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Roy, import/domestic specialest
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Transmisson question, working on 1999 ford ranger w/3.0, w/4r44e.

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transmisson question, working on 1999 ford ranger w/3.0, w/4r44e. it doesn't move, zero line pressure, checked bolts in torque converter, there is no noise in transmisson, not low fluid, the filter is good, put new valve body and separator plate on it 2 years ago
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Transmissions
Expert:  Roy replied 2 years ago.
good afternoon my name is ***** ***** I will assist it sounds like either the torque converter has failed internally, front pump has failed or one of the shafts going to the torque converter has stripped teeth. it sounds like it will have to come out and have the torque converter tested and remove the front pump to inspect Roy
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
if your sure it can't be anything else, we will the transmisson.
Expert:  Roy replied 2 years ago.
for no pump pressure. they are the 2 main items that control main line pressure. Roy