There is a small access panel underneath that you must remove first in order to access the torque converter bolts. The panel is very small so a socket and wrench should be used. Bolts should be 17MM. Good luck!
pull the trans. and ther are 5=6 bolts
On the torque converter. Do a Google search and read about torque converters.
The Torque Converter is part of the transmission, not part of the engine. The torque converter needs to come off with the transmission. You need to remove the starter to access the torque converter bolts/nuts and separate it from the flex plate. Besides loosing all of the fluid in the torque converter, you stand to damage converter seals and/or the pump if the converter isn't properly installed in the transmission.
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Torque converter bolts No. Fly-wheel bolts YES.
Usually with bolts.
No you can't get to them. The converter is in the way.
In the transmission held on by 3 bolts
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Loose converter bolts or a cracked pressure plate.
nope. you still have the 6 18mm bolts that bolt the flywheel to the crank
Most light duty engines have 4 bolts. Heavy duty have 6
Bell housing bolts and the torque converter bolts.
If the torque converter is loose it can do alot of damage to the transmission too. My ex- had to replace the transmission because the bolts were not put in correctly when someone else had changed something out. He had to put in a new transmission and torque converter. If it is running too rough you may have to change it all out. Check the bolts first to make sure everything is tight. If it is then you'll probably need new trany and torque converter.
Remove the flex plate access panel at the bottom of the trans where it meets the engine then remove one bolt and turn the crank to access the next till all are out
You have to pull the stater and grind a space in the adaptor for a socket to clear to the torque convertor bolts.
Under the vehicle, in the rear of the engine there are two bars on each side of the oil pan, remove them and then there is a cover that comes off the bottom of the bellhousing, remove that and you can get to the bolts one at a time.
If the bolts are 3/8-16, the torque would be 50 ft/lbs. If 7/16, 65 ft/lbs.
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After you have removed the cover from the lower half of the torque converter housing and driveplate you can remove the four bolts that secure the torque converter to the driveplate. Remove them one at a time by rotating the engine so that each bolt comes into view at the bottom where you have removed the driveplate cover.
Yes, loose converter bolts sound a lot like a failed rod bearing.
If it bolts up it is installed correctly.
You need to remove the lower transmission inspection cover.
pull engine, unbolt torque converter from flex plate (3 bolts), fill new torque converter with ATF fluid(so it dont start up dry), place new torque converter on to the transmission input shaft, reinstall engine, from underneath now u can spin the engine over by hand to line up the bolt holes and tighten the torque converter to the flexplate.