Does a Chevy 305 mount to the same transmission as a 43L?
Yes it will bolt right up to it.
It will be on the back of the transmission where the drive shaft goes in, and bolted to the cross member
a 350 is the same block and has same tranny bolt pattern as a 305.
Yes you sure can. There the same.
Yes, it is the same bolt pattern.
A Chevy 305 is not a transmission it is a motor. If you mean a Chevy turbo 350 then the answer would be 3 different forward speeds and reverse.
Seriously? A 305 Chevy motor does not take "transmission fluid"! The transmission takes transmission fluid, and the motor takes oil. The 305 should hold 5 quarts of oil I believe. As for the transmission, I believe that all depends on what transmission you have. Seriously? A 305 Chevy motor does not take "transmission fluid"! The transmission takes transmission fluid, and the motor takes oil. The 305 should hold 5 quarts of oil I believe. As… Read More
You can if it has the Chevy bolt pattern.
All Chevy V8's and inline 6 use the same bolt pattern and it is different from the bolt pattern used for Buick, Olds, Pontiac and Cadillac. A transmission that fits one Chevy V8 or inline 6 will fit any other V8 or inline 6. Not sure if V6 uses the same pattern.
If the Buick 305 is really a Chevy 305, then the motor mounts will interchange with a Chevy 350.
yes it will I've even bolted a 700R4 on a 85 (305)
yes it will cause they are both Chevy small bock.. i just dropped a 350 in my 84 camaro and used the same transmission nothings different.
with bolts and tighten
An autimatic transmission will have a 4 speed transmission and a manual transmission will have a 5 speed transmission.
Why wont the 350 transmission from a 1979 Chevy truck with a 305 engine fit a 1981 Chevy truck with a 305 engine?
Who said it won't ? It will fit right in there with NO problems
No, different bolt pattern.
The headers for a 350 and 305 are the same.
it is a 700r4
Should be the 700R4
yes. a 4.3 is the same as a small block Chevy for most everything except missing 2 cylinders
yes transmissions interchange yup yes i took the 305 out of my preasaine and put a 350 in and used the same transmission and the 305 no problem, this summer i took a 230 in-line 6-cylinder engine out of a 65 chevelle, and dropped a 400 small-block in, perfect! The transmission bolt pattern is the same between all older chev engines rwd (Pont ,buick , and olds have their very own bolt pattern) The main… Read More
Oldsmobile used to make a 307 V8, but it has nothing in common with a Chevy V8.
No they are not.
yes it fit alot of Chevy engines including all small blocks and big blocks to same bolt pattern
the block & heads are the same you just have to pull the 305 out & put the 350 back in
NO they are not the same.
It has a model 700R4 transmission and a transfer case is bolted on the back to make it into a 4x4 transmission.
Yep! The transmissions are completely interchangeable.
What is the engine in the Caprice? In the Suburban? If they are a 305/350 then they can be interchanged. I have a 1985 Caprice Classic with a 305 and the tranny came out of a 1987 Suburban. It depends on the engine.
That would be the 4L60E automatic transmission. The 3/4 Tons used the 4L80E trans.
If your transmission has a modulator it is on the side of the trans and it has a nipple on it for the vaccum line. I you. Mark
There are 6 bolts that holds the transmission to the engine.
Will a Chevy 305 engine adapt to a three speed transmission in your 77 Chevy truck it use to have a 250 inline six?
Yes it will with no problems.
either a 285 or a 350... the odds are that its not a turbo 400
350 turbo automatic
Turbo Hydra-Matic 200 R4.
Rear?..RIGHT or LEFT..PASSENGER or DRIVER side..No rear motor mount unless you have it in a FWD car..
no on a 350 it is on the driver side and on a 305 it is on the passenger side
as long as it is a chevy bolt pattern th400
Yes it will, Direct bolt up.
Sure will if they are both small blocks. Never change the bell housing bolt pattern. Im asuming your Chevy c10 probably had a straight six, a three fifty, or a 305. It will be same as a 1992 350, 305, or a 4.3l. Just make sure the flywheel is right for the motor, depending if it is internatly balanced or externaly.
same as a 350
NO The bore and stroke is different.
Yes...they are the same bolt pattern.
If it's an automatic, it goes in the dipstick tube. There are special funnels available for this purpose.
NO. Ford doesn't, but Chevy does.
5.0L 305 cid V8/TH700 R4 tranny
Probably, but it will most likely require an adapter plate for the bellhousing.
The trans will work, but you'll need to obtain the correct bell housing.
YES they are the same.