Why Better Cadillac CTS-V Steering Means Better Corvette Steering
Here is a look into what makes the CTS-V a better handling car that is easy to drive daily but still handles on the track like a true driver’s car. Which is a good thing for your Corvette.
I rebuilt the steering column in my \’93 automatic using a column out of a parted-out \’96 manual. The steering colum core is pot metal or very low quality cast steel. The yoke around the pivot pins stretches and wallows out, allowing down-and-left play in the column that is disconcerting. it requires repair or replacement […] More »
Let me save you some money. The $400 stock OEM C4 pump is nothing more than a generic GM V8 LT1 Caprice station wagon pump with a different pressure control valve installed to provide higher effort steering. The C4-specific valve is available separately from GM for about $18 and it drops into the high pressure […] More »
(The story with pictures is located at: http://www.corvetteforum.net/c4/marcho/rack/rack_replace.html The following is the text from that link) This will attempt to guide you through replacing the rack & pinion unit on your Corvette. Step 1: Jack up front end and place on jackstands. Remove two front tires. (oh, yeah, the hood is up, too. That\’s something […] More »
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 »