Question about 1994 Chevrolet Corvette
Rather that buy another cassette/radio, I would like to replace the broken "DRIVE BELT" myself. The unit is out of the dash—I just need to know where I can locate replacement belts for this unit— I've searched everywhere on-line. Also, I would need info or a diagram of the correct way to "route the belt. THANKYOU KINDLY.
Donne Trav, you can take that belt to an electronics shop (your neighborhood shop is best). They will most likely have replacement belts. They will also have a tool that measures the belt so you know which size to get. I used to fix T.V.'s and VCR's. Its the best method when you cannot source an original belt. As far as the diagram, I would need a model # of the radio to even start a search for such a thing.
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