This clear, concise text leads you through every step of the rebuild of your Turbo Hydra matic transmission, from removal, teardown, and inspection to assembly and installation This book also covers transmission identification, principles of operation and maintenance, troubleshooting, and in car repairs It includes heavy duty and high performance modifications coolers, high stall converters, shift programming kits, internal beef ups, and More than 750 photos, drawings, and charts combine with text give you the most authoritative book of its kind....
|Title||:||Turbo Hydra-Matic 350 Handbook|
|Publisher||:||HP Books January 1, 1987|
|Number of Pages||:||256 pages|
|File Size||:||967 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Turbo Hydra-Matic 350 Handbook Reviews
This is a great book for long winter evenings. Actually I read most part of it during long-haul flight and now I understand how does the magic inside automatics work. I'm going to rebuild my own TH350 with help of this book and I'm quite confident that it will help me during the process. Everything is nicely explained with lots of visual instructions. I can truly recommend this book.
Lots of information, not the holy grail but a great book to walk you through rebuilding your first TH350.
This is a very well done manual. It has been 20 years since I have rebuilt a turbo 350 and I didn't realize how much I had forgotten. The manual has step by step instructions for testing, tear down, and reassembly plus a lot of good performance tips.
I actually rebuilt two transmissions out of this book... I loved it... a 350 and a turbo 400.. best user guide I have ever bought for a transmission.... more pictures than needed and explains every peace in ill detail
As in most manuals one needs to start with some mechanical knowledger. This book is no exception. It is detailed and helps you get the job done. The fact that it is not accompanied by a CD is a drawback. Find an informative video on YouTube and you'll be "complete".
To much on rebuilding and not enough basic info. There wasn't a diagram anywhere showing the basic nomenclature.