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I am trying to fix the horn on a 02 chevy impala and the nuts will not come off the post attached to the original horn, any ideas for making it come off

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The mounting bolts ??? just mount the new one elsewhere as long as the original power wire will stretch...
it grounds through the horn

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SOURCE: Horn on the 02 Impala

THE HORN IS UP FRONT NEAR THE RADIATOR, HAVE SOME ONE TAP IT WHILE YOU LOOK, IT MAY BE UNDERNEATH OR DOWN LOW.

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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make sure the horn is making a good ground on the frame

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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There is no set mileage, many factors come into play. Weight of car, driving habits, where you are driving (highway/city) all determine how long they will last.
However, one rule generally applies: You will go through two sets of front brake pads for every one set of rear pads. This is because the majority of a cars braking happens in the front. Most pads have wear indicators, softer metal that makes contact, and sound, when the pads are getting low. Keep your ear out for this strange grinding sound. It's time to replace the pads! Hope this helps.

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there are at least two, buy one of each and take it to a muffler shop and pay them a few bucks to put them in for you. a lift makes this job fast and easy, without a lift it ain't so easy. save your knuckles, patience, and avoid frustration.

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SOURCE: 2008 Chevy Impala SS V8 , is making grinding noise during left turn and acelerating. Thought it was left hub bearing and had fix noise is still there. Any ideas?

sounds like something in the driveline. if wheel bearings are good it could be brake caliper making contact with rotor, axle bearings , or the transmission may be failing. if it does it worse in 1st gear then its more likely to be a transmission problem. check both sides though. often noise and vibration can travel from one side to the other. also check your tires for knots or cuts, flat spots or heavy brake dust on the wheel. tell me what you find. hope this helps.

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THE HORN IS UP FRONT NEAR THE RADIATOR, HAVE SOME ONE TAP IT WHILE YOU LOOK, IT MAY BE UNDERNEATH OR DOWN LOW.

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