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Old 05-18-2006, 10:29 PM   #11
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Uh oh.

Not to be insulting and kinda basic, but have you checked the fluid? changed the filter lately?
I checked and topped off the fluid when I installed a trans cooler about a month ago. The fluid level was fine before I started. There are no leaks. Having been rebuilt about 30k ago, I was just starting to think about doing a fluid/filter change anyway. I guess I can do that, and check for any particles in the pan. :o
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I have my hymnal (FSM) opened to 7A-1...please sing along with "Angels Watching Over My Torque Converter".
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Give it a filter/fluid service and holler back.

Meanwhile..dig out your receipt and see if they replaced the torque converter.
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Give it a filter/fluid service and holler back.

Meanwhile..dig out your receipt and see if they replaced the torque converter.
I might as well do the fluid/filter. Couldn't hurt.

Converter was replaced at the time of rebuild.
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When you dug out that receipt...what'* the warranty?
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I have my hymnal (FSM) opened to 7A-1...please sing along with "Angels Watching Over My Torque Converter".
Sorry to get off topic here, but I just had to say...That'* some funny stuff there, lol.

Let us know what you find during the trans fluid change...
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When you dug out that receipt...what'* the warranty?
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I think the name of the rebuild shop was "September Transmission", because by October I'm sure they had changed names and management.
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Changed the fluid/filter this morning. No change in the noise. The pan had some clutch material in it, but nothing excessive. Time for the car to go to the doctor, I guess.
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