Remove the water supply hose from the top of your 1984 Chevy Corvette thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. The old thermostat will lift out. Put the new thermostat in and reverse the process.
Drain the water from your 1988 Chevy Corvette cooling system. Remove the water supply hose from the top of your thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing bolts. Remove the thermostat. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.
Drain the water from your 2001 Chevy Corvette cooling system. Remove the water supply hose from the top of the thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. Remove the old thermostat. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.
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195 degrees F
Whatever degree the installed thermostat is. Typically 195 degrees if it has a 195 degree thermostat.
The thermostat is located inside of the water inlet on top or the engine. Remove the top radiator hose, then the inlet to get to it.
The 1998 Chevy Corvette cooling operating temperature limit is 210 degrees. The 1998 Chevrolet Corvette has an 195 degree thermostat.
I bought one new in '76. Think it was 180.
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The coolant fan switch is located close to the thermostat.
its next to the thermostat housing
the thermostat is located on the housing were the top radiator hose ends on the engine you need to undo hose then two bolts and thermostat is under housing you will need a new gasket when repacing it
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The 1995 General Motors/Chevrolet Corvette came equipped with the 5.7L OHV LT1 and a 32V DOHC LT5 small-block V8. The thermostat will be located towards the front center of the engine bay. It can be found be following the prominent upper radiator hose to its base on the engine.
The vehicle was factory equipped with a 195 degree thermostat. The early C4 Corvettes had to run hot to burn off emissions and meet federal standards.
Thermostat-Open-95 degree C Fully open-130 degree C
Yes and No!! A viper can beat the Corvette at the beginning but at the end, the Corvette will win!! The Viper is lighter and has more pull but the Corvette has just plainly more horsepower! Not really. The Corvette is weighed down with all the technology in it. everything is engineered to exact standards so the Corvette can perform. The Viper will be left burning rubber and spinning out making a lot of noise as the Corvette smoothly sails off. Dumptruck versus The ultimate American Car. The Corvette takes all.
There are 2 engine types for 1993: LT1 in standard Corvettes coupe & convertible = VIN P engine - 300 HP LT5 in ZR1 Corvette models = VIN J engine - 405 HP For LT1, follow lower right radiator hose up to top of engine at thermostat housing For LT5, follow short lower right radiator hose to thermostat housing
You can fix your 1985 Chevy Corvette by replacing the thermostat. If the automobile still runs hot, you might need to replace the cylinder head gasket.
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You should have a thermostat that keeps the engine coolant temperature at 180 or 195. If you are in a cool climate the 195 will work best.
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