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Product features

  • Instructions included
  • Fits all corvettes year 1997-2004
  • Quick and easy Installation!

Product Description

Corvette Steering Lock Simulator Kit: Works on: ALL C5 1997 – 2004 Corvettes (manual transmission) 1997 – 2000 Corvettes (automatic transmission) 2001 – 2004 Corvettes (automatic transmission on European exports only) Don’t take the chance of getting stranded out in the cold when your C5 Corvette’s locking mechanism on the steering column sticks or malfunctions. It is a know facts that this problem is prevalent with Corvettes falling into the productions years of 1997 – 2004. There are many recalls which have been implemented by Chevrolet for this defect, none of which appear to provide a permanent fix. Well, now you can feel at ease.. This is your permanent fix!! This simulator kit will bypass the steering lock mechanism while not hindering or affecting any of the corvettes other factory anti theft features. This kit was designed to bypass the steering column lock while telling the cars computer it is working fine. This will only take 1 hour of your time but provide a lifetime of relief from getting stranded because of a steering lock issue.. Here we have added a guide for your repair! photo vemp_0808_01_zc5_corvettesteering_column_lock_repair_zps2npx4aif.jpg “Failed steering-column locks are a common problem on Fifth-generation Corvettes. In addition to being annoying, this mechanical glitch can, under the right circumstances, prove downright dangerous. Editor’s note: This month’s issue was supposed to contain the final installment of our “C5 on a Shoestring” series. Unfortunately, a minor accident sidelined the car shortly before press time, making it impossible to perform any post-modification performance testing. We hope to have that story for you next month, but in the meantime, we’ve decided to address another topic of importance to C5 owners everywhere. If you own a C5 Corvette, it’s entirely possible that you’ve found yourself immobilized by a hopelessly locked steering wheel, a “Service Steering Column Lock” message glowing ominousl

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