Manual How to Restore Your Corvette: 1968-1982 (NONE)

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This site uses cookies. Thankyou in anticipation Ross. We think the door glass is out of track. That door panel needs to come off and he needs to check the adjustment points and the rollers that guide that glass along the track! Please contact us here and we can help: Your article is very well documented, and the pictures are a great help.

I am new to restoring and I hope you will forgive what might be a stupid question. I have a 74 coupe and the motor on the lh door is not working.

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Could you advise me? Tank you for taking the time to write Zip Products. You should be able to push down on the window enough to have it go into the door. Use a clip removal tool to release the clip that holds the lock knob on the shaft, and remove the knob. Pull the door handle out and use a long-bladed screwdriver to remove the retaining screw, and then slide the handle off the opening mechanism.

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A Philips screwdriver is required to remove the two door-pull retaining screws and the door-pull handle itself. Next remove the two lower panel retaining screws at the front and rear of the door panel as well as the upper panel retaining screw.

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With all of the screws removed, the panel can be lifted off the door. Pull upwards and outwards at the same time. The screws retaining the power window motor compartment cover are removed next. Unplug the wiring harness from the power window motor after the compartment cover is removed. A gear wrench will make removing the power window motor retaining bolts considerably easier that using a standard box or open end wrench. During this time, the Corvette earned a fanatical following and iconic status. Over the course of year production run of the third generation, more than a half-million Corvettes were built.

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  5. Many Corvettes have been driven aggressively during their lifetime while others have not been properly stored nor maintained. Whether it's hard use, neglect or just elapsed time, often these years-old or older cars require a major restoration and not just simple repair. Through the pages of this book, you are expertly guided through each crucial stage of the restoration process from disassembly to inspection and parts selection to assembly.

    The hands-on restoration techniques for all major component groups are explained in exceptional detail for professional results, including suspension, engine, interior, body, paint, brakes, steering, electrical, and interior. Special coverage is devoted to restoring the birdcage frame and the fiberglass body.