Chevrolet produced over 17 million aluminium Powerglides from 1962 through 1973. While never a popular performance transmission during its production run, the Powerglide has become the dominant automatic transmission in modern motorsports. Favored by circle track and drag racers alike, the Powerglide is the transmission of choice of today's racer. You will find Powerglides installed in a wide range of vehicles from street/strip to 'Top Sportsman.' This book is your reference guide to the Powerglide; from a stock rebuild to an all-out race unit, this book covers it all. Subject covered include: * *general transmission service, basic operation, in-car service and repairs *torque converter design and operation *identification *removal, disassembly and inspection *overhauling unit assemblies *final assembly of transmission *the drag racing Powerglide *the circle track racing Powerglide *specification and troubleshooting Whether you are racing or restoring, you'll find the Powerglide Transmission Handbook a master reference for rebuilding, modifying and racing your Powerglide transmission.How to Rebuild Or Modify Chevroleta#39;s Powerglide for All Applications Carl H. Munroe. SLEEVE C ... If the manual valve is not held in its proper position, low pressure and crossover pressure can result in failure of the clutch packs and band. Before making ... 1964-1966 Chevrolet Column Shift ac The shift tube and lever must move freely in the steering column. ac Assemble all ... Place tube and lever assembly in ita#39;s reverse position, then move lever down to insert rod in swivel and retainer.
|Title||:||Powerglide Transmission Handbook|
|Author||:||Carl H. Munroe|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2001|