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What causes the torque converter not to cut in on a 2005 GMC 2500 sierra, causing the transmission to heat up? This happens when pulling.

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The torque converter isnt locking up, if it doesnt lock then it just spins causing the transmission to slip and heat to build. it sounds like you may be looking at a rebuild soon. i suggest going with suncoast transmissions, its what i have in my pulling truck.

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