NHTSA upgrades Corvette headlight investigation
The issue, which affects 103,374 cars, is believed to be caused by a fuse block in the engine bay. Located in a high-heat area, it can short out when exposed to increased temperatures, leading to the headlight failure. It's not entirely clear if the issues extend to the Corvette's Z06 and ZR1 variants.
General Motors is cooperating with NHTSA throughout the investigation, a spokesperson told The News.
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