Additional Maintenance and Lubrication
In addition to the items listed above, it is also recommended that the following items are inspected every 300 miles or 2 weeks, whichever comes first:

Compression Test

Carburetor Adjustments:

Idle Speed (1972-1976)

Idle Mixture (1972-1976)

Idle Speed and Mixture - Holley 2300

Fast Idle (1966-1976)

Dashpot Adjustment

Automatic Choke

Air Injection Reactor (A.I.R.)
Description and Operation
Check and Adjust Dwell

Ignition System

Ignition Timing

Spark Plugs

Transistorized Distributor (H.E.I. System)

Distributor (Breaker Point System)

Battery and Battery Cables

Crankcase Ventilation

Brakes

Clutch Pedal Play

Clutch Adjustment

Accelerator Linkage

Throttle Linkage Adjustment (Powerglide)

Throttle Linkage Adjustment (Turbo Hydra-matic 350)

Throttle Linkage Adjustment (Turbo Hydra-matic 400)

EGR Valve Check

Lubrication
Engine Oil

Engine Oil Drain and Replacement

Transmission, Automatic

Transmission, Manual

Distributor

Differential

Steering Gear

Power Steering
C3 --
Corvette Overview --
1973 Maint. Schedule
THE C3 CORVETTE - MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Maintenance Schedule
The time or mileage intervals indicated on this website are intended as a guide for establishing regular maintenance and lubrication periods.  Sustained heavy duty or high speed driving, or driving under adverse conditions may require more frequent servicing.


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1972 Corvette Maintenance Schedule
1974 Corvette Maintenance Schedule
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