1962 Chevrolet Corvette Wiring Diagram
Herein you will see the wiring diagram of 1961 Chevrolet Corvette. 1961 Corvette was the most desirable Corvette between 1957 and 1963. Although it might not be obvious, there were a lot of changes in the cove area for the 1962 Corvette. The most obvious deletion was the chrome outline around the bodyside coves, which also shed their triple chrome accent spears in favor of more conservative ribbed aluminum appliques, which were finished in black for subtlety. The previous silver mesh grille and its flanking cutouts were now finished in black, as was the background of the trunklid medallion. Under the hood, the 283 engine was bored and stroked to bring its cylinder dimensions to 4.00 × 3.25 inches and displacement up to 327 cid. The small-block V-8 would continue in this form as the Corvette’s main muscle through 1965. And muscular it was. Even the base 327 pumped out 250 bhp, and in top form could generate an explosive 360 bhp. The deeper-breathing 327 block necessitated a small but important change in the Rochester fuel-injection system, and heavier-duty bearings, larger ports, and a longer duration camshaft were fitted to all but the base 250-bhp engine. The extra power and torque of the larger 327 V-8 translated into truly ferocious 0-60-mph and quarter-mile acceleration. The four-speed/fuelie routinely hit the quarter-mile mark in 15 seconds or less at speeds of 100 mph or more.
These diagrams cover body and engine wiring diagram configurations. It shows the various electrical circuits, fuses, distributor, etc. It also includes electric windows, seats, wipers, etc. To view the 1962 Corvette wiring diagram, click picture above to enlarge.