Yep. Had the same problem on my 86. Changed the fan,sensor and relay.If you jumper the outer terminals on the relay connection you can tell if the fan works. If it does fine but the signal to 'throw' the relay from the ecm isn't working.Check with a test light for this signal.If ok replace relay.
prob have a bad ignition switch
First guess would be a bad switch.
Once again, seeing that I don't know a whole lot on the C4 Corvette I would ask this question in the C4 technical section on Smokinvette.com and get a dead on answer! Good luck!
contact a local Chevrolet dealr they will be able to confirm that
A friend had the same problem with his 87 Corvette . His was the chip in the ignition key . Had to replace ignition switch and key , about 40 dollars for the parts .
check the fuse for ingnition
Bad bulbs?Bad Hi-low switch?
Since there was no 1927 Corvette the answer would be NO.
it depends on what style of 81 corvette, But a doubt it would work.
Depending on the year it is 5 or 6 qts. LS1 style engines would be 6 qts.
It really depends on what corvette, if you ask about a corvette zr1 vs a viper, i think the corvette zr1 beats it by a mile,but if you ask about the corvette zo6 than i guess the viper would tie the corvette or beat it by a second.
BAD BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH AT TOP OF BRAKE PEDAL
Try changing the headlight switch.
The only nickel I can think of in a Corvette, would be in the engine bearing inserts.
bad headlight switch
check solenoid switch, starter cable will be hooked to it near battery
Try changing or checking the oil pressure switch next to distributor if it goes bad the engine will not fire or start. Motor (ECM) has to see at least 3 psi of oil pressure to start. And will also shut down if less than 3 psi.
I would search on ebay or craiglist for a used corvette at an affordable price.
have you tried turning the ouside dial on headlight switch that dims the gages bright or dull had a similar problem with 98 corvette no dash lights or hvac or running lights turned out to be multi function switch (headlights turnsignals)
you cant does it click when you switch on ignition if not change it.
Make sure the switch is plugged up correctly, and not up or down just A little,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, If correct, you got the wrong switch.
You simply click it, and it should say something about changing it... so you click whatever comes up and it should lead you to a page with lots of different pictures. Just click the one you would like!
Try to operate the horn and listen for a click from the horn relay probably located under the hood. If you don't hear a click I would check out the horn switch contacts in the steering wheel. If you hear a click I would check for power at the horn using a test light. If you have power at the horn connection when horn switch is activated it is probably the horn itself that is bad. If you have no power at the horn connection when the horn switch is activated replace the horn relay.