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Old October 28th, 2012, 03:53 PM
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J pretty much got this one, but the torque converter holds a LOT more than a quart. I'd have a gallon or 2 on hand to fill it back up. Start it, run it for a few seconds, then check the tranny fluid, it'll be low. Fill it back up, then hold the brake and shit through all the gears, (1-2-D-(D)-N-R-P) then put it in neutral and check the fluid. Repeat until it stays at the lower side of the full mark. Then drive her around the block a few times (squealing like a happy school girl at your success because you can drive your truck again) to actually warm the tranny up, then check the fluid again. What transmission do you have in there?
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Oh yea you can, you just have to flush afterwards, lol.


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How do I find out what kind of tranny I have?
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In my signature there is a link to door tag codes, there should also be a picture in that thread showing you the different pan patterns determining the transmission


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Should be an E40D. You should have a push button OD switch. Since you were asking about a torque converter I know you have an automatic, and in 1993 99% of automatics were E40Ds. There is a SLIGHT possibility that you have an AOD, but you won't have an Overdrive switch then. Also, if you have an AOD the gear indicator will be PRN(D)D1 and an E40D is PRN(D)21.


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I vote for E4OD


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