Yes, but you have to do it manualy because it doesn't have a power top.
remove the license plate and reach up through that opening. Corvettes weren't designed to be easy to work on.
it is easy
Watership Down - 1999 The Easy Life 1-3 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G
clean out your trottle body-easy to do it will run like a new one
Convertible cars have been going out of style lately, so it may not be easy or cheap to find one, especially if you are looking for some of the original convertible cars, as parts for those are more than likely out of production.
Easy. Just find someone with a '74 Corvette for sale and offer him or her money. If you offer enough, you win!
that's an easy one, its simply because your rear fender is reflecting in a way were your third string engine valve is snaped wich simply means you need a new cup holder. does that answer your question?
Yes it can, very easy to do, have to order a new latch from the dealer, just tell them it's the latch that locks the top down, and which side it's on. Hope this helps.
Extremely difficult, costly, and time consuming. Something you would not want to even contemplate. Just sell this car and buy a convertible. You will be money ahead.
14 -15 mpg average I have a 1999 convertable with a 6 speed manual transmition, I get about 32 miles per gallon on the highway if I keep it down to 70 MPH, witch isn't always easy to do, and in town I get around 22-25. When my foot gets heavy my milage isn't quit so good.
FROM UNDER THE ON THE AFFECTED SIDE REMOVE THE LOWER PANEL TO GAIN ACCESS TO UNDERSIDE WHERE THE LAMPS ARE. YOU HAVE TO REACH UP TO THE BACKSIDE OF THE LAMP, DEPRESS THE LOCK ON THE SOCKET, AND TURN IT OUT. DID I MENTION THAT THIS IS NOT AN EASY FEAT?
There is no easy way. The instrument cluster will have to be removed.
duct tape. or get a new top. there is no easy fix. try 5.0resto.com
it is on the drivers side tucked against the firewall,under the dashboard. not easy to see
poke a hole him with a pin. you let him down and it is easy!
Easy one. It's a mechanical pump located on the right (passenger) side of the engine close to the bottom. There will be at least two metal lines coming from it. If you replace it, be sure to put a little heavy grease on the shaft inside the motor to keep it from sliding down. If it slides down and you tighten on the pump on it, it will break. Done that myself. It's an easy job.
Some of them are easy to shoot down and some of them are not so the answer is yes and no.
Since it is all written down it provides easy access. so it makes it easy for one to know their rights.Since it is all written down it provides easy access. so it makes it easy for one to know their rights.Since it is all written down it provides easy access. so it makes it easy for one to know their rights.Since it is all written down it provides easy access. so it makes it easy for one to know their rights.Since it is all written down it provides easy access. so it makes it easy for one to know their rights.
RH under hood, between blower and evaporator according to diagram. The blower control module is most likely the culprit. It was on my 87 covette ,easy to replace but cost about $150.00
House Hunters - 1999 Big Easy Getaway was released on: USA: 12 January 2012
Yes, the crossmember for suspension is in front of the engine. Very easy job.
Is is as easy as lying down and getting up.
As easy as walking into a store and putting your money down, unfortunately.