Question about 2002 Chevrolet Malibu
First remove Hold down clamps . Next remove cables , negative first then positive. Then remove the battery,its a good idea to wear gloves and eye protection when doing this.
You must find out how many Cold Cranking amps (CCA) your car needs to start, thats the size battery you purchase. Make sure its top or side post and same physical size as possible as your old battery.
Installiation is the reverse of removal.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the starter and jump the connections to a Battery to see if it spins. Make sure you connect positive to the positve end and the neg to the neg end. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
The door panel is held on with small plastic fasteners. Go to your local auto parts store and look in the auto body section for a trim removal tool.
If you do not want to buy the tool, you can use a flat tool of some sort.
Without the tool, you will need to buy plastic fasteners to replace the ones you ruin. (you'll need a flat prying tool at least 8 inches long and 2 inches wide)
Insert your flat prying tool in between the door panel and the door frame. Carefully work your way around the door, slowly popping the panel loose. Once you have the biggest part loose, you will have to pull up on the top and remove the rubber stripping between the window and door frame. Avoid at all cost ripping the plastic fasteners out of the door panel. You want to pull them loose from the door frame. More than likely, you will ruin several of the plastic fasteners. As I mentioned before, you can buy these at the auto parts store. I suggest taking a few with you so you can match them up with the new ones.
Posted on May 14, 2010
SOURCE: Chevy 2002 Malibu ERG valve
Symptoms of a bad EGR valve are usually stumbling idle or the engine stalling when the car is warm (normal operating temperature). Find the EGR valve and locate the vacuum line attached to it. Start the engine cold and wait for it to warm up. When the engine starts to stumble, pull off the vacuum line. If the EGR is bad, the engine idle will stabilize and no longer stumble.
Posted on May 25, 2010
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