Tag: C4

Idle Air Control (IAC) Valve for LT1 and LT4

This is from the 1994 GM Factory Serive Manual, Book 2: IDLE AIR CONTROL (IAC) VALVE Remove or Disconnect 1. Electrical connector from IAC valve. 2. IAC valve assembly attaching screws. 3. IAC valve assembly. NOTICE: On IAC valves that have been in service: Do not push or pull on the IAC valve pintle. The […] More »

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Optispark Repair

You can make the LT1 \’92-\’94 Optispark setup more reliable than a �95-�96, even with the early distributor configuration. Buy a $12 \’96 GM Vette distributor vacuum harness assy. Buy a $4 clear plastic fuel filter. Buy a $3 tube of premium black Permatex RTV, because it withstands the highest temps. Reserve a long day […] More »

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Steering Wheel Replacement on a Budget

I just completed replacing my steering wheel on a budget. I have a 85 with tilt and telescopic. I installed a grant wheel with the hub adapter for under $40.00, I used the hub adapter for up to 1989 Cadilac without telecopic wheel their part # 3196. Advance auto parts is nice enough to loan […] More »

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1994-1996 Power Antenna Motor Replacement

Let me start off by saying that this is very frustrating to do the first time around. Don\’t worry, and don\’t lose your cool. I did this on my 1994 coupe. It took me around four hours because I didn\’t know what I was doing and the other set of instructions didn\’t detail how to […] More »

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C4 Door Panel Attachment Repair

Finally, after 4+ years of ownership, I have repaired the dreaded floppy door panel syndrome that has plagued my car. You too may be suffering from this disease, where the top of the door panel pulls off the door frame and kinda hangs there, flopping around, only be held on by a few door screws […] More »

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