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1989 - 1990 Corvette: Service Bulletin: Convertible Stowage Lid Not Flush With Rear Deck

Source: Chevrolet Dealer Service Bulletin
Number: 90-183-10 - (02/20/1990)
Subject: STOWAGE LID NOT FLUSH W/REAR DECK-PROCEDURE & STEEL RIVETS
Model Year: 1989-90 Y Car Convertible

Some 1989 and early 1990 Chevrolet Corvette Convertibles may exhibit a height difference between the stowage compartment lid and the rear deck. This condition may be caused by a lack of adhesive between the steel inner reinforcement and the stowage compartment lid inner panel.

CORRECTION:

  1. Remove the stowage lid as outlined in the Service Manual.
  2. Drill 8 (eight) equally spaced 1/8 inch holes through the vertical surface (See Figure 1) of the stowage lid inner panel and the reinforcement.

    IMPORTANT: Use a Drill Stop Set at a Depth of 1 inch when drilling these holes in order to prevent damage to the compartment lid.
  3. Install 1/8 inch diameter X 1/4 inch long STEEL rivets in the holes.

    IMPORTANT: Do not use aluminum rivets as they will not provide the strength necessary to keep the lid from bowing.
  4. Coat the rivet heads with touch-up paint to prevent rust.
  5. Replace stowage lid as outlined in the Service Manual.


Labor Operation Number: T1580
Labor Time: .4 Hour Convertible

Labor Operation Number: T1581
Labor Time: 1.0 Hour Hardtop Convertible

 

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