1975 ford 351,torque converter installment.if the bell housing pulls up tight,things would be lined up right?

Asked by Jan 19, 2015 at 04:07 AM about the Ford E-150

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Not necessarily, it will line up and even bolt up, the real problem is the torque converter lineup with the transmissions front pump, when you put in the converter, did you actually feel it kinda "clunk" into place? If you didn't then the converter has not seated into the pump and when you bolt it up it breaks the front pump. Hope this helped.

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