Reparieren Sie das Getriebe Ihres Buick selbst? Hier finden Sie Anleitungen zur Reparatur und Überholung der GM Hydra-Matic Automatikgetriebe.
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Haynes TechBook für die Überholung der Hydramatic-Automatikgetriebe und -Transaxles von General Motors, die in Pkw, Lieferwagen und Pickups von Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Oldsmobile und Pontiac eingebaut sind. Behandelt die folgenden Modelle: - Automatikgetriebe THM200-4R (1981-1989), THM350 (1969-1989), THM375B, THM400 (1964-1990, auch verwendet von American Motors, Jaguar, Rolls-Royce und Bentley) und THM700-R4 (1982-1992) - Transaxles THM 125/125C (1980-1989), THM 3T40 (1990-1994), THM 440-T4 (1984-1990) und THM 4T60 (1990-1993) (verwendet für GM-Modelle mit Frontantrieb).
Mehr als 1400 Fotos und vollständige Schritt-für-Schritt-Anweisungen für die Überholung des gesamten Getriebes (Drehmomentwandler, Planetenräder, Bremsriemen, Ölpumpe und Schaltblock).
Auch Kapitel zum Funktionsprinzip, Identifizierung, Werkzeuge, Messinstrumente, Demontage und Montage.
GM Turbo 350 Transmissions : How to Rebuild and Modify
Although not quite the heavy-duty performer as its big brother, the Turbo 400, the Turbo 350 transmission is a fine, durable, capable, and when modified, stout performer in its own right. Millions of GM cars and trucks have been built with Turbo 350 automatic transmissions. There always comes a time when the old transmission shows signs of wear. At some point, even the best transmissions need to be rebuilt.
In "GM Turbo 350 Transmissions: How to Rebuild & Modify", respected automotive technical author Cliff Ruggles guides you through the complex rebuild procedure of GM's popular rear-wheel-drive automatic transmission. With his proven style, Ruggles goes through the step-by-step rebuild and performance upgrade procedures in a series of full-color photos. He includes instruction on removal and installation, tear-down procedures, parts inspection and replacement, as well as performance mods and shift kit installation. Time-saving tips are part of every buildup as well.
Automatic transmissions are a mystery to most. Even if you end up deciding to have a professional take care of your transmission repair and performance needs, the information contained in this book is crucial to understanding how the power gets from the engine to the road.
This clear, concise text leads you through every step of the rebuild of your Turbo Hydramatic 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.
More than 750 photos, drawings, and charts combine with text give you the most authoritative book of its kind.
Covers the Turbo Hydramatic transmissions: - 250 (1973-1977) - 250 C (1979-1984) - 350 (1969-1981) - 350 C (1979-1984) - 375 B (1974-1976)
How to Rebuild & Modify GM Turbo 400 Transmissions : Complete Step-By-Step Rebuild Guide
Over the last 50 years, literally millions of GM cars and trucks have been built with Turbo 400 automatic transmissions. While these transmissions are respected for their durability and versatility, there always comes a point where the old transmission shows signs of wear. At some point, even the best transmissions need to be rebuilt.
Respected automotive technical author Cliff Ruggles takes readers through the complex rebuild procedure of GMs most popular rear-wheel drive automatic transmission in this great book. Enthusiasts have embraced the reliable GM Turbo Hydra-Matic 400 three-speed automatics for years, and the popularity of these transmissions is not slowing down. With his proven style, Ruggles walks through the step-by-step rebuild and performance upgrade procedures in a series of full-color photos for each of these models. Time saving tips are part of every buildup.
How to Rebuild and Modify GM 4L80E Transmissions (1991-2013)
As the successor to the venerable and popular Turbo Hydramatic 400 (TH400), the 4L80E was the next flag bearer in GM's line of automatic transmissions. While serving as the smaller, lighter cousin to the 4L85E, the abundance of 4L80E transmissions manufactured between 1991 and 2013 ensures that these highly capable 4-speed overdrive units will be in service for years to come.
Automatic transmissions are often seen as mysterious and overly complicated, but much of the guesswork has been simplified to its basic elements in this easy-to-follow guide. This book covers the process of identifying the best versions, tearing down the 4L80E, rebuilding, reassembly, and troubleshooting. Upgrades that are available for the 4L80E, which is a popular topic among performance fans and transmission swappers, are also included.
This detailed, step-by-step instructional manual is authored by racer and builder Eric McClellan. Meticulous step-by-step photos of the rebuild process are featured along with torque specs and unique identification of all major and most minor components.
GM Automatic Overdrive Transmission Builder's and Swapper's Guide
In this book, expert mechanic and drag racer Cliff Ruggles demystifies the popular GM 700-R4 and 4L60 automatic transmissions. Keeping the enthusiast in mind, Ruggles explains the history of these transmissions, presents critical identification guidelines, and leads the reader through the complete disassembly, repair and upgrade, and assembly processes. DIY-ers will learn how to test their transmission to ensure its proper operation before installing it in the car.
This book includes information about high-performance modifications, both from the factory and the aftermarket. These include internal parts and external components such as shift kits and torque converters that will help you make your transmission perform at its best. It also covers common installation issues such as mounting, shifters and linkages, wiring harnesses, and more, and includes a special section by Ro McGonegal on swapping these transmissions into earlier performance and musclecar chassis.
Introduced in 2006, the 6L80 has become the most popular General Motors transmission in production today. Millions are on roads around the world, and the 6L series of transmissions has overtaken the 4L60E as the most popular rebuild in the majority of transmission shops and dealerships today.
Automatic transmissions are often seen as mysterious and overly complicated, but much of the guesswork has been simplified to its basic elements in this easy-to-follow guide. This book covers the identification process, operation, diagnostic pointers, common failures, and repair and rebuild procedures for the 6L80 transmission. Upgrades that are available to make the 6L80 more robust are covered as well as the companies that offer upgrades.
This detailed, step-by-step instructional manual is authored by engineer, instructor, speaker, and author Steve Garrett. Meticulous step-by-step photos of the rebuild process are featured along with torque specifications and identification of all major and most minor components.