Tag: C4

How To Bleed a Master Cylinder

Most instruction manuals indicate that you should place the Master Cylinder in a vise and then use a dowel rod to press on the plunger to bleed the air out of the Master Cylinder. I found an easier way is to bleed the air out of the system backwards. Supplies: Fittings for bleeding hose (usually […] More »

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Inf Rest Light on 1990 Corvettes

How to correctly and inexpensively correct the ‘Inf Rest’ light on 1990 Corvettes. The 90 is infamous for this light staying on. It seems that there are two sensors, one on the frame underneath the battery box, and one underneath the windshield washer container. Both bolt directly to the frame. These little electronic wizards detect […] More »

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Outer Door Window Weatherstrip Replacment

When replacing the outer window seal it is not necessary to remove the door panel. Simply hold the new weatherstrip up to the old one still on the door. Mark the clip locations with masking tape on the side of the door so you won\’t have to guess where they are. Also note the three […] More »

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Test for Possible Leaking Injector

Another tip from a Gordon Killebrew lecture during Corvettes at Carlisle 2001. Say your L98 starts right up after sitting for a long while, such as overnight, but is hard to start after sitting for a little while. Before trying to start it, hold the accelerator to the floor for a brief period and release […] More »

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1996 Auto Transmission Removal

This was my first time removing an automatic transmission from a Vette so I thought I\’d share the experience. First off, you\’ll need to get the car elevated. I managed to pull this off with the car on jack stands and less than 13 inches of clearance. Don\’t even think about reinstalling the tranny without […] More »

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