How to Remove the C6 Corvette Shift Knob and Install the Southern Car Parts Shift Knob

The C6 Corvette Shift knob is kinda tricky to remove. Unlike most Shift Knobs, they simply unscrew. The Corvette C6 Shift knob comes off a little different, but once you know how to do it, it is really simple. See below for a quick and easy way to replace your shifter knob. Tools Needed T20 torx driver needed (2005-2007 and 2009) Phillips Screwdriver (2008) 3mm […]

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Halltech Corvette C5 Venom Installation

Halltech Venom Corvette C5 2001-2004 Installation Instructions Donated By Southern Car Parts ( Tools Needed Flat Head Screw Driver Hairdryer Freezer Please note there are two different style C5 Venom Air Bridges that may come with your intake. Do not be alarmed if yours does look like the one in the pictures. You should have one of the two styles shown in the installation directions […]

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Corvette C5 Headlight Switch-Blinker Arm Removal

This write-up will show the steps involved with removing the headlight switch / blinker arm / multi-function switch assembly, either for repair or replacement. There wasn’t a good picture-rich write-up that I could find so I documented my process, and maybe it’ll help somebody out. My particular problem was that when I turn on the headlights, the taillights wouldn’t work and the instrument panel would […]

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Corvette C6 Z06 Battery Charger Installation

Corvette C6 Z06 CTEK Battery Charger Installation This is a quick and easy way to install the Ctek Battery Charger in the two rear compartments of your car and have 1/2 inch of the AC power cable right above your license plate. Everything is in the car, all you need to do is plug it in when you want the car to be charged. Tools […]

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Corvette C5 Output Shaft Seal Leak Fix

Contributed by A.J Johnson/Digital Here’s the scenario. You pull your baby out of the garage and notice that something has leaked out of the rear of the car. The odd thing is that the leak is not dead center of the rear, it’s more to the left (or right if you’re really having a bad day). What you are probably experiencing is the failure […]

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