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Installed a rebuilt 700r4 that I bought in my 68 camaro.

(1990 Chevrolet Camaro)
in Great Valley, NY on December 26, 2014
Started engine had no tranny fluid flowing pressure. Thought maybe I didn't seat torque converter so I pulled tranny out and made sure it was seated. Think maybe I didn't have it right the first time. Still no pressure. Could I have damage it? If I take it to a tranny shop what should I tell them.
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on December 27, 2014
Enough fluid in it now?? Did you put in gear to see if it would engage??.. Right torque converter in trans??.. 'ANY' problem turning converter to install the flywheel bolts after bolting trans up to engine?? Got any noise?? .. Now, how are you going to get this 'computer' controlled transmission to perform 'properly'.. has it been retro fit for your older Camaro???
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on December 27, 2014
Lots of fluid. New tranny lines. I blew them out, no restrictions. New tranny cooler, disconnected lines with engine running. Still no flow.
Right torque converter. It was stamped on it. No problem installing it. Free spinned and gap to flex plate was 1/8". Tranny does nothing. But it is stuck in a forward gear as I can only push the car forward. It locks up when I try to push it backwards, no matter what gear position or neutral.
on December 27, 2014
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