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Transmission torque converter



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Unless your experiencing a shudder at highway cruising speeds, a chuggle or lack of power, failure to downshift when going up hill, you have nothing to worry about, Colorados built after March 2019 all have the new ATF fluid that should prevent the shudder issue. Case and point, dont look for something that's not there if it's running great just enjoy it....Many times people read things that make them second guess themselves and almost manufacture problems in their mind and run to the dealer crying about something cause they think their getting bamboozled.....not to say a vehicle cant have an issue but your question leads me to believe your either in the process of wanting to buy or you already own and you want to know if your torque converter is possibly faulty?

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