Today I had to pull the tranny on my '91 Chevy Caprice because it started leaking oil like crazy at the torque converter. I wasn't too mad since a transmission rebuild was way overdue because when it went in lock-up the car shuddered like crazy and the torque converter was making weird noises for over a year now. Ended up replacing the torque converter, lock-up solenoid, some wiring harness and the front pump. Now my Caprice shifts and drives as it should and the difference is really noticeable. No more oil leaks, lock-up is working properly, shudder is gone, the rattling noise from the torque converter is gone, and the car now creeps again when I let go of the brake in D. Next week I'm gonna have to remore my steering wheel and airbag to disassemble my steering column since I got the wonderful GM tilt steering column where screws get loose somwhere and then the steering wheel feels like it's gonna come off while driving. Also the ignition lock cylinder broke yesterday but that's kinda convenient actually since I'll have to remove all of that stuff anyway. Wish me luck.