How many gears does a Turbo 350 have?
Then, how many gears does a th350 have?
This is an automatic transmission that is longitudinally mounted, making it applicable for rear-wheel drive cars. This transmission is a 3 speed, and no overdrive gear was available. The gear ratios used for this transmission were 2.52 for 1st gear, 1.52 for 2nd gear, and 1.0 for 3rd gear.
One may also ask, are all Turbo 350 transmissions the same? Externally, all the TH350 transmissions look the same; however, internally there are some differences. Depending on the engine size of the car the transmission was removed from, it can have anywhere from 10 to 18 friction discs and 10 to 18 steel clutch plates inside.
Additionally, is a Turbo 400 transmission a 4 speed?
Turbo 400 Transmission (TH400) Specs. The Turbo 400 transmission was a 3 speed automatic transmission developed by General Motors. Overall the transmission remained in production an impressive 27 years before it was eventually replaced by a 4 speed electronically controlled transmission, the 4L80E, in 1991.
How do I know if I have a Turbo 350 transmission?
Measure the transmission case with a tape measure. The Turbo 350 case measures 21 3/4-inches long from the front of the bellhousing to the rear of the case. Do not include the tailshaft housing which bolts to the rear of the case. The Turbo 400 measures 24 3/8-inches long from the belllhousing to the rear of the case.