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4l60E, and while I am swapping out the torque converter to a Yank, I thought it would be good insurance to remove and replace the front seal. I got the old one out and the new one in, which was an adventure, but I'm wondering if the converter shaft goes in dry (he he..) or lubed.

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Also, my car has the front seal retainer. The torque converter actually hits the retainer when pushed all the way in. Am I correct in assuming that this is acceptable since the converter is pulled back a bit to mate with the flywheel?

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Always lube the front pump seal when installing it.
 
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