Originally Posted by 99 V10
Why won't the shop fix it. How did the fill the trans & converter if it won't start? The crank sensor is in the back of the engine. So it is very possible it has something to do with the trans installation.
The converter was new ans we poured 3 gts of fluid in it before it was re-installed back in the transmission so it would not be dry whn the engine started. The rest of the fluid was put in through the tranny fill tube.
The reason the shop won`t fix it is because they do not have any engine skills at all as far as trouble shooting or repairing trouble codes or the sensors. The shop I used is a very small shop that does mainly labor type stuff that requires very little mechanical experience.
I think I have a snap-on scanner borrowed for tomorrow only so That may help in solving my problem. But thanks for the reply and I`ll check on the back of the block tomorrow for that sensor.
Thanks for your reply.