If you own a squeaky clean C5, you’re still likely concerned about an acidic force that could be slowly destroying your prized possession: Battery electrolytic acid leakage. (more…)
If you own a C-4 equipped with Bose sound system, you will eventually need Bose amplifier repair or replacement. Every Bose sound system equipped C-4 uses one amplifier per speaker. This is the weak link. Amplifier capacitors are filled with electrolytic fluid which ultimately leaks out onto the circuit board causing failure. If the leak is slow, the amplifier’s circuit board can be damaged beyond repair. Electrolytic fluid is acidic and will corrode anything it touches.
Corvette Central is pleased to introduce correct push-down antennas for C1 Corvettes, available in three versions: 1956-58 (early), 1958 (late)-60 and 1961-62. Our new assemblies not only reflect the attention to detail that judges are looking for during shows, but our dedication to producing the highest quality parts possible. As an example, the antenna tips on all three versions of our C1 antennas are identical to factory specifications.
161021 (1956-1958E) (more…)
When the fourth generation Corvette was introduced in 1984, many innovative build techniques were implemented. Early Corvette amenities were becoming standard equipment while new options filled every available inch of dash space. The 1984-1989 C4 dash had more modules and controllers to integrate behind an already tight dash area. 1990-1996 Corvettes added more modules along with airbags to the already restricted dash space. (more…)