Tired of your C3 Corvette "winking" at everyone with its headlights? The repair is easier than you think - and we can walk you through it step-by-step.
Read Zip's tech article "1968-1982 Corvette Headlight Vacuum System Repair" and you'll have your headlights behaving again in no time!
If one headlight refuses to lock into place, or the other sits only partially open, it's possible that your Corvette's front actuator seals are worn and need to be replaced. Small tears or holes are common because of age or use. The good news is that you can replace just the seals without having to purchase a complete new actuator. Get your 68-82 Headlight Actuator Rod Seal here.
While you're at it, you should consider replacing all of your Corvette's headlight door vacuum hoses and T's. Zip has color coded replacements to make the job easy.
With just a few basic hand tools and a few hours of work, you can get both headlight assemblies working like new again!
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