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SOURCE: how to change 2004 impala thermostat

the thermostat is on the rear of engine above the transmission 2 bolts hold its housing bolts are horizontal

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SOURCE: My 2006 V6 Impala isn't throwing any heat. Could

It could be a number of things not only your t-stat but also an empty reserve tank and even your water pump could be bad. make sure to check all those things out before you go on a replacement spree.

Posted on Jan 30, 2010

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Are ou sure that you put it in the same way it came out? It can fit both ways upside down. But more than likely you have air in the system and it needs to be blead out. There should be to bleeders with 5/16 heads on them. One is on the left side of the engine on the bypass hose abopve the water pump and the other is on the right hand side near the thermostat. Start and run the engine with these open untill nothing comes out but coolant from both. I guarantee you get a lot of air out of the system and youll be good to go. It's cavitating fro the air in the system, you have to get the air OUT.

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SOURCE: Failed emission test..o2 says not ready, how do I

is the check engine light on? was it on prior to you taking it through emissions?
if you erase codes on the computer it takes up to 50 miles for the O2 sensors to be ready

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