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

Part No. FM69L 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:11.44 in
Diameter:12.75 in
Fluid Balanced:Yes
Hardware Included:No
Hub Type:Milled Flats
ID Codes:71A
Lock Up Converter:Yes
Mounting Type:4 Studs
Pilot Diameter:1.375 in
Spline Quantity:31
Spragless:No

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Pro-KingAutomatic Transmission Remanufactured Torque Converter
 
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5.0

great part at a great price

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    Comments about Pro-King Automatic Transmission Remanufactured Torque Converter:

    its a wonderful product at a great price

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Good F-150 4.2L OEM Replacement

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        Comments about Pro-King Automatic Transmission Remanufactured Torque Converter:

        I bought this FM69L TC before taking my old one out of my 2001 F-150 4.2L. I've done extensive research to find the correct TC so I purchased this one as every website I looked at said the Code 71A was factory. After pulling the tranny the old TC had diagonal ribs meaning it was a higher stall TC in a stock 4.2L 4R70W tranny. Maybe it was changed before. Anyways the straight ribbed 71A works perfect and shifts smooth. The cost beats anyone and I'm happy it has a drain plug on it so you can do your own flushes. If you have the 4.2L/4R70W F150 this is the one you want unless you built your motor up. Would buy again! Pour 1 qt of Mercon V inside the TC prior to installing. Don't forget the 3rd click to seat the TC inside the pump. Replace your rear main and pump seal while you have it apart. From dry it took 13.5 qts Mercon V and I blew my cooler lines out and used a rebuilt tranny. The book says 13.9 qts. Maybe the .4 qts was presoaking the friction discs.

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        4.0

        good product

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        from atl ga

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        • Provides Smooth Shifting

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        • Heavy

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        Comments about Pro-King Automatic Transmission Remanufactured Torque Converter:

        Worked very well for a stock type application

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        • Q:

          Will this fit a 2001 mustang gt with 4r70w
          Asked on 6/1/2017 by Steven from Tx

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            A:

            Yes, Steven! This Pro-King Automatic Transmission Remanufactured Torque Converter (Part No. FM69L) is an exact fit for your 2001 Ford Mustang GT (4R70W Transmission).

            Answered on 6/2/2017 by Solomon from AAP
        • Q:

          Hello, , I am looking for a torque converter for my 2004 Crown Victoria LX Sport.
          I bought a used trans with a hi stall converter that i do not like at all.
          Ford shows 4 different trans for the Crown Victoria's so how do I know if this torque converter is correct for my LX Sport.
          Thanks in advance for your time.
          Bob
          Asked on 5/15/2017 by Bob S from Harrisburg PA

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            A:

            Hi Bob S! ThisPro-King Automatic Transmission Remanufactured Torque Converter (Part No. FM69L) is an exact fit for your 2004 Ford Crown Victoria LX Sport (Transmission : 4R70W) automatic transmission.

            Answered on 5/17/2017 by Solomon from AAP
        • Q:

          Will this fit a 1980 AOD transmission?
          Asked on 5/9/2017 by Chris from Vancleave ms

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            A:

            Hi Chris! Please provide your vehicle's make, model and engine size so I can assist you further.

            Answered on 5/10/2017 by Solomon from AAP
        • Q:

          I have a 2007 E-350 with a 5.4L , the transmission is a 4R75E . What is the proper torque converter for this setup? Thanks, R
          Asked on 4/21/2017 by RICKY from Georgia

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            A:

            Hi RICKY! Unfortunately, we do not offer the exact fit torque converter for a 2007 Ford E-350 5.4L with 4R75E Transmission. However, I'd recommend checking with your local store for availability.

            Answered on 4/23/2017 by Solomon from AAP
        • Q:

          What is the actual stall speed/RPM?
          Asked on 5/29/2016 by Nick

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            A:

            Good question, Nick! This Pro-King Automatic Transmission Remanufactured Torque Converter (Part No. FM69L) is rated at lowest stall (K = 110; 1700 RPM).

            Answered on 5/30/2016 by Steve from AAP
        • Q:

          I'd like to know what the difference between low and high stall is, and what would be the best option for my 95 v6 mustang.
          Asked on 5/9/2016 by Chance from Abbeville, SC

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            I'm glad to assist, Chance! The "stall" means when the torque converter "locks-up" under a load. The difference is the RPM at which the transmission will engage. A high stall will engage at a higher RPM. This will give you more abrupt acceleration. If your engine "comes alive" at say, 3,500 RPM, then you want a stall converter with about 3,500 of stall to it.

            Answered on 5/12/2016 by Solomon from AAP
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          I'd like to know what the difference between low and high stall is, and what would be the best option for my 95 v6 mustang.
          Asked on 5/9/2016 by Chance from Abbeville, SC

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            I'm glad to assist, Chance! The "stall" means when the torque converter "locks-up" under a load. The difference is the RPM at which the transmission will engage. A high stall will engage at a higher RPM. This will give you more abrupt acceleration. If your engine "comes alive" at say, 3,500 RPM, then you want a stall converter with about 3,500 of stall to it.

            Answered on 5/12/2016 by Solomon from AAP
        • Q:

          Will this unit fit a 1998 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4x4 with a 5.4l engine and overdrive transmission? What other parts should be changed with the converter?
          Asked on 8/26/2014 by David

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            I'm glad to assist, David! This Pro-King Automatic Transmission Remanufactured Torque Converter (Part No. FM69L) is designed to fit the 4R70W transmission that was mated to the 4.6L V8 in a 1998 Ford Expedition. Since your Expedition has the 5.4L V8, the engine was mated to a 4R100 or E4OD transmission.

            The correct torque converter for your vehicle is Pro-King Part No. FM64HD for E4OD or Dacco Part No. HD3686-6-2 for the 4R100. You will most likely need to replace your torque converter seal (National Part No. 3404) and, since you're already working on the transmission, a new filter and pan gasket (Fram Part No. FT1130A).

            You will probably also need to replace some transmission fluid as well. Your vehicle would have used Mercon ATF originally. Ford now indicates Mercon V specifications for your vehicle (Advance Auto Parts Part No. A102). I also recommend a repair manual for your vehicle for more detailed installation procedures and any other possible parts needed (Part No. 36059).

            Answered on 9/1/2014 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
        • Q:

          what stall is this rated ?
          Asked on 6/25/2014 by riff from Dover,PA

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            A:

            Hi Riff, good question! It was rated at lowest stall (K = 110; 1700 RPM).

            Answered on 6/26/2014 by Vincent from AAP
        • Q:

          Your site says that this converter is compatible with both 1998 F150 4.6L and 5.4L engines. From sites I have looked at the 4.6L and 5.4L have different torque ratios and need different torque converters. Does this converter really fit both or do they come with different torque ratios based upon the 4.6 or 5.4?
          Asked on 4/30/2014 by Mark

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            Hi Mark, glad to assist! It's for a low stall fits man application and engines, with transmission AODE OR 4R70W. To get the correct part please get the code stamped on the original torque.

            Answered on 4/30/2014 by Vincent from AAP
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