Owners of some 2005 Corvettes may comment that the I/P compartment door appears warped and extends outward near the center IP. This may be caused by the torque sequence when the door is installed by the plant.
To correct the condition, loosen the attaching screws at the bottom of the door. Then re-tighten the screws, beginning with the outboard screw, the one on the right side and then the inboard screws.
- Thanks to Paul Radzwilowicz, GM TechLink, March, 2005
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