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Old 03-21-2009, 10:20 AM
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How do I recognize the 350C ? Is that the same as previously posted. My son has a rebuild kit for a 350 and it tells him something about an electrical connection on the drivers side being a 350C. Any input would be helpfull, thanks
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How do I recognize the 350C ? Is that the same as previously posted. My son has a rebuild kit for a 350 and it tells him something about an electrical connection on the drivers side being a 350C. Any input would be helpfull, thanks

the information in front of you is correct... electrical plug on the drivers side.

look at the input shaft = that would be where the converter is located , shafts with splines on them. The inner shaft rotates. the t-350C has a polished end on the input shaft... there will be a rubber O - ring too.

NEXT>> = to ID A T-250C trans. Look at the cooler line fittings area.. passenger side. Look for a threaded stud with nut that protrudes from the case. That is a t-250C trans = weaker , low performance.
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Thanks alot. We were going to put it on a chevy 350 and put it in a Yota 4X4. I think we will just go to pull n pay and get Turbo350 to rebuild not the 350C we have.
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hi there this question is asked many times a month, heres a thread from a few days ago about the th350c, i posted pics of my th350c trans so you can physically see the input shaft difference vs a non C 350 trans. and see the electrical connector on the side.

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TH 350 trans/varifit bell/lockup?

if there is no C letter cast on the pump housing or anywhere on the trans case then that means its not a converter clutch model

th250c has 11 bolt pans vs. 13 bolts on the 350/350C trannies

does yours have a 4x4 output shaft ?

i need a torque converter for one with gas engines only.

looking to buy one.

stock preferably.

good luck

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th250c has 11 bolt pans vs. 13 bolts on the 350/350C trannies

I would suggest you check your internet source of information again or you mis-typed that statement..

The t-250C , t-350 and t-350C all use the same pan with the same bolt count of 13

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Crosley is correct.

ALL 250, 250C, 350, 350C, & 375B transmissions use the same pan.
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1976-1979 TH200- No modulator, 11 bolt pan, no 4X4's, normally has "Metric" on the pan. Lock-Up has electrical connector on driver's side of case above and behind the gearshift linkage.

From: http://www.donneysaab.com/FDT/transIDgm.html#RWD3spd

The way the info is written on this particular site, it would be east to mistake the specs given for the TH200 to also include the TH250C.
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