- Aug 30, 2014
- 1987 CORVETTE CONV.
I have a 87 with 30000. 2 owner car. Car is in very god shape Body and suspension wise-- but I believe due to lack of use I have changed just about everything upfront driven by pullies-including alternator; water pump; air pump; Idler pulley and Ac stopped working last year. I had thermostat changed to160 and I believe computer chip installed in conjunction with that change. The car now starts and runs well now, however shows an intermittent code "36" on OBT1. Also after I drive at long stretches at say 80mph over 2hours -- car has a bad hesitation, almost to a stall if I try to accelerate hard at that speed. GM Maunal indicates a possibility of bad "mass air flow sensor burn-off relay" after a very long test procedure --which I did not do. The part was only $22 so I bought it along some MAS cleaner spray and MAS test tool. MY question is where is the MAS burn-off relay found? (picture If possible ),how hard is it to replace it? and what are the chances that replacing it will solve my problem my problem? Any help would be appreciated. (PS there are really no good C4 Vette technicians in Westchester NY..--The experience I had to date is typically -change parts at $1k a pop until they hit on a solution)