Tag: C4

Getting In When Locked Out…

This method worked for me on my PKE-equipped \’93 Corvette. Another guy and I shook the car so much the keys slid off the dash and onto the passenger floor! Anyway, here\’s how to save a call to the locksmith… What you\’ll need: 10-ga. wire, about 3\’ long (a coathanger might work, but generally the […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

How to Replace the Front Brakes

How to Replace Your Front Brakes by Lars Grimsrud SVE Automotive Restoration Musclecar, Collector & Exotic Auto Repair & Restoration Broomfield, CO This tech paper will discuss the replacement of the front brake pads and rotors on the C-4 Corvettes. This paper deals specifically with the ’84 – ’87 model years, and applies generally to […] More »

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Meziere Coolant Pump Install

Meziere HD Coolant Pump Install for the LT-1/4 Let me begin with my situation before I started this upgrade. I have a 92 LT-1 convertible with the 6 speed tranny. I had an oil leak coming from the driven shaft seal of the water pump. After removal of the water pump I saw that it […] More »

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Replacing C4 Seat Covers

Ok, was tired of the dull/worn appearance of my seats. Tried the conditioners/cleaners but still wasn’t happy. The seats aren’t that bad (you’ll see) but I was tired of sitting on dull rock-hard seats. Time for replacements. I decided to go with the Leather-Like covers from The Last Detail … http://www.tld-corvette.com They were $300 bucks. […] More »

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Bloomington Gold

Gordon Killebrew www.gordonkillebrew.com and Ron Kane www.kaneauto.com taught this class in June of 03. Here are the notes I took: When replacing weatherstrip use GM parts for a 95/96. These are the latest designs and will fit and work best. When doing wiring you can prevent corrosion at the joints by using metal connectors from […] More »

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