter bad.

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Make sure you hear two tumps or steps and you cant put your fingers betwen converter and trans case. if all of this is Ok, then your oil pump is locked or broken, you wiil need a rebuilder to fix ro replace it.

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