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Old 09-22-2020, 01:26 AM
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Default Built 5r110w reverse issue

Just installed my built 5r110w, which I rebuilt myself with the bd stage 4 kit, billet input, and billet low/reverse hub, and a billet TC.
I filled the tc, and transmission with about 12qt of SP prior to starting it. Fired it up and topped up the fluid, went through the gears and topped it up again to about 18qt totall.
Now my issue is when I put it in reverse, it engages and goes back about 2ft before stopping. It almost feels like its popping into park. If I rev it up a bit it will shudder and sporadically engage a bit but doesn't feel good.
Drive seems to work good although I haven't been able to get out of the garage to drive it properly yet.

Any suggestions, would be appreciated
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Old 09-23-2020, 09:01 AM
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Swapped out solenoids A,E, and D.
No changes, gunna check line pressure today.
I'm hearing a not so good metalic sound from the front of the transmission.
So I'm leaning towards a pump issue, but how do I tell if its the pump or the TC?
The TC is a brand new billet unit.
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This thing makes lots of power maybe more

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S369SXE, studded, ported heads and intake, billet parts, etc, etc
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Old 09-23-2020, 05:07 PM
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I don't see how it could be a TC issue, whether you mean torque converter, transfer case, or turbocharger.

If it is a pump issue the pressures will show it. They do not. But what does the pressure do when the trans loses reverse?
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