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Author Topic:   Turbo350- no fluid in cooler
FirstLight7
Member
posted November 01, 2002 11:14 PM
you should feal 3 clicks on the converter to be sure you are fully in may look and feal like it but sometimes it doesn't seat


FirstLight7
Member
posted November 02, 2002 04:56 AM
when the converter is properly installed, as in all the way in, you should not be able to get your fingers in behind it, down at the bottom where the cutaway is, you should check that..... it is normal then after installation that you will have to draw the converter slightly forward to bolt it to the flexplate.
be careful to not kill the pump gears. ford5


dirtracer7
Member
posted November 02, 2002 09:53 AM
you said you took the pump apart but I didn'thear anything about the drive lugs on gear .5qts in a stock 350 is about half full.I rebuilt a t-350 for a customer about a month later he said it would neutralize going around the corners he had a leak the fluid was low and when he cornered the filter wasn't submerged in fluid.

[This message has been edited by dirtracer7 (edited November 02, 2002).]

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