the crank will not spin for some damn reason, all bolts are in nice and tite, starter is in, engine mounts are in, tranny i sdropped, but she will not want to spin, w/ a 24" breaker bar, and an 18MM Impact socket, the bolts keeps tightening +++, and I then losened up to prevent the bolt from breaker insde of the crank, any ideas guys?, what will cause a flexplate, and TQ to not spin, when trying to spin the main crank?, (new motor just put in, she was spinning freely before she went in, Hmmmm),
Torque converter was probably not engaged in the transmission pump properly. If you cannot spin the torque converter by itself, engine mated with trans, then this is the case. You will have to take engine and trans back apart and seat the converter properly. Make sure you check it and the pump for damage/bent ears etc.
possibly a frozen or misaligned starter. is the tranny connected to the motor or no? from your post it sounds like it isn't but i wasn't sure. also check the 4 bolts that hold the torque convertor to the flexplate. If the trans is connected i'd make sure that you have the transmission properly inserted into the torque converter. i had that problem when i reconnected my trans. the last set of splines on the input shaft didn't line up inside the torque converter and the trans bolted up, but not easily, and the crank wouldn't turn
what about the broken ear guys?, Is this absolutley Neccessary to have to line everything up?, since mine is broken?, or will I be alrite?.
Although it is not good in any way to have a broken ear, I cant see how it will affect alignment that much because the other 5 bolts and dowel pin. They should make up for it. You should be ok with one dowel gone.
As far as your converter:
You will have to take a look at the converter once you get it apart. If you could post some pics of the end that goes into the trans that would be help. You would be looking for bent tabs, burrs, bent flywheel, dents or other damage. I would replace the trans pump seal too, and while thats out take a look at the pump tabs in the trans to make sure there is no damage there.
You'll have to pull the seal and see which one you have.
By tabs, I mean the slots on the back of the torque converter which drive the pump. You will see them at the end of the tube that sticks out of the converter when you pull it back apart. There are square tabs in the front pump that these slots fit over. Check those and make sure they arent bent or damaged.