That code is a transmission slip same code came on with my 96 Cutlass Supreme
No cutlass supreme ever came with a 4.3. The olds 307 (5.0L) came with a th200 3 speed and 2.14 gear in the 80's. I believe there was another 2.xx gear offered but don't know which year or models. The hurst or 442 editions came with lower rear gears, around 3.73.
From what I have read at Automotix.com , I will say yes it will. You also have other options of engines from Chevrolet, Buick, as well Oldsmobile that fit the Cutlass Supreme. The engines vary from V6 3.8L, 4.3L V6, 5.0L V8, to 5.7L V8, depending on what year and transmission type your Cutlass Supreme has. Check with some of the Remanufactured engine websites, or talk with a shop in or near your area that rebuilds/overhauls engines for american cars. There are 2 versions of the Oldsmobile 307, a 140 HP version that can be installed in regular Cutlass, and a 180 HP version that came with the Hurst/Olds Cutlass Supreme. I don't know if these engines are interchangeable between the standard Cutlass Supreme and the Hurst/Olds Cutlass Supreme. You may have to talk with a engine rebuilder shop tech person about that. Hope this helps.
It means that you need to get the cars computer scanned to find out what the problem is.
The both body styles, the 78-81 A-body and the 82-88 G-body of the rear wheel drive Oldsmobile Cutlass were available with aluminum hoods (RPO T45). Information came from the 60th Edition of the Hollander Automotive Interchange Manual.
84 and 85 cutlass's came with olds 307 small blocks. and others came with V-6's. now an olds 307 will slide right into a 72 cutlass (i have one also (: as long as the cutlass was a v-8 (olds 350 rocket and olds 455's were the v-8s that came in the 72's.) so yes the bolt pattern on the tranny and the engine mounts will all match up with the 307 if the 72.
I got a 85 cutlass and its got tha same thing
The "cutlass",started as an F85 in 1961. Was actually called cutlass in 64. The caprice made its debut in '67.
My 79 olds cutlass came stock with those gears they sucked
A 1991 RS came with a World Class T5 transmission
The turbo 350 transmission came in a 1979 ElCamino.
They will fit, but they will look stupid as hell. Keep in mind the 1972 Cutlass came stock with 14" or 15" wheels. Anything bigger than 18" tends to look really, REALLY stupid on older cars like the '72 Cutlass.
Yes, an Olds 350 will fit if it's the rear wheel drive Supreme. It is the same basic block as the Olds 307 c.i. engine that came with some Cutlasses. Another option was the Chevy 305 which of course is the same block as a Chevy 350 (another possible option) if you are so inclined. An Olds 307, 330, 350, 403, or even a 455 will fit. The 455 will be tight and will need specific headers for the exhaust. Any Buick, Olds or Pontiac (BOP) will mount to your current transmission. If you go with a Chevy block you will need a adapter plate or a Chevy transmission. v6 and v8 engine mounts are different...so you will also need to change them
It came factory with a 4L60E Transmission.
Analog transmission came before digital ones
the nes that came out in 1980 was 200 pound
It came factory with a 4L60E transmission and that is what it MUST have put back in it.
Hope this helps,,,i have 3. Location area,s, 1 under the dash to the left and two under the hood,,,one on the right and one on the left up at the front of the car. My spare fuse box is in the glove compartment. I still have my manual that came with the car so it tells me what each is for.
Yes, My 72 Olds Cutlass convertible came with the light option package which included a map light in the rear view mirror.
The 1991 Cutlass Cierra came standard with a 4 cylinder engine. This would require 4 spark plugs to tune up the engine.
Marbury v. Madison, 5 US 137 (1803) came before the Supreme Court in 1803.