diagram of motor od 1981 corvette
what could be pulling the battery down in a 1981 corvette
http://corvette-world.com 178 inches.
it depends on what style of 81 corvette, But a doubt it would work.
There is no computer.
The 1982 Corvette has two horns. both are located in the center under the front end, just in front of the radiator.
You can find reviews on a 1981 Corvette online at the CarGurus website. Once on the page, click on "Research" in the top navigation bar, then choose Make: Chevrolet, Model: Corvette and Year: 1981 to bring up the reviews.
The "Stingray" moniker was not used in 1981.
1976 top will not work on an 81' The latches are different.
The 1981 Corvette was built in St. Louis, Missouri, but half way through the model year Chevrolet moved production to Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Behind the driver's seat.
Yes. Although the L-82 engine was not a Corvette "option" in 1981, I've seen at least one 1981 Corvette with an L-82 motor and that option code was clearly listed on the window sticker. I'm guessing Chevrolet used up the last of its L-82 motors in early production 1981 Corvettes. It did in at least one anyway.
Supposedly, a 1981 Vette does not have an L-82 engine. It has an L-81 engine.
check to see if the glove box light is on.
Close the door
It is 90 ohms
Emission Components - usually
under the nose piece next to the head lights
A blown fuse.
Begin by removing the decorative radio cover from your 1981 Chevy Corvette radio. Remove the radio retaining screws. Slide the radio out and remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable.