A typical Turbo 350 transmission fill tube is the same tube that holds the transmission dip stick. It would be located in back of the engine, a little to the passenger side.
the older style turbo 400 has a point on one side of the pan in back of the transmission
Typically, you add transmission fluid back through the little filler hole that the dipstick goes in. You'll probably need a little funnel. And only add back the same amount you drained out.
you mount the turbo next to the engine
NO it will not work. YOU MUST PUT THE 4L60E 4x4 transmission BACK IN IT.DUE TO THE COMPUTER SYSTEM IN THE TRUCK.
yes, if yor swapping it for a turbo 350 thats already in a car or truck tou have to change the yoke on driveline, and trans mount sits furthure back, so have to mod crossmember a bit,and electric kick down.
The rear seal is bad. This is easy to fix. Seal is less than $20.00. Labor is under 1 hour.
The diaphragm isn't just helping - it does pretty much all the work. The diaphragm pulls the lungs down, which is inhaling, and pushes it back up, which is exhaling.
The phrenic nerve controls your diaphragm. It connects your diaphragm with the back of your brain. Normally it works automatically but you can consciously control it.
It bolts to the back of the transmission.It bolts to the back of the transmission.
NO. That year truck MUST have the 4L60E transmission put back in it if it is a 1/2 ton. The 3/4 tons MUST Have the 4L80E put in them. The ONLY 2 years that will work in you truck is 96 and 97 transmission.
Turbo Lister never went away. The current version is TL2.
The brake calipers can be the same the front calipers on turbo cars is normally bigger as up to 90% of your braking force is on the front brakes but the back ones are somtimes bigger not always
Remove the driveshaft from the back of the transmission. Remove the transmission mount bolts. Remove the bolts that hold the transmission to the back of the engine. Pull the transmission backwards to remove it.
The torque converter has leaked down. There should be a small plug that can be removed and you can fill it. First let the transmission run a little bit to fill the converter, then check the level and fill as necessary (the pump is filling the converter). Or you can pull the tranny back and fill the converter that way.
On the topside of the transmission at the back of the transmission
Try singing either on your back or bend all the way over while singing and it forces you to sing from your diaphragm. With practice you get use to doing it.
Not easily. The 940 engine is a 4 cylinder rear wheel drive that is oriented front to back. The 850 engine is a transverse 5 cylinder front wheel drive. The transmission/transaxle in the two are very different.
On the top of the engine in the back by the firewall.
the transmission on a lawnmower is in the back of the lawnmower, follow the axles and it will lead you to the transmission
You HAVE to intercool a turbo. The purpose of the intercooler is to cool the exhaust before it circulates back through the turbo. The power gains very depending on the size of the turbo and the amount of boost you're running.
The diaphragm contracts when you inhale, making the space in your ribcage (thoracic cavity) more spacious and drop in pressure. Air is therefor "sucked" in due to this pressure difference. When you exhale, the diaphragm relaxes, pushing air back out. Without the diaphragm, it would be difficult to "grasp" air and pull it into your lungs.
Check the shifter linkages and adjust if needed. The linkage may be in d2 when the indicator shows drive.