Type F Automatic Transmission Fluid
If it's automatic, no.
3 speed TH-400.
Either a 3-speed automatic or 4-speed manual
if its automatic then just plain Jane ATF
hey man hows it going. i run a c6 in my truck
its a Chrysler 727
2,038 corvettes in 1976 had a manual transmission.
1/2 ton, 3/4 ton, 1 ton, 2 wheel drive, 4 wheel drive, 8 cylinder, 6 cylinder, automatic transmission, standard transmission, short bed, long bed, step side, fleet side, with or with out AC, with or with out PS, mileage and general condition all makes a big difference on its value. Give us more info.
take right side motor mount loose and jack motor up to get starter off.
12 degrees BTDC with the automatic transmission ( unless the engine compartment decal shows different )
The power of the engine in the 1976 Cadillac Seville automatic is 190 @ 3600 rpm. The maximum speed is 110 mph.
85-144 horsepower is the power of the mercury monarch automatic 1976 engine and its maximum speed is 10km/h.
1967 was the first year for the AutoStick. Really a manual transmission with an electrically operated clutch, it also had a torque convertor so it could stopped in gear. Works great when everything is in tip top shape, VW stopped using it in 1976.
The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the 1976 Dodge Coronet Wagon Automatic are 260 hp and 90 mph respectively.
The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the 1976 Buick State wagon automatic are 325 hp and 100 mph respectively.
The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the 1976 Ford Pinto wagon automatic are 88 hp and 95 mph respectively.
Should be 28-32
If it is a manual transmission, there will be a fill plug 1/2 way up on the side. Remove the plug and insert your little finger to the first joint. Bent it to the first joint and you should feel the fluid. If not then add. If it is an automatic, warm up the engine Put the transmission in park and check the level.
The 6-cylinder engine was an inline-6, there was no actual V6 in a Nova in 1976.
1967,Officially called the Volkswagen Automatic Stickshift, this transmission was a three speed manual transmission connected to a vacuum-operated automatic clutch. When the driver put his/her hand on the gearshift the clutch would disengage by a 12 volt solenoid operating the vacuum clutch, allowing shifting between gears, once he/sheremoved his/her hand the clutch would re-engage automatically. The transmission was also equipped with a torque converter, allowing the car to idle in gear, like an automatic. The torque converter was operated by transmission fluid. This would allow the car to stop in any gear and start from a standing stop in any gear. This transmission was first available on the 1967 Volkswagen Beetle, and was made available on the Karmann Ghia in 1967. VW dropped the transmission option altogether in 1976.Newer Volkswagens use a Tiptronic and DSG system
What about the master cylinder? They go out, ha. That's all I can help you with though.
6 cylinder 94 mph