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Re: Right front wheel gets hot.
It sounds like a classic "hot brake", your caliper is probably stuck depressed on the rotor. You will probably need to replace the caliper and both front rotors as the one that is getting hot is probably warped. They are replaced in pairs. Get the rotors/caliper and do it yourself. It really is a simple task with minimal tools/mechanical expertise. Get a Hanyes repair manual and it will be a breeze and save you $1K.
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get the front end aligned by a good shop that does this, they will go with factory specs unless the car is a rebuild from an accident..then they will tell you this..because the specs wont line up..repost findings please..
Could be a wheel, tire, or axle shaft. You could rotate the tires front to back and see if the vibration moves. If it does the problem is one of the tires or wheels. If it stays in the front, its probably one of the axle shafts. It could also be a hub bearing or something loose in the suspension. But a loose suspension part would normally show up when you hit a bump rather than on a smooth road.
ABS Fault Code List 1991 Corvette (C4) Code Definition 21 Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Fault 22 Right Front Toothed Wheel Frequency Error 25 Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Fault 26 Left Front Toothed Wheel Frequency Error 31 Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Fault 32 Right Rear Toothed Wheel Frequency Error 35 Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Fault 36 Left Rear Toothed Wheel Frequency Error 41 Right Front Solenoid Valve Fault 45 Left Front Solenoid Valve Fault 55 Rear Wheels Solenoid Valve Fault 61 Pump Motor or Motor Relay Fault 63 Solenoid Valve Relay Fault 71 Electronic Brake Control Module Fault 72 Serial Data Line Fault 75 Lateral Accelerometer Fault (Short ot Open) 76 Lateral Accelerometer Fault (Signal out of Range)
More than likely the heater valve is stuck open. You can usually purchase them from the local parts house. As far as the ride most of these cars ride this way. You can update the suspension with newer designs and shocks to allow a softer ride and can even get suspension that is adjustable allowing you to set the ride and performance yourself to your liking. Air suspension is probably also available to allow maximum soft ride.
You probably have a siezed brake caliper behind the wheel. If you can jack up the front of the car, both wheels should spin freely. If that one is difficult to turn, you should probably replace both calipers. A good time to have a look at the pads as well since you'll have it all apart and driving the car for any period of time like this has likely worn them out.