Automatic Transmission Remanufactured Torque Converter
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Pro-King Automatic Transmission Remanufactured Torque Converter

Part No. CR63 Warranty Details  

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Remanufactured using industry-leading techniques to assure enhanced torque performance and extended life. Each unit is harmonically balanced and leak tested with any inherent OE weaknesses corrected. Pro-King torque converters are subject to random ISO 9001 quality tests before leaving the factory.
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Bolt Circle Size:10 in
Diameter:11 in
Fluid Balanced:Yes
Hardware Included:No
Hub Type:Slotted
ID Codes:878, 879, 957, 875, 514, Ink-131
Lock Up Converter:Yes
Mounting Type:4 Pads
Pilot Diameter:1.81 in
Ring Gear Teeth Count:131
Spline Quantity:23
Spragless:No

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5.0

Great stock replacement

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  • Durable
  • Easy To Install
  • Lightweight

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    Best Uses

    • Everyday Driving
    • Performance Driving
    • Replacement
    • Restoration

    Comments about Pro-King Automatic Transmission Remanufactured Torque Converter:

    Everything was great I got it quickly, the unit was in great condition and everything was perfect. Used in a 1995 dodge b2500 van 5.2l

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    Torque Converter by Pro-King

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    from washington state

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        • Everyday Driving
        • Replacement

        Comments about Pro-King Automatic Transmission Remanufactured Torque Converter:

        replacement for my Grand Cherokee

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        • Q:

          What is the stall rating on this converter as it is listed as High stall. Can you give me a rpm or K rating?
          Asked on 1/14/2014 by cudakid

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            A:

            Hi cudakid! Good question. It has a stall speed between 2300-2600.

            Answered on 1/16/2014 by Morgan from AAP
        • Q:

          how do I identify my trans type
          Asked on 3/16/2013 by Alex from wallingford Ct

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            A:

            With reference to your inquiry on the Pro-King Automatic Transmission Torque Converter -part# CR63, look in your owner's manual in the "Specifications" section. The transmission model may be listed there. Locate the vehicle identification number of your vehicle if the information was not in the owner's manual. You can find this information on your vehicle registration, on the data tag on the driver's door or door post, and on the ID tag on the driver's side of the dash. This tag is visible when you look through the windshield at the lower-left corner of the dash. Call the local dealer for your make of car. Ask for the parts department, give the clerk the vehicle identification number, or VIN, of your vehicle and ask him or her what transmission is in your vehicle. Armed with your VIN, he or she will be able to give you the exact model of your transmission. For any further assistance, please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

            Answered on 3/18/2013 by Vincent from AAP
        • Q:

          Hello,

          Thanks for the reply to my question about torque converter to flex plate torque specs. I am upset. I followed your instructions, "advising 35 ft.lbs. but I was also to double check with the local advance auto store people to verify this torque converter for my van". Three of your guys advised 55 ft.lbs. was the torque spec. WOW ! Now the bolt is stripped and maybe the torque converter hole is stripped also. The correct torque spec is 22.5 ! Good news is I only did one hole. Due to this incorrect advise by your guys this is a big problem. The bolt is 100% stripped. I can send pictures. Unknown if the torque converter hole is also stripped.
          Can I get a new bolt and use some blue or red locktite to fix this or must I remove the torque converter which is installed already (four days of terrible work) ???Or is there another remedy you can offer ?
          Please help.And also your local store guys need to be advised on their incorrect advice.Thank you in "advance" for your help. Regards
          Asked on 10/3/2012 by dan from williamsport,pa

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            A:

            We apologize for the inconvenience caused. Please provide more information on the year, make, model and engine size of your vehicle. We will forward this information to the appropriate department for further assistance. In the meantime, if you need any further help please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 and one of our representatives will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

            Answered on 10/4/2012 by Vincent from AAP
        • Q:

          What is the Foot pound torque spec for the 4 bolts to flexplate to torque converter ?
          Asked on 10/3/2012 by dan from williamsport, pa

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            A:

            The torque specifications for the four bolts on this Pro-King Automatic Transmission Torque Converter - part# CR63 that bolts to fly wheel should be 35 ft/lbs approximately. However, this torque converter is vehicle specific. I would suggest you to refer your vehicle owner's manual for the exact torque specifications in order to avoid intermittence. For any further assistance, you may also visit your nearest Advance Auto store or call us directly at 1-877-ADVANCE (238-2623) and one of our representatives there would be more than happy to assist you.

            Answered on 10/3/2012 by Vincent from AAP
        • Q:

          what is the difference between a lock up and a non lock converter
          Asked on 4/29/2012 by phill from st louis mo.

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            Production of lockup transmissions started in the late 1970s as a response to fuel economy concerns. The purpose of the lockup design was to temporarily eliminate the normal slippage that occurs with non-lockup transmissions in order to increase gas mileage. Lockup occurs in the torque converter. However, lockup is controlled by the lockup valve, which receives a hydraulic signal from the governor at a predetermined speed. In non-lockup mode, the torque converter has a pump that transmits and multiplies power by pumping oil against an internal turbine which is in turn attached to the transmission input shaft. There is also a fixed stator between the pump and the turbine which redirects the oil returning from the turbine to prevent it from hitting the pump. For a simple idea of a torque converter in non-lockup mode, imagine two fans, with the first one blowing against another one which is off. The blades on the second fan will also turn, but not as fast as those of the first fan because energy is lost. In lockup mode, there is a clutch that engages between the turbine and the pump to physically connect the two components.

            Answered on 4/30/2012 by Vincent from AAP
        • Q:

          is this torque converter for a 727 transmission
          Asked on 5/7/2011 by moparpifer from tunnelton,wv

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            A:

            For further assistance, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle in question.

            Answered on 6/10/2011 by Just Ask Jacob! from AAP
        • Q:

          is this torque for a 727
          Asked on 5/7/2011 by Anonymous

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            For further assistance, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle in question.

            Answered on 6/10/2011 by Just Ask Jacob! from AAP
        • Q:

          There are numbers stamped on the old converter---78AK3 Are they important for the part?
          Asked on 7/5/2010 by Anonymous from Fountain Inn SC

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            That is a manufacturer number.

            Answered on 7/8/2010 by Kevin from AAP
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