Chevrolet issued another recall notice in February pertaining to the 2014 Corvette Stingray. The recall affects certain Corvette Stingrays that may have been built with an out-of-position “anti-siphon” grid within the fuel fill pipe. That grid may move over time and become located from slightly deeper in the fuel fill pipe to totally dislodged from the pipe and move to the bottom of the fuel tank.
Dealers are instructed to replace the fuel tank fill pipe and if necessary, inspect the fuel tank for the dislodged anti-siphon grid.
There are no VIN ranges published with this recall notice. To find out if your Corvette Stingray should have its fuel fill pipe replaced, you are instructed to visit GM’s Recall website and enter your VIN to see if your Corvette is one of those on the list.
GM is also sending letters out according to C7 owners on the Corvette Forum who have say that have received one.
According to the forum, as many as 14,600 Stingrays may need to have the fuel filler pipe and anti-siphon grid replaced. The illustration below comes for the service manual:
visit GM’s Recall website to find any recalls for your C7 Corvette.
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