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Hey,
I am new to the site and was wondering if someone could answer a question for me regarding a 2003 Ranger that I am replacing an automatic transmission in. I bought a used tranny from a junk yard, and it came with the torque converter in it. When I read the manual for seperating the converter from the flywheel it says to mark it. If I take and put the new transmission in with the "new" torque converter do you think I will have any problems with balancing? Or should I be using the original torque converter?

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if there wasn't anything wrong with the orig tourqe converter then i wouldn't use the junk one.
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agreed^
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Thanks, I will do that. No concerns with balancing?
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Shouldn't have any problems balancing....
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