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Old 02-25-2014, 03:53 PM   #1
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Need transmission help

I have a 2006 gt auto and it was recently leaking tranny fluid from the torque converter. The ford dealership re sealed the torque converter but now I'm getting this scraping noise coming from the transmission almost like there's sand or something in there. What could be my problem? Would anything be damaged from being low on transmission fluid?
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Could have damaged the pump but I would take it back to them. They are notorious for not putting things back together properly. I had my ford dealer put in a new ac unit in my 97 sho and they let all kinds of crap off. I sued them and got my money back and then some.
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Could have damaged the pump but I would take it back to them. They are notorious for not putting things back together properly. I had my ford dealer put in a new ac unit in my 97 sho and they let all kinds of crap off. I sued them and got my money back and then some.

Ya I'm gunna have them check it out again cause I'm very meticulous about my car and I can't stand if there is one problem and sound that shouldn't be there
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The converter may not be seated fully into the transmission. This can cause several issues, including the issue you have mentioned, as well as a potential for further leakage etc. Bring it back.
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