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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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 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





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! If you can't find a ring magnet locally, here's an inexpensive suggestion from Amazon.com: http://amzn.to/1IV2FEw





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 door. 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 ChevyCorvette.com




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