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Corvette C5 Trouble Code Procedure

Mark shows you how to get the computer trouble codes aka - diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) out of your C5 Corvette from 1997 to 2004 and save you time and money while your at it. A simple fool proof DIC procedure gets you the information you want without the $80 charge and regular hassle of going to your dealer.


 


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2008 BMW M3 E92 races a 1998 C5 Corvette Coupe
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Retreiving & Clearing Codes on a 1997-2004 C5 Corvette
Learn how to access the dash information center on a 1997-2004 C5 Corvette. With access to the DIC, C5 Corvette owners can read and clear codes in a matter of seconds. Watch how we do just that on this Corvette.





Corvette C5/C6 Front Shock Removal
Removal of the front shocks. Notes: 2x13mm bolt/nut on lower control arm 1x15mm nut on shock stem. Lisle 20400 tool recommended for removal of stem nut. (I show in the video how to use the tool) Definitely need to move wheel speed sensor harness to get at lower shock bolt on each side. For driver's side, removal of coolant overflow tank is required. (2x10mm nut) For passenger side, may be able to move fuse box to get a better wrench swing. (C6 only, no reference for C5) Note, this was performed on an 09 Z06. Non-Z06s and other years may have slight differences. Torque specs available at http://www.eliteengineeringusa.com/usefulinfo.html and other sources.





Install Corvette Window Regulator
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Corvette electrical ground locations and servicing C5 models by froggy
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Chevrolet Corvette C5--Chicago Cars Direct
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Corvette C5 manual transmission fluid change by froggy
Corvette C5 manual transmission fluid change Redline D4ATF by froggy Attempt all work at your own risk. The publisher bears no responsibility for improper or unsafe repairs, injury, or damages to property that may result from your work or this video.





Chevrolet Corvette C5 Z06--Test Drive Video Review with Chris Moran
http://www.SupercarNetwork.com An up-close look and short test drive of a nearly brand-new 2003 Corvette Z06 from Midwest Auto Collection. Presented by Chris Moran. The Corvette, Chevrolet's most famous and likely GM's most prominent model, has seen nearly 60 years of production. Throughout it's production run, the fundamental characteristics have remained largely unchanged: front engine, rear drive, two seats. After the Chevy small-block V8 engine was introduced, you could add V8 to that list. Since 1955, all Corvettes have had some variation of a V8 engine. In late 1996, Chevrolet unveiled the all new fifth-generation Corvette (C5). The C5 was the most revolutionary Corvette to date. With a brand new space-frame design structure, to the creative use of balsa wood for its floorboards, it was a technological marvel of its time and one of the first American sports cars to receive a warm global reception. With a greatly improved interior and daily drivability, the C5 was an immediate success. It's performance numbers were in line with the likes of Porsche and Ferrari, something the Corvette had never really achieved. For the 2001 model year, Chevrolet introduced the Z06. The Z06 was based on the unpopular "hardtop" model which was produced from 1999-2000. The hardtop proved ideal for the new Z06, as its curb weight decreased and structural rigidity increased in this configuration. At the heart of the Z06 model was the 5.7 Liter LS6 V8 engine. Still a pushrod V8 after all these years, this new model produced 385 horsepower, with a 20 horsepower increase only a year away. Titanium mufflers and magnesium wheels were standard fare, and though this was a performance model, the well-equipped interior from the coupe was nearly unchanged. A Bose sound system, Heads-Up Display (HUD), and Automatic Climate Control were standard. Unique to the Z06 were interior color options, as well as embroidered headrests indicating this is indeed a Z06. For the 2002 year, the LS6 was bumped to 405 horsepower, though all else stayed unchanged. So here we stand. With only 10,000 miles on this 2002 Chevrolet Corvette Z06, this car is almost brand new. It smells brand new inside, it looks like a factory new car. It's completely stock, no modifications that you see on so many other Z06s. Turn the key, and you are greeted by a distinct V8 rumble, and a quick blip of the throttle brings amazing sounds to life. The clutches are light in these cars, something you wouldn't expect from such a torque monster. The low-rev pull in this car is amazing. It's so powerful that you feel you could drive it in 3rd gear all day, but run it to redline and you'll hear a sound reminiscent of wide open stock car racing. It's power so abundant that it feels somewhat limitless. There is a "competitive driving" mode in the stability control system that allows for more play than the normal threshold allows. You can drift the car in this mode, but the ABS might give you a hand before you get completely nuts and hurt yourself. An electronic "safety net", in a way. Years ago, I had the opportunity to take my Dad for a ride in a 2002 Z06. The car was almost brand new at the time. We strapped ourselves in, my Dad riding shotgun, and I remember telling him to hold on. I popped the shifter into first, idled onto the roadway and buried the pedal...I distinctly remember the expletives shielding the raw terror my Dad experienced for roughly 4 seconds. I hit second gear at redline and ripped the car sideways as we were still fiercely accelerating, only to welcome a dead silence and deep breaths once I lifted. Today, I've had the old man in faster, newer, and much more expensive cars. He's not a car guy at all, but he knows if I'm excited about something, it must be remarkable. Still today, no other car has made such a distinct impression on my father. Eight years later, he occasionally asks the question "Hey, remember when we drove that Corvette?" Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars, Chicago Motor Cars.chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars chicago motor cars www.chicagomotorcars.com





C5 Corvette 'Service Column Lock' Message Fix
Well my 2001 Corvette Z06 got the dreaded "SERVICE COLUMN LOCK" message after sitting for a while during my summer vacation to Cancun and having the battery die. After changing the battery I first got the "PULL KEY WAIT 10 SEC" message, then after doing as told, "SERVICE COLUMN LOCK" came onto the display. The steering wheel was still easily tunable, so this Vette must have had the recall service done by its previous owner; however my fuel would cut off at 2 MPH since the cars BCM must have thought the steering was locked. After hearing from a couple guys on corvetteforum that the LMC5 from ComplianceParts(DOT)com is the way to go, I decided to give it a shot. The install was quite simple, and so far it has fixed the fuel cutoff, as well as both messages.





C5 Corvette TPMS Reset - CorvetteOnline.com
Resetting the Tire Pressure Monitoring System transmitters on a C5 (1997-2004) Chevy Corvette using nothing but a magnet and your own wits - It's easy and fun!





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Corvette C5 EXTREME Sound! Burnouts + Accelerations
Facebook: http://on.fb.me/Marchettino Twitter: http://twitter.com/MarchettinoYT I have filmed a friend's Corvette C5 Convertible fitted with an incredibly loud Corsa Touring Exhaust with Tigershark tips and QTP electric cutouts. Video shows multiple standing starts, revving, burnouts, loud full throttle accelerations and fast fly bys, turn up the speakers for the loud Exhaust sound! Marchettino Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/MarchettinoYoutube Marchettino Twitter page: http://twitter.com/Marchettino




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