Transmission oil was just changed, I drove around the block and the car stopped even with the motor still running. The tranmission oil aeriates and eventually the car stops moving what causes this, the torque converter?Product is a 1977 corvette which does not exist below
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Re: Chevrolet automatic transmission turbo 350
Was this a preexisting problem if not verify that the trani fluid type was correct. It should have been dexron or Dexron 2 fluid(not mercon products) check the fluid level over filling can be just as bad as underfilling)
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Unless you have a LOT of experience modifying cars, you BETTER stick with the manufacturer model of transmission that was already on the car. Some older GM's you could swap out / upgrade transmissions for small-blocks (like replace the 200-metric with a 350-Turbo <HIGHLY RECOMMENDED>, or upgrade the 350 Turbo to a 400 Automatic <check to make sure your car make/model will have enough clearance to allow this>. Fords & Chryslers are not near as forgiving, however. For most of those automatics, stick with the original model type that came with the car. BUT DEFINITELY CANNOT CHANGE DIFFERENT MAKE + MODEL CARS' TRANSMISSIONS (they are NOT interchangable).
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It should be the 700 r4 transmission with the 350 block, unless someone changed it out, it could be a turbo 350, if the truck is a 3/4 ton. if you have 3 gears and over drive it is a 700 r4 only 3 gears turbo 350
The computer runs the Transmission from the signals the throttle position sensor, crank shaft sensor, and cam shaft sensor. Your going to have to replace the transmission with an older transmission like the turbo 350 or turbo 400. When it's time to get the car e-tested, that's when your going to run in to problems, due to the year your Chevy is. If your Chevy was a 1985 then you could go with the carb system but with being the newer OBD11 system, your going to have an off road only vehicle with that swap. Why would you want to replace the engine with the 350 carb set up??? There are things you can do to tweak the one in your Chevy free of charge.
You will have to cut into the transmission hump until you have enough room to fit your new transmission and get the shift linkage in place. Then you can rebuild around the new setup. It might be easier to get a new hump from a later model car that came with a 350 or 400 transmission and replace your old one with that. Hope this helps.