bad torque converter .
I'd say "not likely". While it's possible that a torque converter is out of balance enough to cause a vibration, in general that's not the case unless it has been hit or damaged in some other way. It might be better to talk to someone who knows what he is talking about.
A bad torque converter can cause slipping gears. The fuel mileage will suffer as well, and the engine will rev higher.
No, it will not cause the engine to knock.
Torque converter lock-up solenoid is bad. Common problem with 1988 Beretta.
torque converter can cause this. you will have bucking and stalling. another thing it can be ( I know this to be true as it happened to me) is the cat converter.
Loose converter bolts or a cracked pressure plate.
loose or missing torque converter bolt to the flywheel
Either the solenoid pack or most likely the torque converter itself.
TORQUE CONVERTER IS A LIKELY CAUSE
It could, yes.
big job you have to remove trans or at least back it out enough to remove torque converter cause its behind it
Pump will fill the converter when started however running the pump dry may cause damage to the pump
It will cause both vibration and a knocking noise The vibration may feel like it is at the rear of of the SUV but be careful to have the drive shaft checked.
Torque converter going out. Try adding some GM Limited Slip Additive to your transmission, about $9 for a small bottle at the Chevy shop.
On some cars it could, depends on code.
yes it will especially when the torque converter is going into lockup
Vibration does not cause sound, vibration IS sound. Sound is merely how our brains interpret the vibration that comes into our ears.
Plugged fuel, air filter, or catalytic converter can cause that.
Need to look at the throttle plate and see if it's dirty, if so clean both sides until it's shiney and clean. There's a chance the torque converter is not unlocking. But that is rare.
Bad torque converter? Bad Power steering pump or low fluid?
are u sure its from the engine and not the tranny or front end? if from engine a motor mount or a bearing rubbing tranny may be slipping and catching or the torque converter, also front end may be worn if 4wd such as driveshafts and stuff or alignment
yes, A vibration with a frequency high enough to cause itching
Does this happen when you come to a complete stop or while you are coming to a stop? Is this Truck Automatic or Standard? Brake booster could be something, Torque Converter Clutch Valve not disengaging(Automatic).