To keep your doors in the open position, replace broken springs. And to make the job easier, use the handy installation tool for an easy 10 minute installation.
I purchased a fathom green ‘69 big-block tri-power T-top coupe with only 42,000 original miles on it recently. I’m the third owner of the car, and I got it for a very good price because it needs some heavy doses of TLC. The car had been exposed to the weather during its 31 years of […]
Let’s look under the hood and see if there are any signs of impending failure. Any A/C hose with bulges or cracking can cause a major blowout and quite a mess. If you see oily areas on the A/C hoses, you’ve found a leak. For that matter, any A/C component with an oily film has […]
Like they say, “Baby it’s Hot Outside.” Summer is here and it seems like each year it gets tougher and tougher to stay cool. Here are a few basic things to check to avoid major meltdowns on those summer cruises. We discussed the cooling system earlier this year and that’s the number one concern: hot […]
The following is a workbook from a technical seminar that we sponsored during Corvettes at Carlisle in 2007. The workshop was hosted by Chris Petris from Petris Enterprises in Scottsboro, AL. The concept is to provide easy to understand electrical troubleshooting concerning all Corvette generations in layman’s terms. We’ll show you how to do this […]