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Chevy 350 automatic transmission problems - Bookshelf


132 pages

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1975-08

Some of the sixes tend to have more valve and gasket-leakage trouble than normal . The C4 automatic transmission found in ... Chevy's 350 V8 is usually good for a lot of miles. I find only the usual GM carburetor and starter problems.

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224 pages

How to Restore Your Chevrolet Pickup

Creator: Tom Brownell | 2004-07-25

The automatic transmission conversion requires the use of a common Chevrolet starter from a 1970 Nova six-cylinder automatic that bolts to the bottom of the adapter plate. Universal Joint and Driveshaft Problems Universal joints are ...

Publisher: Motorbooks

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A new edition of one of our more popular how-to titles, incorporating an attractive design, significantly updated text, and full-color photography. This is a step-by-step restoration guide for all Chevy light-duty trucks from 1928 onwards.Updates include:- Upgrading to power steering- Pressure oiling for "Stovebolt" six and electronic fuel injection upgrades- New information on disc brakes and power brakes- Updated suppliers listing.



128 pages

Chevrolet Big Block Parts Interchange Manual

Creator: Edward J. Staffel, Ed Staffel, John Baechtel | 1996-04-25

Chevy also has a new four speed automatic transmission, with overdrive, called a “4L60. ... Of course, three speed Turbo 350 and 400's or Powerglides will also work. Remember that Buick, Oldsmobile and Pontiac (BOP) automatic ...

Publisher: S-A Design

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Custom build your own high performance version of Chevy's famous "rat" motor from off-the-shelf factory parts! Complete part interchange information, plus factory part numbers, casting marks, production histories, suppliers, performance capabilities of various components, and more. Covers all 366, 396, 402, 427, 454 and 502 engines.


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    GPS Head-Up Display Speedometer (quick and easy installation)

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    It works as advertised.

    I purchased this device to use in a 2012 Honda Ridgeline. I had a heads-up display back in the 1990's when I drove a Pontiac Grand Prix, and I've really missed it. Fortunately this device has brought that feature back to my vehicle.Installation of the device was rather simple. I just plugged it in and moved it around my dashboard until I found a spot where the reflection looked good on the windshield. Once I found that spot, I applied the adhesive and that was it. The adhesive actually adheres, which can be a problem for some adhesives in Florida. It has been mounted for two months without any problems.Next, I installed the tinted strip that is included. This applies to the windshield so that the reflected speed can be seen more clearly whether it is bright or dark outside. I must say that I removed this after it was on for only an hour. First, I didn't like the distraction of this black strip in my field of vision. And second, the device is so bright... 5/5 Gregory (Florida, USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: GPS Head-Up Display Speedometer (quick and easy installation) I purchased this device to use in a 2012 Honda Ridgeline. I had a heads-up display back in the 1990's when I drove a Pontiac Grand Prix, and I've really missed it. Fortunately this device has brought that feature back to my vehicle.Installation of the device was rather simple. I just plugged it in and moved it around my dashboard until I found a spot where the reflection looked good on the windshield. Once I found that spot, I applied the adhesive and that was it. The adhesive actually adheres, which can be a problem for some adhesives in Florida. It has been mounted for two months without any problems.Next, I installed the tinted strip that is included. This applies to the windshield so that the reflected speed can be seen more clearly whether it is bright or dark outside. I must say that I removed this after it was on for only an hour. First, I didn't like the distraction of this black strip in my field of vision. And second, the device is so bright... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 24, 2012

    Works great with a little modification

    This could easily be a 5-star product with a simple modification. The mounting bracket should slide into the base of the speedo BOTH WAYS, not just one. Every dashboard is curved differently, but in the majority of cases, people are going to place this speedo near the base of the windshield behind the "hump" of the steering wheel guage cluster. On most dashboards, the "hump" slopes downward toward the windshield, meaning that placing this speedo level where it will get the maximum reflection off of the windshield will involve using the included mounting bracket. This wasn't my first rodeo installing an aftermarket HUD speedo...I've had them before and they weren't this expensive, nor did they have a design flaw like this.This speedo is brighter than my old ones (this one has bright green numbers instead of the harder to see in daylight red) and it automatically turns on with the vehicle ignition and off once you shut off the ignition, and it remembers your selection of... 3/5 Nick (NE Illinois USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: GPS Head-Up Display Speedometer (quick and easy installation) This could easily be a 5-star product with a simple modification. The mounting bracket should slide into the base of the speedo BOTH WAYS, not just one. Every dashboard is curved differently, but in the majority of cases, people are going to place this speedo near the base of the windshield behind the "hump" of the steering wheel guage cluster. On most dashboards, the "hump" slopes downward toward the windshield, meaning that placing this speedo level where it will get the maximum reflection off of the windshield will involve using the included mounting bracket. This wasn't my first rodeo installing an aftermarket HUD speedo...I've had them before and they weren't this expensive, nor did they have a design flaw like this.This speedo is brighter than my old ones (this one has bright green numbers instead of the harder to see in daylight red) and it automatically turns on with the vehicle ignition and off once you shut off the ignition, and it remembers your selection of... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 15, 2012

