All the Corvette vendors carry it, Ecklers, Paragon, Zip, etc.
I have a 1972 Corvette and the power window relay is in the shifter console, just forward of the power window switches. I would believe it's in the same place in the '73. Good Luck
On a 1987 corvette the relay is behind the info center display. There is also a fuse for the horn which is usually whats wrong its a 15 amp. if its blown i would replace this before the relay. You need to remove the center bezel, then remove the info center and you will find lots of stuff back there.
The 80 Vette uses a manual fuel pump. There is no relay.
A fuel pump relay provides power to turn on fuel pump. A relay allows small current to control high current- example- a starter relay-- If you didnt have a starter relay- the big thick starter wires would have to run to the ignition switch, and then back to the starter. with a relay- you only have little tiny wires running to the ignition switch... when you turn the ignition switch on, a little bit of current goes through the tiny wires to the relay- which powers a coil- which then makes the contacts inside the relay connect- which then allows the high current to run through the big wires to the starter. kinda simple- but can be confusing. carmine C-
yes, if the relay were stuck, or the contacts welded shut, it would allow the incoming Hot wire to pass power through to the other two wires.
could be a bad pump mabey the relay went bad
no it should be ok because your fuse would have blown and protected the eletrical system.
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.
Flasher relay is bad if the lights come on but do not flash. If they lights do not come on at all then the bulbs may be blown or the fuse if blown.
On my 88 240 the wiper relay is located to the left of the clutch pedal, behind the insulation and a small metal plate - just pull the wires out from the top, and you should find the relay.
You shouldn't unless you can go wider & keep same sidewall. Don't do anything unless it would improve the handling otherwise you defeat the purpose of having a vette.
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.
No, not unless your connect the plug wires wrong or one of the new spark plugs was bad.
Interior lights often stay on after the door is closed because of a faulty relay. There could also be a broken wire or a short circuit.
The only nickel I can think of in a Corvette, would be in the engine bearing inserts.
mabey bad plug wires or plugs....or rotor in the distributor...but im 16 what do i know
Could be a number of reasons...I would begin by replacing your plugs and wires if it does not misfire at idle, then that usually means you have a cracked plug, or faulty wire.
If you haven't already, replace the headlight. Chris
If you're sure the fuse is okay, the next thing to check is the bulbs. If the bulbs are okay, the problem could be the turn signal relay, also called the flasher relay.
The relay is a dark green color...located in the center console wiring, after you have the console apart, it would be located directly to the right of your right leg if you were sitting in the driver seat...good luck finding a replacement..kinda hard to find.
Inproper polarity on horn wires. or horn relay bad. Ensure voltage (12VDC) on horn wire when activating horn. If nothing... suspect relay.
I would search on ebay or craiglist for a used corvette at an affordable price.