Mine did the same thing and I worked the stalk on and off a bunch of times and the problem went away, I have been told this happens because I almost never drive at night and never turn lights on, mine also would not turn lights on when this was happenning
Leak in the vaccume lines.
If you go to corvettemagazine.com and click on there tech link they had an article that tells you step by step with pics how to repair the headlight motors
Corvette Magazine Tech Articles has a step by step process including photos. http://www.corvettemagazine.com/2002/february/c4lights/light1.asp
in the front (driver side) wheel well under a 6x6 cover mounted to the wheel well facing forward there are 3 relays 2 are for the headlight motors left and right
Go to http://www.corvettefever.com/howto/33098/index.html. This gives full description for rebuilding C4 headlght drives.
The plastic gears in the headlight motors are weak. I had the same problem with my 1984 Corvette. You can get a new motor, but it's much cheaper to get new gears. Check out the C4 section at CorvetteForum.com for a how-to on replacing it.
General Motors, they have been the only one to produce the Corvette.
The Chevrolet Division of General Motors.
It is made by Chevrolet which is part of General Motors.
98-00 Trans Am Headlight motors reverseI bought some corvette headlight motors on eBay for my 98 and they work backwards, also the head light contol module looks Identical, but there again will make the headlights work backwards. Hope this helps.
If you mean the headlight motors, go to corvettemagazine.com and click on the technical link. they have the procedure with photos and you can get the bushings (use Delrin, not nylon) on eBay for less than $10 to do both. it takes about 1 hour per headlight opposed to paying $300 per headlight to have it done.
GM in U.S. (G.M. stands for General motors)
Don't replace the headlight motors, you'll only be wasting your money. Instead, just rebuild them by buying the headlight motor rebuild kit. Check out these links. http://www.bfranker.badz28.com/headlightfix/ http://www.rodneydickman.com/index.html
The headlights "retract" by gravity but lift via a lift motor. Failed headlight lift motors are probably one of the biggest problems on early 1990 versions of the Capri. If one headlight lifts fine but the other one won't, you'll need to replace the lift motor. Mercury did put a manual lift knob behind each headlight that can be turned by hand to lift the headlight into place in the event of a motor failure. You can use the lockout switch on the center console near the emergency brake to lock the headlights in the UP position once you get both of them up properly. This avoids having to open the hood and crank the knob every time you turn the lights on. Rebuilt lift motors are available online at many autoparts places that specialize in Capri - just Google "Capri headlight lift motor"
Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors Corporation.
The United States of America. The Corvette was designed by Harley Earl. A California born auto designer who worked for General Motors.
Chevrolet. Manufactured in Bowling Green, Ky.
It would have to be GM, cause Fiat is Italian. The Corvette is manufacture in Ky at a General Motors plant.
try rockauto.com or your local junkyard
The 350 LT1 in the 1993-97 Z28s are considered by some as a "detuned" Corvette engine, but they never matched the Corvette in actual horsepower ratings (not officially, anyway)
Electric headlight motors need replaced.
The types of motors in Chevrolet Corvett's are ZL 402 Crate Engine Block. You can find out more information at www.corvettefever.com › Featured Corvettes Chevy's website features a page that details the standard options on various Corvette models, including the engines: http://www.chevrolet.com/corvette/ The site lets you "build your own" Corvette, including options for the engine.
If the motors run but lights do not come up you need to remove motors and the pull apart and put in small sections of hose these is detailed info on thirdgeneraton.com