The 1984 Chevrolet Corvette was a completely redesigned body style from the previous model year. The rear bumper of the 1984 Corvette was a single piece of fiberglass wrapping around the sides of the car. This body component is often referred to the as the rear fascia and contains four taillights and the tag opening. Removal of the rear fascia may be required to repair crash damage or to reach the rear portion of the frame.
Things You’ll Need: Battery terminal wrench, Ratchet, Metric sockets, Extensions, Phillips screwdriver, Torx screwdriver
- Park the Corvette on a flat surface and engage the emergency brake to secure the car from moving. Open the hood and use the battery terminal wrench to remove the negative battery cable from the battery.