1970 chevy C10 tranny
Which is the correct turbo 350 for a 1970 Chevy C10 2wd 350 ci. 4 barrel. The 6" or 9" tailshaft ? I am converting for manual to automatic.
The short bed truck takes the short tail shaft. The long bed takes the 9" tailshaft.
My truck is a shortbed, I have a 350 turbo with the 9" tailshaft. Could it be used with modify to the cross menber and driveshaft ???
Yes, You would have to measure and have the driveshaft cut and balanced to the specified length you need. You may be able to use existing holes in the frame and bolt the crossmember to them, otherwise you can cut and weld your original crossmember to make it fit.
Thank You for the information.
1970 Chevy c10 2wd My tranny has a hose from a part on the top of the tranny to a piece on the bottom of the tranny and I was driving and it stopped and turned off so I went to go check the tranny fluid and it started spewin out of the tranny dipsticktube so I took the hose off and it started runnin fine untill it ran out of atf so I poured a bottle in about 2 ours ago and now it needs another bottle but it isn't coming out of the tranny dipstick tube what do I do?
Put some air pressure in the dipstick tube and try to clear the vent at the top of the transmission. If that does not work, reverse the pressure to the vent and see of the air comes out the dipstick tube.
ould a plugged up breather tube cause it to shut off like that tho? I'll be driving fine then it'll stay in the gear I'm at and a little more driving and it won't shift and ill barely move
Okay well that didnt work I was told to get a transmission tempurature gauge amd sensor but I dony understand how that works will it stop the transmission from overheating
If you don't have a temp gauge now, how do you know it's overheating?
Well when I drive for about 10 minutes not hot roddin it or anythinh it lile starts to not catch amd itll start boggin down
You need a new hobby son!
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