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Torque Converter

£150.00

Product Information

 
We identify the type of torque converter required by the ZF number on the Automatic gearbox to which it is fitted.
 
Please use the video below to find the serial number on your gearbox.
 
Video to show where to find the ZF 4HP22 Serial Number
 
 
Last 3 digits of ZF/Jacto Number Torque Converter Required
593/699/740/741
T007
728/763/768/769 T012
727/757/759/764/767 T015
061/064 T002
065
T015
744/748
T014
747
T015
766/773
T013
Jacto TD4 PR006/PR016
T004
Jatco V6 PR005
T005
 
 
In addition to the sales price you will be charged a core charge of £200. This amount will be refunded to you if and when you return your exchange unit.
 

Note for TD5 only : Please note that when we receive your exchange unit, if the steel plate that is welded onto the torque convertor is cracked it will be necessary for us to charge a £125 surcharge. This can only be identified once the unit has been removed from the vehicle.

 
All exchange units should be like for like,
 
 
 
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Product Code: T00?

Technical Information / FAQ's » (Click to Expand Collapse)

It is very important that you locate and install your torque converter correctly. One of the most common causes of failure is the torque converter not being located correctly onto the pump before fitting causing the pump to be broken on start up.

To avoid this we would suggest that you stand the autobox upright and lower the torque converter into the bellhousing.

When the torque converter has fully located onto the pump it is essential to then measure the distance from the bellhousing front face to the torque converter feet ( also known as the flange that the flexplate is bolted to).

Once the torque converter is inserted and checked make sure it does not fall forward when offering the autobox up to the engine. Do not be tempted to pull the gearbox into position with the bellhousing bolts, it should fully locate on the engine with no gap between the bellhousing and engine block.

With the autobox fitted to the engine, check that the converter will rotate freely and has a small amount (about 2mm) of end float. Bolt the converter to the flex plate using loctite or similar on the thread of the bolts.

Ensure the breather vents well away from the exhaust.

Torque Converter Distance measurements (from the bellhousing face to the torque converter feet)

The box code is the last 3 digits of the second number down on the name plate on the left hand side of the autobox.

Box Code Depth in mm

061 - 22mm

064 - 22mm

065 - 27mm

332 - 51mm

593 - 51mm

699 - 51mm

631 - 51mm

727 - 27mm

728 - 83mm

740 - 51mm

741 - 51mm

742 - 51mm

744 - 18mm

773 - 96mm

769 - 83mm

768 - 83mm

767 - 27mm

766 - 96mm

765 - 27mm

764 - 27mm

763 - 83mm

759 - 27mm

757 - 27mm

748 - 18mm

747 - 27mm

Please call if you have any other queries.

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