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Old 10-10-2015, 06:47 PM
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Yeah sounds like torque converter locking up. Hack the rearend up and put it on jack stands with tires off the ground. Put the truck in gear. See if it stays running. If it does, hit the brakes so the tires stop. If the tires stop and the truck dies. Your torque converter is no longer working. Need to pull the trans and get a new converter and install it. If that is what is wrong, nothing wrong with the motor. It's the transmission causing it.
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