How to Remove the Ignition from an Impala?

Answer The ignition is a part on your Impala which helps you to start the engine. Continuous use of a vehicle can cause difficulties in starting the engine over time. This can lead to certain parts of the... Read More »

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How to Remove the Air Bag From a 2000 Impala?

The driver's airbag on the 2000 Chevrolet Impala is part of the steering wheel assembly and can be removed by unfastening the steering wheel assembly. The airbag is connected to a fuse in the vehic... Read More »

How to Remove a Battery From a 5.3L 2007 Impala?

The battery in a 2007 Chevrolet Impala is stored in the engine compartment of the car. The battery has a life of approximately 4 years before it starts to get weak. It's a good idea to test the bat... Read More »

How to Remove a 327 Engine from a Chevy Impala?

Chevy got a lot of play out of their small block engine. It began in 1955 as 265-cubic-inches and morphed into 400-cubic-inches by 1970. The Chevy 327 was a popular NASCAR short track engine, super... Read More »

How to Remove Moisture From an Impala Headlight?

The Chevy Impala headlight assembly has three bulbs in it: the low-beam, the high-beam and the directional marker. Moisture inside the headlight assembly on an Impala can lead to costly electrical ... Read More »