    Excellent, but not perfect

    Should you buy this? Will you be glad you did? Those are the questions you want answered when you read a review.You will love this device if you have realistic expectations. I had the heads up in a Corvette. This is nearly as good.After you order you should go get some outdoor rated 3M double sided tape. From my experience this is removable from a dash board later. Although, use at your own risk. The tape that comes with the device is 3M brand and it is great. Problem is that you will want to try out multiple locations. If you have the tape on standbye then you can more easily make adjustments.Get your device mounted exactly where you want it before you put in the reflective window film. You will want to mount it, then drive to test it at speeds in the double digits. You need to see the double digits so that you know that you have the angle just right. Mount, adjust, mount, adjust, then when you think you have it perfect you should mark... 4/5 Joe T. (United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: GPS Head-Up Display Speedometer (quick and easy installation) Should you buy this? Will you be glad you did? Those are the questions you want answered when you read a review.You will love this device if you have realistic expectations. I had the heads up in a Corvette. This is nearly as good.After you order you should go get some outdoor rated 3M double sided tape. From my experience this is removable from a dash board later. Although, use at your own risk. The tape that comes with the device is 3M brand and it is great. Problem is that you will want to try out multiple locations. If you have the tape on standbye then you can more easily make adjustments.Get your device mounted exactly where you want it before you put in the reflective window film. You will want to mount it, then drive to test it at speeds in the double digits. You need to see the double digits so that you know that you have the angle just right. Mount, adjust, mount, adjust, then when you think you have it perfect you should mark... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 10, 2012
    Adjustable mounting bracket lets you set the unit at a desired angle
    No installation needed - simply plug into your car's cigarette lighter
    Automatic brightness adjustment - to suit ambient light level
    Head-up display - projects vehicle speed on windshield
    Five speed warning limits may be set for either Km/hr or MPH.


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    Corvette 4 3/4" Embroidered Patch - Chevrolet Corvette 1953 - 2013 / Chevy Corvette

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    Four-wheel disc brakes were introduced in 1965, as was a "big block" engine option: the 396 cu in (6.49 L) V8. Side exhaust pipes were also optionally available in 1965, and continued to be offered through 1967. The introduction of the 425 bhp (317 kW) 396 cu in (6.49 L) big block in 1965 spelled the beginning of the end for the Rochester fuel injection system. The 396 cu in (6.49 L) option cost US$292.70 while the fuel injected 327 cu in (5.36 L) engine cost US$538.00. Few people could justify spending US$245.00 more for 50 bhp (37 kW) less, even though FI could deliver over 20 mpg on the highway and would keep delivering fuel despite high G-loading in corners taken at racing speeds. Another rare '63 and '64 option was the Z06 competition package, which offered stiffer suspension, bigger, multi-segment lined brakes with finned drums and more, only a couple hundred coupes and ONE convertible were factory-equipped this way in 1963. With only 771 fuel-injected cars built in 1965, Chevrolet discontinued the option at the end of the '65 production, having introduced a less-expensive big block 396 engine rated at 425 hp in the middle of the production year and selling over 2,000 in just a few months. For 1966, Chevrolet introduced an even larger 427 cu in (7.00 L) Big Block version. Other options available on the C2 included the Wonderbar auto-tuning AM radio, AM-FM radio (mid-1963), air conditioning (late-1963), a telescopic steering wheel (1965), and headrests (1966). The Sting Ray's independent rear suspension was successfully adapted for the new-for-1965 Chevrolet Corvair, which solved the quirky handling problems of that unique rear-engine compact.
    1954 Corvette Convertible The first generation Corvette was introduced late in the 1953 model year. Originally designed as a show car for the 1953 Motorama display at the New York Auto Show, it generated enough interest to induce GM to make a production version to sell to the public. First production was on June 30, 1953. This generation was often referred to as the "solid-axle" models (the independent rear suspension was not introduced until the second generation). 300 hand-built polo white Corvette convertibles were produced for the 1953 model year. The 1954 model year vehicles could be ordered in Pennant Blue, Sportsman Red and Black, or Polo White. 3,640 were built, and sold slowly. The 1955 model offered a 265 cu in (4.34 L) V8 engine as an option. With a large inventory of unsold 1954 models, GM limited production to 700 for 1955. With the V8, 0-60 mph time improved to 8.5 seconds.
    Corvette 4 3/4" Embroidered Patch - Chevrolet Corvette 1953 - 2013 / Chevy Corvette
    The fourth generation Corvette was the first complete redesign of the Corvette since 1963. Production was to begin for the 1983 model year but quality issues and part delays resulted in only 43 prototypes for the 1983 model year being produced that were never sold. All of the 1983 prototypes were destroyed or serialized to 1984 except one with a white exterior, medium blue interior, L83 350 ci, 205 bhp V8, and 4-speed automatic transmission. After extensive testing and modifications were completed, it was initially retired as a display sitting in an external wall over the Bowling Green Assembly Plant's employee entrance. Later this only surviving 1983 prototype was removed, restored and is now on public display at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. It is still owned by GM. On February 12, 2014, it was nearly lost to a sinkhole which opened up under the museum. Eight Corvettes were lost.
    The Chevrolet Corvette, known colloquially as the Vette, is a sports car manufactured by the Chevrolet division of American automotive conglomerate General Motors (GM). The car has been produced through seven generations. The first model, a convertible, was designed by Harley Earl and introduced at the GM Motorama in 1953 as a concept show car. Myron Scott is credited for naming the car after the type of small, maneuverable warship called a corvette. Originally built in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri, the Corvette is currently manufactured in Bowling Green, Kentucky and is the official sports car of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.


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