Question about 2003 Chevrolet Impala
How to perform a tune up yourself
Plugs,plug wires and air cleaner, change oil and filter and tranny fluids. rotate tires, check tire pressures. totally flush radiator out, install new fluid and "water pump lubricant"..... and most important check all coolant lines for cracks or little leaks around fittings. coolant hoses don't last forever you know....and last but not least... your belts, espescially the idler pulley assembly for a good solid snap back return when relased. use a semi premium gas.... like a techron or shell that have an added chemical that will keep the internals parts cleaner and run more efficient. 89 octane will do just fine. you get what you pay for when you buy cheap gas.
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