Please read the entire instruction sheet before attempting assembly, as we will not accept returns or warrant bars scratched by improper assembly techniques. First, unwrap all parts and inspect them. Check to make sure you have all the parts listed. If you run into a problem please call product assistance (800-345-4122).
Codes, Codes, Codes… Have you noticed “SYS” intermittently showing up in your 1990-1996 Corvette’s speedometer display? This means there is a trouble code stored in one of the on-board control modules. When the 1990 Corvette debuted, GM introduced ECM (Engine Control Module) and CCM (Central Control Module) trouble codes. In addition, ABS/ASR (Anti-lock Brake System/Acceleration […]
By Joe Calcagno (www.rarecorvettes.com) There’s an old saying: “You never miss the water until the well runs dry.” This is true. In a manner of speaking the windshield wipers on a car are the same. That is, you never think about them until you need them, and if they won’t work, you usually don’t have […]
Does your 1963-1982 Corvette keep you on your toes when cruising on the highway? Are you constantly moving the steering wheel back and forth to maintain a straight line? Maybe you need to move the steering wheel a couple of inches in each direction before the steering linkage catches up. The culprit may be the […]
The C6 Corvette is a true World Class performance car with excellent “daily driver” attributes. Everywhere you look on the C6, an electronic device is operating something we had to either manually perform or think about previously. All of these electronic gadgets require stable voltage for long life. The days of removing the battery cable […]