1999 Corvette C5 vs. 2013 392 Hemi Challenger
Hey all, this was at Irwindale dragstrip. Got to have a rematch against
that same SRT8 Challenger that properly kicked my ass in the Mustang. I beat him once, but then he
came back with an impressive victory. Hard to believe a car that heavy can
move that fast.
I actually have to wear a helmet now... yes... Ive earned it LOL
Corvette: K&N CAI, GHL bullet Exhaust
392 Challenger: Exhaust, tune
Owner and IDOT Trash C5 Corvette, 2:00am, 3/18/11
I heard the screeching tires and the impact from my office, and grabbed the
Day-amn! This graduate of the Lance Briggs School of Hi-Performance Driving
had hit the retaining wall so hard, it sheared the spokes right off the rim
of one of the wheels. Steel and rubber doughnut, anyone?
Clear, dry road, gentle curve, wide, well-marked lanes, beautiful, mild
50-degree Friday morning -- how do they continue to do it? Oh, well, as
long as they do, you'll see it here first.
I'll let you be surprised with --- the REST --- of the story. Watch, enjoy,
and if you're feeling a little schadenfreude for a Vette owner with too
much money and too little common sense, you're human.
C5 Corvette Exhaust Install - Mid America Quadrapower
Watch Dave install the Mid America Quadra Power Exhaust on a C5 Corvette - as always, follow the
manufacturer's official instructions when installing one yourself!
Compare these to the Borla "Stinger" Exhaust - great look and sound at a fantastic
2011 Corvette Grand Sport vs. Matt's Modified C5 Corvette
The Smoking Tire hits the Malibu Canyons with two torch red Corvettes: a
2011 Grand Sport, and Matt's 1998 C5. Matt set out to turn his Corvette
into a better drivers car, and we find out if GM's improvements to the
Corvette in the last 12 years match Matt's modifications to his own car.
ZR1 Vette vs Jet! - Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Races A U.S. Navy Fighter Jet
MT Editor at Large Arthur St. Antoine pits Chevy's awesome "Blue Devil" --
the Corvette ZR1 -- against its toughest adversary yet: a Blue Angels
F/A-18 Hornet fighter jet.
Shot By: Jim Gleason & Terren Lin
Edited By: Jim Gleason
Read the story here:
MVS - 1998 Chevrolet Corvette (C5)
Today's Vehicle Spotlight shines on the 1998 Chevrolet Corvette. We will
take a look at everything from the exterior features to the interior
features and everything else in between.
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Corvette reading diagnostic codes on the instrument panel 97- 04 by froggy
I show how to retrieve and use OBD2 diagnostic trouble codes on a 1997 to
2004 C5 Corvette. You do not need a special tool (code reader) to access
these codes. This procedure is not mentioned in the owner's manual. The
codes can be looked up on the internet to help figure out what is wrong
with the car. by froggy
How to Enter & Exit a Corvette With a Dead Battery - Ross Downing Chevrolet
The Chevy Corvette doesn't use an actual "key" to lock and unlock its
doors. So how to you get into a Corvette when the battery dies?
The C6 Corvettes use a fob that contains a key within it. If your Corvette
battery dies, simply remove the key from within the fob device and insert
it into the keyhole above the license plate panel at the rear of the car.
Turn the key to unlatch the trunk, where you will find a cable on the left
side of the trunk interior that you can pull to open the driver side car
How do you get out of a Corvette with a dead battery?
Help avoid this potentially embarrassing situation by knowing how to get
out of your own car! There is a lever that you can pull on the driver side
floor on the left side of the seat that will open the door for you. It may
sound simple, but you wouldn't want to be trapped in a hot Vette in the
summer yelling for help!
Get more from your Chevy vehicles by visiting RossDowningChevrolet.com or
Tire Air Pressure Sensor - What is It - TPMS Warning Light - Reset Tire Pressure Light
Do you know what the auto part in this video is and what it does? Is your
TPMS, Tire Pressure Management Sensor, yellow warning light coming on your
dashboard as you drive?
Most newer vehicles these days have a tire pressure sensor system to
monitor tire pressure inside the tire and relay the message back to the on
board computer. If the warning light is on, first check the tire pressure
in all 5, yes the spare tire will likely have a sensor too. If the tire
pressure is ok in all 5 tires, then you will need to have a mechanic use a
hand held scan tool to test and possibly reset each tire sensor to turn the
warning light off.
In my video above, we were unable to communicate with one of the tire
sensors and had to take the tire off and check the sensor manually. In this
case the battery located inside the tire pressure sensor had died and the
sensor had to be replaced.
The battery life of the TPMS seems to be about 5 years, and most of these
sensors are sealed and the battery is not serviceable.
If your tire pressure warning light (TPMS) is on, check the tire pressure
first, including the spare tire and if you still have the light on then you
will need to seek a mechanic. Discounttire.com and I think Walmart.com auto
department should be able to test and reset the sensors for you and replace
them if needed.
Hope this helps