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Rebuild Your GM Transmission

Don't Trash It Just 'Cause It's Old And Tired. Learn How To Rebuild Your GM Transmission.

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Automatic transmissions are mysterious things, aren't they? They somehow take mechanical power from the engine, multiply it via a fluid coupling and a series of gears, and transfer it onto the drive wheels. And they do it all with pressurized fluid.

In our quest for knowledge, we decided to investigate the inner workings of one of the most common transmissions on the planet: the Turbo 350. We'll show you that automatic transmissions are not mysterious black boxes. They are ingenious and clever machines that you can work with.

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22 comments
Andrew Hershfeld
Andrew Hershfeld

I wouldn't, but there have been times a part was nearly impossible to find.

Derek Bettencourt
Derek Bettencourt

either way still more oldies on the road, why would u want a part to be hard to find?

Andrew Hershfeld
Andrew Hershfeld

no it's cause parts can be found at any junk yard with out even looking

Derek Bettencourt
Derek Bettencourt

cause they lasted this long, more old gm's left than anything on the road

Amir Ghaderi
Amir Ghaderi

I think was part of the idea, he wanted pe

Ralph Laakmann
Ralph Laakmann

got me a couple of 2sp power glides stashed....1 fresh rebuild for oval short track

Tom Meints
Tom Meints

Can do those 350 turbos in my sleep! Converter from metric 200 hops them up but 2 speed power glides rule!

Josh Kissel
Josh Kissel

I could find the same video for a ford or dodge. All cars break down from time to time.

Andrew Hershfeld
Andrew Hershfeld

another gm product fix it how too...makes sense they do tend to break down more often lol

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