Hello, I'm Chris.
Was the original flexplate (flywheel) cracked?
Which gear was slipping (engine rpm increasing but vehicle speed not increasing equally)?
Do you have a 4R70/75E transmission or a torqueshift transmission, if you do not know I can help?
Open your drivers door and look at the label in the door jam. on the bottom right of the label, it says TR. Under TR will be a B or Q or T. Just reply once you get a chance to check this?
Is the trans fluid still ruby red with little to no odor?
Thanks for all the information.
You need to check the wiring harness on top of the trans to see if it has been crushed between the engine and transmission. If that is okay then you need to remove the transmission pan and check the fluid and pan magnet for debris and metal shavings. Also check that the filter is firmly attached and it is not double gasketed. If the pan is full of metal then it is time to stop there and overhaul the transmission. If the fluid is nasty dark and has a burnt odor then it is time to stop there and overhaul.
With just the previous repair,I believe they may have not seated the torque converter correct and it has cracked the pump which has reduced the available pressure which is why you are having a hard time getting the van to move. Lower pressures result in burnt up clutches as well.
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You have a 4R70/75E transmission.