How to Change the Head Gasket on an 02 Impala?

Answer The head gasket in your 2002 Chevrolet Impala is used to seal the head cylinders and stop fluid from leaking out of the engine and into the cylinders. It is the most important sealing part of the e... Read More »

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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 a Leaking Intake Manifold Gasket in an Impala?

Chevrolet introduced the full-sized Impala into its automobile lineup for the 1958 model year. After nearly three decades of production, manufacturing was halted in 1985 and not continued until 199... Read More »

How to Change a Head Gasket?

A head gasket is what seals the head (the part that contains the valve train) to the block. Without this, the engine would not only leak coolant into the engine bay but also into the cylinders and ... Read More »

How to Change a Head Gasket on a V8?

The head gasket seals the joining of the cylinder head and the engine block. Bolts provide the force necessary to keep the two parts together. The gasket keeps the gases inside the combustion chamb... Read More »