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Old 08-30-2010, 02:24 PM   #1
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well i just cant win can i out of the goodness of my heart i took my brother to cash his check and i decided its only 6 miles one way so 12 total even with no tcc bolts in the bonne itll be fine yeah right i have no idea what happend but all of the sudden i heard a noise ive never heard in my damn life and it quit moving so now its sitting in the driveway with a shot trans i think again so im done its back for sale for the price if 600 bucks
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Umm... Torque Converter bolts are an integral part of the drivetrain. It attaches the TC to the Flexplate, which basically connects the engine and transmission.
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i know that and im an idiot for driving it
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I don't even think I would have driven that more than 6 blocks. Guess I live in a small city. Only 6 miles is across town.
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I've had TC bolts back out on me before. They did some good damage to the flywheel. I was able to tap the TC and reinstall the bolts. I used threadlock the second time around though.

Don't sell the car. Just spend 30 minutes fixing it.
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yeah i plan to fix it but in the meantime im buying a 1994 lesabre to drive so i can do all my stuff to the 94 se and park the ssei till i can fix it
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