Will a 350 torque converter fit a 400 turbo transmission?
If you're talking about a TH400 transmission, yes... the TH350 torque converter is one inch smaller in diameter than the TH400 torque converter (12" vs 13"), and you'll have to make sure the holes on the flexplate line up (or drill them for both patterns). You'll get a bit more stall out of the 350 converter. If you're talking about the 700R4, the answer is going to be no.... that uses a lockup converter, which will not interchange with the TH converter.
How much transmission fluid goes into the torque converter after replacing transmission in a 1999 buick century?
what transmission is in it?? turbo 350??? My 82 firebird has roughly the same size torque converter and should hold around 4 liters. make sure you flip the torque converter on its side after you put some in so it drains into the sides of the converter, put another liter in and do the same. if you have any other questions email me at email@example.com
Is the converter the same in a 350 turbo as a v6 transmission converter.the shaft doesn't seem to go all the way on the turbo 350.do i need a different converter?
Remove the driveshaft from the back of your Chevy transmission. Remove the transmission mount retaining bolts. Remove the retaining bolts from the Bell housing. The transmission can then slide backwards. Don't forget to unbolt the torque converter from the flex-plate and remove the torque converter with the transmission.
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.
YES As long as the flexplate is the same size or has additional mounting holes. To add to this answer in depth. i changed from a 350 to a 454. the 454 had a th400 transmission and the 350 had a th350 transmission. (This was a 4x4 so we had to use the th350 transmission because it had a married transfer case)the th400 flywheel did NOT match the th350 torque converter. We installed the th400…
Why is there a metal ring on the out side of the torque converter shaft on a Chevy turbo 350 transmission?
If you are talking about the splined ring around the input shaft, it's for the torque converter stator. The stator is like a second set of fan blades inside the converter that redirect fluid to the blades that turn the input shaft. It greatly increases the efficiency of the torque converter, which is actually a fluid coupling. In order to do it's job, the stator must be held stationary, that's what the splined ring is…
This is usually due to a problem with either the front fluid pump or the torque converter, or both. If the front pump has failed or the seal has failed there will be no fluid pressure to engage any gears. This can also be said for a failed torque converter. Usual signs of this are whining noises coming from the transmission and slippage when the transmission was working. Another cause can be because the torque…