I'm going to go with it wasn't the coverters fault. But an istallation error. When putting in a converter you need to check the verter to flywheel spacing. If the space is to much you will end up pulling the verter out of the pump and then you will get what you have here. A failed pump.I don't know, it seems kind of weird. He says something is wrong with the converter, not installation. The converter is a Yank 3000. Pump failed about 700 miles after rebuilt transmission. Transmission is under warranty, but he says the converter needs replacing. I don't want to pay for a new converter if the pump failed due to his work.
The verter can be sent back to Dave and cut and cleaned.If the converter is not seated fully, can it be reused when the transmission is replaced?
Yes, it is necessary after a trans failure. I don't know the price, maybe $100?.Is having the converter cut and cleaned necessary? I bought this car used recently, and the converter was already in it. (Don't have the spec sheet) How much does Yank usually charge for this?