How to Change a Thermostat in a 2001 Impala?

Answer On a 2001 Chevrolet Impala, the thermostat helps control the flow of coolant into the engine. When the thermostat opens up, coolant flows from the radiator into the engine block. When the thermosta... Read More »

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How to Change the Thermostat in a Chevy Impala?

The Chevy Impala debuted in 1958 as "a prestige car within the reach of the average" American. The model sold well until 1986 in favor of the Caprice. Chevy re-introduced the Impala in the mid-1990... Read More »

How to Change an Oil Pan Gasket on a 2001 Impala?

The 2001 Impala, like all vehicles, is lubricated with oil to prevent metal to metal contact. The oil is stored in a reservoir, i.e., the oil pan. The oil pan is located at the bottom of the engine... Read More »

How to Change the Oil in a 2001 Chevy Impala?

Changing the oil in your Chevy Impala is an important component of regular maintenance because without regular oil changes an Impala will begin to display signs of premature wearing in the form of ... Read More »

How to Clear a Change Oil Light in a 2001 Impala?

The change oil light on the 2001 Chevy Impala is designed to trigger at certain mileage interval to remind the driver to have the oil changed. There are two different procedures employed to reset t... Read More »