The back up lights are switched on the stering column. There is a two piece linkage that is attached to the shifter linkage on the transmission and then that goes up to the sterring column by the firewall in the engine compartment. It connects by the brake vacuum boost unit. Many times this linkage is removed by people when they install headers. To check and see if everything is eworking, start the car and slowly turn the part of the steering column by the dash by hand, it should be a piece about six inches in length. If the linkage is conneccted it will rotate as the shifter in the floor is turned. The backup lights are a part of the neutral safety switch on the sterring column under the dash.
no it will not fit
Is there park and nurtural?
the only thing different would the internals of the trans the turbo trans is a heavy duty trans.
turbo trans am came out in 81
That wire is for kick down gear or passing gear.
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.
There is a super charged universal kit . There is also the regular turbo kit for the 3.1 liter firebird these can be bought from any good auto parts store.
A 1996 Chevy should not have a a turbo hydramatic 350 unless it has been changed. it should not shift into reverse hard unless the idle is too high, or there is some other problem,such as a tired differential,or bad u-joint.
Take the trans out, the clutch is inside the trans ^_^
What year? and what size is the motor?
None, TH stands for turbo-hydromatic, hence th350 or 350 turbo.
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.
the firerbird if it has a v8
no. you cannot put a turbo 350 in a formula because its not computer controled like a 4l60
You have to drop the trans pan to do it. Remove the cable from the carb and bracket. There is one bolt where the cable runs into the trans. Remove that bolt. After dropping the pan you'll see how the cable is mounted inside the trans. Remove the retaining clip and pull the cable out. Reverse for installation.
Yes, there are 350 turbo transmissions that will bolt up to a 4x4.
Remove the oil line from the Turbo. Remove the temperature sensor from the Turbo. Remove the Turbo retaining nuts. Replace the old Turbo gasket with a new gasket. Reverse the process to install the new Turbo.
check if you have an aftermarket turbo LOL
The typical turbo 350 has three speeds forward and one reverse.
printable diagram for firing order for 1980 trans am turbo 301 4.9 engine