The typical backyard mechanic cannot do this, unless he adjusts bands for a living. You will need different size pins to mave the bands in or out. Special parts, special order only.
Turbo 350 does not have bands while the turbo 400 does. Adjustment is on the left (I believe) side and is done in inch pounds not sure of the specs.
Since when did the 350 transmission not have a band? Last time I was in one there was a band. I have found if these are slipping in either the th350 or th400 you may as well pull it down and do a rebuild before you tear something else out. In a th350 usually the center support is the main culprit Yes all adjustments are in inch pounds. If you need to know more contact me
None, TH stands for turbo-hydromatic, hence th350 or 350 turbo.
Probably a turbo 350 trans. This is a three speed trans. The way for you to check is to look at the trans pan. look up a picture of a turbo 350 trans and compare it to your trans pan.
Yes, there are 350 turbo transmissions that will bolt up to a 4x4.
The yoke on the driveshaft of a gm turbo 350 trans has a small vent hole in it. If the trans is over filled to the point fluid comes out of it you will do serious damage to the trans if you try to drive the vehicle.
NO it will not. Not even close.
You would need a ring gear for an automatic.
350 turbo automatic
One and the same. The GM name for that trans is turbohydramatic.
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The linkages on a 350 Turbo transmission is adjusted by lessening the connector and moving it in either direction. This controls the point at which the vehicle shifts when the lever is moved.
http://www.cutawaycreations.com/IMAGES/car7/enlarged/image1.jpg check out pictures of a turbo hydraulic 350 trans, cut away.
The 400 turbo pan is squire and the 350 turbo pan has 3 squire corners with 1 corner cut in a angle
If the transmission pan is square in shape then it is a 400 Turbo. If the pan has 1 corner that is in an angle and not square then it will be the 350 turbo.
no! Due to the electrical system on the 4l60e trans on the 94z.
on thepass side of the transmission pan.it has a hose connected to it.
No. blocks are not the same.
Yes. It should bolt right in.
any Buick, olds or Pontiac turbo 350, turbo 400 or any overdrive tranny should bolt up to your engine.
yes it is a 350 turbo trans is always just that a turbo 350, almost all Chevy parts are interchangeable, it is the same transmission and chances are they both have the same engine most v8 gm be it car or truck use similar drive train unless its 4x4 than it wont work in a car
depends there are a few options but mainly 305 some 350 and alot of v6 2.8 The only V6s in a Trans Am, ever was the Turbo in a 90
Probably about 2.73-1.
1st- 2.52:1 2nd- 1.52:1 3rd-1:1
Is there park and nurtural?