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Have a 96 impala ss and there is a scraping noise from transmisson? Just had an engine and transmission swap, possible yoke sleeve?

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    Found out it was the ac compressor with burned out bearings, replaced compressor and the sound along with high pitched belt noise is gone

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I would check the torque converter dust shield for being bent and scraping on converter as it spins.

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SOURCE: how do i install electric fans in a 96 impala ss?

I am not the most mechanical guy and i did it with out much problem. You can get the fans at alot of car parts houses. i just layed under neith the front bumper and there were only a couple of screws and a connector to plug back in.

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SOURCE: Where are the 2 IAT wires in my 96 Impala SS?

Do you mean the Intake Air Temperature sensor? If so, the sensor is located on the air cleaner housing or the air tube leading to the engine. It is usually a two wire connector. The only other sensor that may be in the intake air stream is a MAF and that would have 3 or more wires.

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Testimonial: "Thank you so much. Today I found the 3wires of the MAF and I thought two of them were the IAT wires but I guess those three are very different."

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SOURCE: why is my transmission on 96 impala ss is shifting

have it scanned you may have a tranny code

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SOURCE: 96 impala SS, is running

check air filter and fuel filter. look at spark plugs and wires make sure they are in good shape also.

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SOURCE: Code P1441 on 96 Chevy impala Ss comes On :/ how

do you smell gas? evap canister. check vacuum lines from evap or purge valve. do not reverse lines. or it could be nothing use obd 2 tool and clear code and see if it comes back..

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