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I was told by a Chevy dealership that you don't rotate 1993 corvette. Is this true?
Most people don't since there are two issues that make it difficult.
First, the tires on the front are a different size than the ones on the rear. Thus you cannot do the standard front-to-rear rotation.
Second, the tires have a directional tread pattern. This means that to rotate the tires from one side to the other they must be dismounted, turned, remounted and re-balanced.
Rotation is good to prevent excessive edge wear than can occur, but the time and cost for rotation on this car can be something to make you think twice about.
on Sep 14, 2016
How do you reset the change oil now light that
i found this on a Corvette forum, so i could not test its validity but i hope it works for you:
-To reset the oil light, put the key in the ignition and turn to accessory setting (but do not start the car) Push the English/Metric button twice and then push and hold the "Range" button. The "Change Oil" light will flash for about 15-20 seconds and then go out. Release the button and turn key off.
When you turn the key back on, the light should be out. If it is not, repeat the above steps.-
Hope this helps,
on Jan 02, 2015
1993 anniversary corvette problems
Have you had a water pump replaced lately? If so water may have got to the distributor and causing the car to act that way. When it gets hot is shuts down. Sometimes it will take awhile to restart.They put the distributor right in behind the water pump and any water leaks from pump will 99% of the time fry the distributor, if not caught.
on Jun 22, 2014
My 1994 corvette starter clicks and spins but wont start
sounds like you need a new distributor.... if you had a new water pump put in lately and didnt change the distributor that would be your main problem. The water pump in located in front of distributor, if that leaks it will short out and fry the distributor. Always change distributor when water pump goes.
on Jun 21, 2014
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