Is there a manual to rebuild a 350 turbo transmission on a 1977 Chevy Truck on line that I can order or down load for free
I think if you got to Chevy truck parts .com you can find one
Yes, as long as the transmission has the Chevy bolt pattern.
A lot depends on your location and the type of rebuild you're planning. In my area of the mid-atlantic states a stock rebuild from a transmission shop including installation would run about $1500.
You can if it has the Chevy bolt pattern.
No turbo 350's in 1992.
Any average mechanics toolbox will deal with this, there is nothing 'exotic' in this transmission. - A set of SAE wrenches and sockets, pliers, flat screwdriver, torque wrench.
$150.- for good working 350 turbo transmission. 402 - 505 - 6002
Turbo 300, Turbo 350, Turbo 400 and 700R4 are the first ones that came to mind.
Mine had a 350 turbo in it.
A Chevy 305 is not a transmission it is a motor. If you mean a Chevy turbo 350 then the answer would be 3 different forward speeds and reverse.
It will be a 350 turbo if its a half ton. 400 turbo if its a 2500 or 3500 NEUTZ
That should be a 4L80E transmission.
That would be the 4L80E transmission.
This is most likely to be GM's Turbo 400 transmission.
Yes, if they were built with the standard Chevy bolt pattern.
yep, of course
If it is an automatic transmission then it will be the 350 turbo that was put in it from the factory.
Yes but you may have to shorten the drive shaft if it is a 350 turbo going to a non electronic 700r4
Probably a turbo 350.