1968-1982 Corvette heater cores typically begin leaking due to a breakdown in materials dropping anti-freeze and coolant on your Corvette's carpet. This is not a pretty sight. Removal of the heater core takes place from inside your Corvette. First the RH side lower dash pad must be removed, then access can be gained to the inner heater box. Remove all ductwork (windshield defrost, floor duct, side ducts, etc.). The main inner heater box is supported to the firewall by 4 to 6 studs, these stud plates are riveted to the inner heater box. By removing the nut on the opposite side of the firewall the inner box can be removed from the Corvette. The heater core is mounted with straps inside the inner heater box. Once the inner box is removed from the Corvette, the heater core can be replaced and reassembly can begin. At this time it is also a good idea to replace all the seals in your Corvette's heater & air condition system. Seal kits for 68-77 & 78-82 Corvettes include ductwork seals, inner box seals, heater/ac flapper door seals and firewall mount seals for internal and external heater boxes. Replacing these seals not only improves your Corvette's heater & AC performance, but also eliminates air drafts which are common on all C3 Corvettes.
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it will most likely be easier to just replace the pump all at once
Will a 1976 Corvette C3 Hood fit on a 1978 Corvette C3.
1976 top will not work on an 81' The latches are different.
The "StingRay" designation was dropped from the Corvette after 1976.
Corvette Specifications 1953 - 1982 http://corvette-world.com/corvette_specifications.php
A Corvette that was built in late 1976 up to late 1977.
look in the haynes manual for that year corvette
No, the last year for the Corvette to be called a Stingray was in 1976.
The 1976 Chevrolet Corvette has a 12 volt system.
What about it? Has four total.