the torque converter on all automatic are inside of the bell housing connecting the engine and transmission
It is possible, but the torque converter, computers are different.It is possible, but the torque converter, computers are different.
The torque converter clutch is inside the torque converter.The torque converter clutch is inside the torque converter.
The torque converter is between the engine and transmission.The torque converter is between the engine and transmission.
nope. you still have the 6 18mm bolts that bolt the flywheel to the crank
You have to remove the transmission to replace the torque converter.You have to remove the transmission to replace the torque converter.
The stator inside the torque converter directs the fluid at an angle to trans. part of the torque converter amplifying the force on the vanes.
Flywheel or torque converter.Flywheel or torque converter.
What is the torque converter ckt performance?
It is inside of and is part of the torque converter.
You replace the torque converter.You replace the torque converter.
with a torque converter drainer and a bilateral smash hammer
A torque converter can cost anywhere from $129 to $249 dollars. A torque converter is what allows the transmission to shift gears.
The Torque Converter uses the same fluid as the transmission. The transmission has a filter. So, in effect...the answer is "Yes" torque converter fluid is filtered. However, the torque converter has no special fluid of its own.
Replace the torque converter.
Torque output of the engine at that speed.
On the torque converter. Do a Google search and read about torque converters.
The torque converter solenoid is inside the transmission on the valve body.The torque converter solenoid is inside the transmission on the valve body.
It is inside the torque converter.
The torque converter is bolted between the engine and transmission.
No , just the automatic transmission has a torque converter
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.
If it is equipped with a automatic transmission, then it has one. If your 4 runner has a clutch, then you do not have a torque converter. As a rule of thumb, only automatic's have a torque converter.