Thoughts on new torque Converter

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So I got my new torque converter installed in my 2011 sport. The truck has 2800 km on it. If any of you are on the fence about getting it done because you don't want your truck taken apart here are my thoughts. I stood and watched the tech the whole time my truck was in the shop--I am VERY fussy about my stuff. It was a very painless experience. About four hours. The only part that did not go smoothly was re-installing the trans because there is a bracket on the drivers side that goes to the diff and the motor mount that is really in the way when re installing the trans. I little wiggling and a little prying with a large pry bar and in it went. Other than that it is just nuts and bolts and very simple.

The new converter is wicked quite and causes way less vibration. My truck has not been that smooth and quite since I got it.

So in short

Yes the juice is worth the squeeze
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My TC was replaced in a NH dealership during Christmas (middle of my vacation with family), but not positive results.
Local dealer in Texas did not know how to fix since TC was replaced with no positive results.
Chrysler start a Lemon on it last week, but they stop it, I need to try to fix it one more time, need more entries to confirm the lemon.
Truck going to a different dealer tomorrow.
A month with my truck down, can't drive it, drone gets louder and louder, even the passenger can fell the rattling.

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