Perform Your Own Corvette Maintenance for Savings and Satisfaction
From Jeffrey Zurschmeide, former About.com Guide
Anyone with a small set of basic hand tools can perform these maintenance tasks on a Corvette. Don't be afraid to ask friends and neighbors for help if you're not sure what to do, and use these articles as a learning opportunity to become more of a Corvette guru.
- Choosing the Right Engine Oil
- How To Read An Oil Can Label
- How to Wash, Wax, and Detail Your Corvette
- How To Dissasemble and Keep Track of Parts
Advanced Maintenance Tasks
If you're handy with a wrench and you already own a big floor jack and a set of jack stands, you can consider diving into these more advanced maintenance tasks and save some money at the mechanic's shop.
- Choosing Ignition Parts for Maintenance
- How To Refresh Your Ignition System
- Rebuild Your Front Suspension
- Corvette Performance in a Hurry
- Maintaining Your Corvette's Catalytic Converter
- How To Get Rid of Mouse (or Cat) Odors
- How to Clean Grungy Corvette Parts
- Should You Rebuild or Replace an Old Tired Corvette Engine?
- If You Choose to Rebuild Your Corvette Engine - Do It Yourself or Hire It Out?
- If You Choose To Assemble Your Own Corvette Engine
- What To Look For In A Professional Engine Builder
- How To Refresh or Replace Your C3 (1968-1982) Corvette Fuel Tank
- How To Replace Your Corvette Power Brake Vacuum Booster
- How To Fix a Crack in Your Corvette's Fiberglass Bodywork
- How To Replace Your Plastic Rear Bumper Skin
- How To Replace Your Corvette's Carpet
- Finding Frame Damage - And What To Do About It!