LT1 to LT4 Instrument Cluster R&R
I thought I\’d share a \”How-To\” regarding an LT1 to LT4 instrument cluster R&R Here\’s what we\’re doing… From this To this Tools you\’ll need: – Torque wrench (in/lb) – Torx bit set – Phillips head screw driver – 7, 10, 15mm sockets w/ratchet – 6\” ratchet extension Before doing the job, it would be […] More »
I recently performed this small feat by not following the Haynes Manual instructions. For the driver\’s side valve cover removal the manual descibed removing the serpentine belt and the alternator in order that the valve cover could be moved forward for removal. I noticed the cover for the wiper motor at the firewall and with […] More »
While replacing the battery in a \’92 I noticed that the large harness that runs behind the battery tray had the wire loom worn off by rubbing against the rear of the battery tray – this tray has a lip that is rather sharp. Before any wires were frayed, I decided to repair the wrap […] More »
Following the tech tip from Jeff Loftis, I found these two circumstances to be true for my 1988. I don\’t know if this will apply to other model years. 1) One of the two torx bolts holding the headlight motor to the frame is blocked by another part of the headlight bracket assembly. Theres is […] More »
The rear axels in C4 Corvettes are from Dana Corporation http://www.dana.com/ GM does not specify a service interval in the owners manual. Dana Corporation makes the following recommendations: 1. If there is any possibility of water contamination the oil needs to be changed immediately.