You Can Have a Transmission Shop Run A Pressure Test. Good Luck
The dipstick for an automatic transmission on a 2007 Forester turbo is in the engine compartment. It is on the front passenger side of the compartment.
It is located at the front of the transmission, on the pump. You can see it on the pump were the torq converter goes into the transmission. The trans has to be pulled out of the car to do the repair.
remove the transmission and torque converter. Remove the bolts from the pump (front of transmission case) and remove the pump.
$150.- for good working 350 turbo transmission. 402 - 505 - 6002
A Dodge transmission does not have a turbo.
It is all depends if you got a turbo or non-turbo. Non-turbo 1995-1999 have on top side of the transmission right in front of the cooling fans.
The serial number of your 350 Turbo transmission can be found on the transmission. The transmission should have a specification tag. The tag should be on top of the transmission.
Need to check if blow-by valve is working correctly.
if the turbo isn't working its blown. dummy.
in your tranny fluid check tube you will need a funnel
Pull the torque convertor out, they are on the front of the tranny inside the bell housing.
The solenoid pack is on the front of the transmission case below the cooler hoses.
the 400 turbo is made for more pulling that's whats in my 85 gmc 2500 its just a heavy very expensive transmission.
Your and Idiot.
Run the truck and look and listen a hose could be blown off. All good try to run it with the air tube off the front of turbo. ! DANGER ! AND MAKE SHURE THAT NOTHING CAN GET SUCKED IN TO THE TURBO! and you can see the thing running get a OBD II check for bad codes / to little or to much fuel and such. Hope that helps good luck
Please clarify your question and include make, model, year, engine size and transmission. Are you asking about an actuator for the turbo charger? The waste gate on the turbo charger? Or for the heater vent controls?
The turbo 350 transmission came in a 1979 ElCamino.
any small block transmission a 4.3 is a 350 chev with the front 2 cylinders removed so turbo 400, 350, 700r4,4l60,200l4 and more
i need an exploded view of a turbo 400 transmission? there is a site with trans schematics tcsproducts.com
The 2500 Cummins Turbo might have a sticky transmission because the oil viscosity is wrong.
What does the in side of a pontiac 350 turbo transmission look like in side 1972Can you show me
no .. transmissions are reversed..
http://www.cutawaycreations.com/IMAGES/car7/enlarged/image1.jpg check out pictures of a turbo hydraulic 350 trans, cut away.
A turbo transmission is does not involve turbo in the conventional sense at all. A turbo takes exhaust gases straight off the cylinder head via a special exhaust manifold, and uses that air velocity to force air into the intake. This has a cost of having the incoming air to the engine hotter than what is ideal, but there is a trade off with any system. A turbo transmission, such as GM's turbo hydramatic, is merely a name GM assigned to the transmission. GM's Turbo Hydramatic 700R4 transmission was their first with an overdrive gear. This overdrive gear was a higher gear ration than previous transmission's 3rd gear and gave much better gas mileage on the street. So, a turbo transmission does not actually use turbo, it is just a name for a transmission with another gear for highway use. Turbo in this sense is just a name.
You do not take it to the shop. It does not have a dipstick I is considered sealed for life