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How do you align a new torque converter on a 1993 Corolla to the drive plate?

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2014-10-07 02:15:46
2014-10-07 02:15:46

It is easier to do if you install the torque convertor to the transmission and then attempt to bolt it to the flywheel. You will have to turn the convertor or flywheel to line up the bolt holes.

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You probably have a bad torque converter, every time you engage a moving gear, your torque converter is supposed to "free spin" the transmission when the engine is at idle. It doens't sound like it is doing its job.

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Could be a problem with your torque converter

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Inbetween the engine and transmission, located in the bell housing. To access it, you will need to drop the drive shaft and pull the transmission out. The torque converter will come out with the transmission.

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