Sinkhole-damaged milestone returns to National Corvette Museum 2015-09-03 GM Media Press Release BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – After more than four months and 1,200 man-hours of painstaking craftsmanship, restoration of the milestone 1 millionth Corvette – a white 1992 convertible – is complete. It was unveiled today at the National Corvette Museum, where it returns as […]
C4 (1984 – 1996) Corvettes Videos279 Videos
Chevrolet reintroduced the Corvette convertible in 1986, symbolizing a growing renaissance in Detroit style and performance. Chevrolet supplied the Indy 500 with the pace car. The company said all Corvette ragtops should be considered Pace Car Replicas. The actual Pace Cars were bright yellow with black Indy 500 decals. All of the cars had the […]
This is the first time Matt’s driven a C4 Corvette since high school, can this 1991 version “out-eighties” even Matt’s Fox Body?
Oh, by George! Is that a Chevrolet Corvette with an automatic transmission? Indeed it is! Oh yes, to have your gears changed for you is so fancy! The cars knows what to do yes. My rectum is occupied by a roll of nickles.
EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) – The owner of Speedy Oiler in Evansville says he’s thankful his business is still standing. Evansville Fire Department Investigator Richard Howard says someone broke into the oil change business and lit two fires inside. One was in the back office. The other fire started when someone lit an oil rag and […]
Using a drone to film from above, the North Texas Viper Club destroyed a C4 Corvette by allowing the club members to pay $5.00 per shot using a rifle, and then ultimately blowing up the Corvette using Tannerite.
From the video author: In this video I show you a simple and easy way to test your cooling fans on your 1984-1995 C4 Corvette (OBD1 cars). 1996 and up corvettes are OBD2, which cannot use the paper clip trick.
From the video author: In this video I replace the rear shock absorbers on a 1993 Chevrolet Corvette. This applies to many year C4 ‘Vettes. Enjoy the video and thanks for watching!
From the video author: I handmade a door lock actuator hinge since the original was broken. Now the power lock works well. 1993 Corvette passenger side door lock.
From the video author: In this video I demonstrate some points to help making changing the fuel filter in a C4 easier. This is a 1993 Corvette LT1.
NOTE: Factory Service Manual provides a “slightly” different procedure. NO “SHIMS” were needed, new starter fit perfectly. Having never changed out a starter on a 84 Vette before, I TOOK MY TIME , about 1/12 hours, to remove the old one and install the new one. Now I could do it again no problem. OEM […]
Per the Factory Service Manual…these two IAC valves can create a lot of idle issues both cold and hot. The Electronic Control Module set these BWD Brand IAC’s, they did not need to be adjusted, after I installed them, the car ran great, I drove the car up to 40+ MPH and let the ECM […]
Car starts then stalls???? Possible Thermac system issue? The **VERY UNIQUE** 1984 Corvette relies on HEAT off the manifold to run/idle properly during warm up. Per the FSM, this is the first place to start looking for problems. The Damper Doors not working properly…cause a lot of problems. The thermostatic air breather assembly works off […]
1995 C4 Corvette Restoration: Window Guide – Pt 3
Taking a 1995 C4 Corvette from the weeds back to the road.
From the video author: I did a basic coolant flush by disconnecting the lower radiator hose, rinsing out the reservoir, and overflow tank. I also put in a 160 degree thermostat, bypassed a leaking heater core and the throttle body.
1995 C4 Corvette Restoration: Delco Bose Speaker fix
After diagnosing the problem to no fuel pressure, I replaced the fuel pump. One lesson learned is not to spray it down with degreaser then spray it off before debugging the car. However, I was able to find some disconnected vacuum lines in the process.
Repairing the door panels on the Corvette to eliminate floppy fit along the top if the door.
This is how to change the heater core in a 1990 – 1996 C4 Corvette without pulling the dash. Now that I have done the job, I can say that it would be much easier if you remove the secondary fuse block and the radio receiver from under the dash. Removing those are required for […]
The most Misunderstood and Overlooked part of the Crossfire Injection Engine…in my opinion, the Thermac. It would be easy to OVERLOOK these two gaskets because they seem somewhat insignificant. The Thermostatic Air Cleaner System (per the ***FACTORY SERVICE MANUAL**) is one of the first places to start looking when you have start up and idle […]