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1966 Corvette: Product Data Book: Radiator Grille Supports

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Subject:   Radiator Grille Supports
Model and Year: 1966 Corvette
Source: Technical Service Department - Product Data Book
Page: 1
Section: XIII, Group 2
Date: March 22, 1966

When 1966 Corvettes are driven on rough surface roads, there is a possibility the outer grille supports may break at the body attaching locations.

In production, starting with serial #S115499, the radiator grille supports are of an improved design and a radiator support rod has been added at the center.  This is similar to 1965 production.

If outer grille support breakage is encountered on vehicles built prior to serial #S115499, install radiator grille supports, Part No. 3897389, and center radiator support rod, Part No. 3897387. (fig. 1).

1966 Corvette Grille Supports

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1966 Corvette: Product Data Book: Radiator Grille Supports

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