Common questions

Why do the lights go off on my 88 corvette?

Why do the lights go off on my 88 corvette?

“E” is the Reset signal used by the Delay Module to turn the Module off when you turn the ignition key to on. So the lights go off. Here’s the circuit diagram in the GM Manual for my 88 Corvette. The metal piece is a heatsink on a large transistor. The Transistor is in a TO 220 case, and in mine tested faulty. It’s no longer available.

Where are the fuses for the dashboard lights?

Check under the hood, under the dashboard, or near or in the glove compartment. Once you find the fuse box or boxes, remove the lid and check the diagram on the underside of the lid for a fuse labeled “dash lights” or just “lights.” Refer to your owner’s manual if you have trouble locating the fuse boxes or the dashboard light fuse.

How does a dimmer module work on a corvette?

The hatch door switches don’t work, but the console hatch switch does. The interior lights come on by turning the light switch but not when you open the door, or they may stay on all the time. Test by grounding the thick white wire at the module – door hatch switches should work. Check the black wire is connected to ground.

Where is the control switch for the dashboard lights?

Most vehicles have a dashboard lights control switch that will dim the dashboard lights, as well as turn them off. Check the control switch, which should be located on the console near the steering column or part of the headlight switch. [ [Image:Fix Dashboard Lights That Won’t Light Step 1 Version 3.jpg|center]]

What was the interior of a 1992 corvette?

For 1992, General Motors made the decision to reduce the formerly standard six-way power passenger seat to an extra-cost option. This decision was short-lived and returned as a standard option in 1993. The interior was also devoid of any real physical changes, although a number of subtle improvements were made.

When was the exposed headlights introduced in the corvette?

The exposed headlights would be reintroduced a few years later with the introduction of the C6 Corvette in 2005. Even the transmission, which was mounted in the rear of this prototype, would find its way into future generations of the Chevy Corvette.

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Ruth Doyle