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Recently i changed my motor, Completed the process. Unfortunately, when i start the vehicle and turn into gear "Reverse" "Drive" "2" "1" it stalls instantaneously. Just replaced motor and transmission fluid/filters brand new, New TPS sensore, Shifter automatic cable used but replaced. Also on the top right of my starter which is located right where the trans/engine meet i have some connector that massively sprays motor oil "Seal missing i'm guessing. Need some guidance and thoughts of what could be the reason for this issue thanks, I did get it to go in reverse for a moment actually backing it up into my driveway but then shut off. "Good battery connection to everything" Ruled out.. Thanks


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so if you start the engine and do not put it in gear it will run fine and you can rev the engine up and everything as long as you don't put it in gear?


   
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Correct, Started working in gear now as long as i do not slow down or come to a complete stop and when i change from park to reverse or drive i have to do it fast and give some gas for it to work.


   
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you should check your torque converter lock up.


   
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therefor i should remove the transmission and fill the torque manually with t-fluid?


   
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no! the torque converter lock up is a switch for the converter. you should check with a tranny shop to have it checked.


   
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Ahh i see, Thx for the info ill take a look into that. also the oil leakage i have that's coming through the connector i believe is the automatic oil pressure switch, Anything i should worry about or just get the seal for it? or can i pack some panel bond around the leakage?


   
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if your oil pressure switch is leaking just get a new one. they just screw in and plug the harness connector to it. if that is what's is leaking.


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