Question about 2006 Chevrolet Impala
Will not start after battery went dead over 30 day period the rest of the lights are not working also--car was fine when we parked it
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Posted on Jan 22, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2003 Impala - mystery problem???
you have something thats staying on with power when you shut the car off,first check all lights glove apartment,underhood,in trunk ,just because ther closed doesnt mean the light is off,check your car at night it might help to see the lights,if not another way is to take a multi meter to the battery and while some holds the meter pull out fuses in your fus box one at a time to see when the meter makes a change,this will help you to narrow down whats staying on and draining the power from the battery,if this helps please give me a fix ya vote
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
First, DON"T check your alternator that way anymore. It's not good to do on newer systems! The best, quickest check I can tell you is to put a volt meter across the battery. Running with accessories off you should see voltage of about 13.5 to 14.5.
With all accessories and headlamps on high turned on, it should not drop below 12.5. (and that is the absolute low end!).
It sounds like something in the car is staying on. check the glovebox light and interior light delay and make sure they are OK. Otherwise, you will have to start checking entire system for a draw that's taking out the battery overnight. To check, you can pull one fuse at a time and see if draw goes away, then check system that fuse serves.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
SOURCE: 2007 Chevrolet Impala LT
have your alternator checked,sometimes there are alternator fuses at the battery terminals,check if any are present (WHEN THOSE FUSES ARE BLOWN,YOU WILL NOT HAVE A CHARGE GOING TO THE BATTERY)
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
there is a computer chip in your key this is not actually a chip but in the ignition its self has thin white security wires and one of them is braking if you take your car to the shop they will tell you it will cost around 300.00 to fix but the new ignition will cost you around 100 dollars and to get the new key made you will have to take new key the dealer and buy new key with chip in it this will cost around 85 dollars so all and all it will cost you 185 and time and energy of course Tools needed Wheel puller, backing plate compressor , snap ring pliers, Philips head screw driver. Long story short pull wheel and change ignition cylinder get new key made at dealer
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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