The features of a Chevy Turbo 350 transmission include 3-speed automatic, maximum torque, set gear ratios, and lack of overdrive. The Chevy Turbo 350 transmission was introduced in 1969 and replaced by a new model in 1984.
A commonly reported issue with Chevy Turbo 350 transmissions is a noticeable wobble created by the clutch drum. This transmission was created through a partnership between Chevy and Buick. The Turbo 350 replaced a previous two-speed transmission that came standard for 23 years. The Turbo 350 transmission was used on most GM trucks and rear wheel drive cars for the 15 years it was in production.