Rarely is due to switch failure, this system uses vaccum to raise the lights, Trace these lines(very easy) from the vaccum pods near the headlights themselves, back to the source, if no leaks are found, make sure you have vaccum at the intake manifold, if you have vaccum at the manifold then test the switch itself. There is a vacuum cutout switch under the steering colum. it looks like an old style door lock knob, if it in the dowm position the lights will stay up.
Start by reading the manual that came with the car. Check the section on "How to replace headlamps." Might be a good start.
Special order the headlamp online or you might be able to find one on ebay or amazon.
I have a 79 vette 350 and i use 10w40. you might want to switch to synthetic, i hear it is better for older cars. but once you switch to synthetic, you can't go back
Not very easy is the answer. I used to have a 2001 1.9JTD and it took a lot of swearing and bruised knuckles to replace the a headlamp bulb as I remember. I expect the easiest (and "correct") way is to remove the headlamps first which probably what the dealers do, but you might have to have them realigned afterwards. The car handbook offered no advice beyond take it to the dealer.
The approximate base price for a Chevrolet Corvette is $54,600. And that is for a new 2013 Chevrolet Corvette. If you were to try an older one then you might be able to find a lower price for one.
You can purchase a 1957 Chevy Corvette different places. There are some car dealers, used or new, that might have them as traded cars, you can check your newspaper, you might find them at car auctions. There is also many Corvette Clubs, you might try to locate one in your area to see if they can help you purchase one.
your engine compartment does not have any fuses in it to control the panel lites if its not the fuse it might be the headlamp switch,or power to it
The 2012 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 will have an older design, it will also have an older engine. The new 2013 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 won't have any flaws that the 2012 might have.
Had my headlamps replaced but auto running lights dont come on now..figures it might be a fuse?
In the 2009 the horn (pathetic thing that it is) is under the drivers side headlamp. The headlamp comes out with two screws on the top and you might need to remove the plastic buttons to allow the front grill to flex a little to get the headlamp out. I have not located the SPST relay yet, if there is one.
There are many places one might go to purchase a Corvette vehicle. If one is seeking to locate the number of a Corvette sales associate, one can easily find the number on the dealership's website.
Replace the battery and recharge if a rechargable battery if not it might need new bulb
he wont switch
One can purchase a used Corvette ZR1 online at the UK Car Site online shop, Car Sales Australian website and DuPont Registry. Other places where a Corvette ZR1 might be available are Corvette Conti and KBB online auto car services.
It is possible but you might want to wait a while for a baby like that
I don't think you can, I have completed the game, and I have only Razor's BMW. ^^ Cross's corvette u can, just not in carrer i don't think, you goto my cars add corvette, max out, vinyls, contest winner, cops or police, you might have to beat the game. What i want to know is how to make a corvette look most like a cop corvette from heat 3
If the 1998 Corvette headlights will not go on, you might have bad bulbs or a bad headlight fuse. You can check the fuses by removing the fuse box cover below the dashboard.
Your best bet is to remove center grill 1st. Then, access to the headlamp is much easier. You might also have to remove trim piece unde headlamp but, it simply pops in. Also, on those headlights, there is a center reflector piece inside the lamp itself. This is what the bulb goes in. Unfortunately, it is common in these cars that this piece becomes detached from the headlamp unit and floats around inside there...causing your beam to be up or down.
TAKE IT TO THE CHEVY DEALER MIGHT BE A RECALL ON RELAY
It will depend on if you want a new or used corvette. There is a place called roger's corvettes around your area (in Orlando) or you could just find a local dealership that might sell corvettes.
Vette questions are best answered at corvetteforum.com.. free to sign up for... but this might help.. on a 1977 vette the radio fuse is for radio, automatic transmission down-shift switch and rear defogger.. and it is a 20amp AGC fuse
try turning the steering wheel it might be sprung causing the key from turning all the way. or try pushing on the shift lever, it will not lock the wheel until the care is in park !
The ignition switch must be in position "ll" for automatic operation. The rotary collar on the "blinker" arm has four positions. A-off. B-Sidelights on. C-Headlamps on. D-Auto headlamps on. The rotary collar must be in the last, or fourth position for the auto feature to work. When the outside light fades to a certain pre-determined level the sidelights and and head lamps will come on after a short delay. The sensitivity level can be adjusted by turning the little control knob on the back of the mirror counter clockwise to lessen sensitivity or clockwise to increase! Keeping windshield really clean and not blocking the sensors with junk hanging from rearview mirror couldn't hurt either. Good luck.
Ignition switch is located above brake pedal on column. It has long flat electrical connector to it. If by ignition switch you mean the key tumbler: Remove steering wheel. Remove lock plate. Remove Turn signal switch. Remove screw retaining ignition. There should be a code stamped on the ignition. If the ignition is still good a locksmith can cut the key from the code. Might be cheaper to slap a new one if you have already got that far though.
Are you sure EMC Might be ECM Electronic control modual most likely.