[VIDEO] The Corvette Mechanic Paul Koerner Has The Replacement LT2 Engine Installed But It Won’t Fire Up

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[VIDEO] The Corvette Mechanic Paul Koerner Has Replacement LT2 Engine Installed But It Won't Fire Up


We’ve been following the Corvette Mechanic Paul Koerner as he has been performing an LT2 engine swap at his dealership Key Chevrolet located in Middletown, CT. We were very excited to see in the last video that the warranty replacement LT2 engine had been reinstalled into the engine bay and now we are wanting to see it fired up for the first time. But as Paul will tell you, sometimes these complex engine swaps just don’t go as planned.

Paul was hoping to share the video of the C8 Corvette starting up and running, but now he’s dealing with another issue. This time it’s a blown fuse in the electrical center that is hidden under the battery tray. Paul shows us the blown fuse and gives his insight as to what might have happened as well as the process of gaining access to it as only the GM world class technician can.


Source:
The Corvette Mechanic / Facebook

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Kudos to Paul, but if I were the owner I would never have accepted a “reman” C8 drivetrain and insisted on a brand new car!

  2. absolutely!!!! the guy will never be happy with that car again i would think.

    like when you crash and get a repaint. you no longer want the car!!!

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