How to Replace a Thermostat on a 2003 Monte Carlo?

Answer The 2003 Monte Carlo was designed to be a competitive entry into the growing market of high performance vehicles. Along with its counterparts, the Monte Carlo can be prone to overheating if the coo... Read More »

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How to Replace a Thermostat on 1996 Chevy Monte Carlo 3.1?

The 1996 Chevy Monte Carlo is a coupe designed for speed and comfort. The Monte Carlo uses a thermostat to regulate the cooling system and prevent the car from overheating. The thermostat opens to ... Read More »

How to Replace the Thermostat in a 1997 Chevy Monte Carlo?

A vehicle's thermostat controls the flow of anti-freeze (engine coolant) that enters the engine block. As the engine temperature rises, the thermostat automatically opens and allows a flow of coola... Read More »

How to Replace a 2003 Monte Carlo ECM?

If the ECM shorts out or stops working in your 2003 Monte Carlo, you have to replace it if you wish to keep driving the vehicle. The ECM is the computer that regulates everything the engine does. W... Read More »

How to Replace the Low Coolant Sensor on a 2003 Chevy Monte Carlo?

The low coolant sensor on the 2003 Chevy Monte Carlo sits next to the passenger side radiator tank. The sensor cavity is open to the antifreeze and can leak. The sensors are held in the tank with a... Read More »