How does a torque converter work??

Asked by Apr 17, 2009 at 06:34 AM

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we were just discussing this at work. from what i understand you got 2 fans in case and its filled with oil or so type of fluid and its spins moving the fluid causing the other fan to move. im not positive but thats what i got out of our conversation at work there probably more to it I'm sure but that's all i got.

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