If it's totally empty you will need between 12 and 13 qts.
The TOTAL capacity of a Turbo 350 is around 9.3 quarts, this is including the converter.
If it is just from a pan removal. put in 4 then check it. If the trans was removed and the convertor was drained, it takes about 12 quarts.
The transmission fluid capacity for a GM turbo 200 R4 transmission is 6 quarts. It should be drained and refilled at least once every two years.
Turbo 350 takes 10-11quarts of fluid, variation depends on the converter size.
12 to 14 quarts including the converter 7quarts without
Dexron II or any other transmission fluid for GM vehicles.
more then 4 quarts
Dexron III or Versatrans. Service fill is 3.5 quarts (transmission filter replacement)
Total transmission capacity is around 16 quarts.
Aprox 12-13 qts.
I have an 81 with a 350 and I'm pretty sure from empty it takes 10 and 1/2 quarts.
Purchase an aftermarket cooler and follow the instructions included with the kit.
Yes, as long as the transmission has the Chevy bolt pattern.
You can if it has the Chevy bolt pattern.
No turbo 350's in 1992.
in the transmission fluid reservoir under the hood
Turbo 300, Turbo 350, Turbo 400 and 700R4 are the first ones that came to mind.
yea u can,
10 1/2 to 11 quarts
Automatic Transmission fluid