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Old 08-12-2006, 02:52 PM
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My son and I bought a 1966 c-10. It had a 350 engine(circa 1985) and auto tranny. How can I tell what model transmission we have. The bottom of the bellhousing is missing. I want to replace it but there were 3 separate transmissions listed for that engine. Short of visiting a shop any info appreciated.

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Google Search "identify gm transmission"

First web site listed should get you what you need if all you looking for is what kind you have:

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You can also search the knowledge base for faster answers to these kinds of questions.

Good luck on the project!
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