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2000 chevy impala overheat and starter failing tried changing 3 starters for no start, start relay, ckd battery for good one..reconnected, cleaned cables at battery......new one still has bad symptoms of bad starter but when tested, they ck good... now car is overheating as well...what is posible fix? some say, vapor lock? some say, bad starters..? 3? some say, thermostat bad, water pump? only possible sign maybe...not seen yet to remove is thermostat for overheat but no turn over-no start action issue too??...and sounds as bad starter, wigning....spooling no contact...but when removed at bench...ck ok..please assist car left up north till I can go get it again...

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Okay do this go directly to the starter and started directly from the starter, it should work or you can hear it kicking in but if it doesnt turn then the problem is gonna in the engine, if it turns the problem is gonna be in the electrical ,put possive current in the thiner cable thats the signal to strart. if nothing still then turn the engine by hand or use a ratchet from the front crank pulley to start it. when manually you turn it by hand try the starter again. the over heating part is all a diffrent side. when a car is over heated really hard you mess-up the headgaskets causing over 1,200 bill to your engine. but you wont know till you start it. be care full when you start it at the starter have some one with you and have the igntion on the on possion. and once again be carefull by not been around or the tranny in gear or getting stuck o the pullyes, k hope this helps send a feedback

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    Alex Duran Mar 08, 2015

    Well my car overheagex bad and blew headgaskets

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My 2001 Chevy Impala won't start. When I turn the key all ouside and inside lights comes on but that's it. No nothing else.


simple stuff 1st

  1. Check the battery for volts. You can have your lights but not enough to start. should read 12 or more volts. if not remove battery cables from posts clean posts back to silver color all the way around and charge.
  2. Clean the cables where they connect to posts till silver. Wire brush or file it
  3. reconnect and make sure there tight and try start
  4. if no start follow the battery cables and clean and tighten at starter and ground to frame.
  5. Try start
  6. no start then test solenoid and bench test starter.
Hope this helps Mike

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I have a 2003 Chevy Impala signals aren't working, when I turn the key to start the lights on the dash start to fade and the car doesn't crank over I checked the fuses there all good.


my be the alternator - mine went out and all the gauges and stuff quit working had to have it jumped twice to get it back to parts store so I could change alternator - may want to have that checked!!

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Turn key to start and nothing


Low or dead battery most likely, use this procedure to trouble shoot the system:
READ THIS ALL BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING
NOTE: some vehicles have the starter relay and starter mounted together as 1 unit. Sometimes the starter relay and starter are seperate. When I refer to "relay" it could also mean the starter and relay as 1 unit.
Note: "starter switch" is not to be confused with "key switch", although sometimes they are all one unit. The starter switch is usually mounted on the steering column and actuated by a metal rod. On units that are all one unit, the keyswitch/starter switch (both one unit) will have to be replaced. (this is a rare problem, so don't get worried just yet)
1. Check battery voltage, should be between 12.5-14.5 volts. if low voltage replace or charge battery, and try to start car, if it don't crank with new or charged battery, move on.
2. Check connections on the starter relay, even the small one coming from your starter switch. if loose or corroded, clean with a brush and reconnect them. Try to start your car. Did it start? if not, Move on
3. Well now we know the connections aren't the problem. How about a click? did you hear one? If a click is heard, go to #4, if nothing is heard, go to #5
4. Well at least the relay is clicking, but nothing else is going on. The relay is working, so the starter must be bad. Replace the starter and start your car!
5. Humm, connections aren't the problem, maybe the relay is bad, replace your relay with a new one. Move on
6. Now we have a new relay, with clean and tight connections. Start your car. Does it start? If yes, then HORRAY! we fixed it. Does it click? If so then goto #7, If it don't click, then goto #8
7. So here we have a new relay, with good connections that will click when trying to start the car, but nothing else happens. Starter is faulty, replace the starter, and off you go, see ya!
8. So here we have a new relay, with good connections, but it still won't click when we try to start our car. This means that your starter switch is faulty. Replace starter switch and try to start your car. Vroom! finally done with this car problem!
List of shortcuts: if you remove the starter switch lead (small wire) from the relay and apply +12v to its respective prong or lead on the relay, and your starter cranks, your starter switch is faulty. You can actually hook up a starter button this way. If you jump the two large wires together on the relay and it cranks, then the relay is faulty. If you jump the two large wires together and nothing happens, then starter is faulty, or wires to starter are loose or broken.

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An update I have a 96 chevy lumina I had the Battery and alternator tested they are fine the battery is about 3 months old. It was starting Up fine. After lettting it sit for 2 days now my car won't start....


Hope your engine has not froze up your waterpump, if it has then it will strip all your teeth off of your timing belt, IF YOUR LUCKY.If your coolent has frozen solid, it will push out freeze plugs and possibly bust your engine block.. I will assume the starter cranks your engine, if your starter don't work, ill go ahead and post the "my starter don't work" document I created. If it cranks but don't start, then I would test the fuel pressure, if that is fine, then its igniton related, such as coil or igniton module, possibly MAP sensor.

MY STARTER DON'T WORK
NOTE: some vehicles have the relay and starter mounted together as 1 unit. Sometimes the starter relay and starter are seperate. When I refer to "relay" it could also mean the starter and relay as 1 unit.
Note: "starter switch" is not to be confused with "key switch", although sometimes they are all one unit. The starter switch is usually mounted on the steering column and actuated by a metal rod. On units that are all one unit, the keyswitch/starter switch (both one unit) will have to be replaced. (this is a rare problem, so don't get worried just yet)

1. Check battery voltage, should be between 12.5-14.5 volts. if low voltage replace or charge battery, and try to start car, if it don't crank with new or charged battery, move on.

2. Check connections on the starter relay, even the small one coming from your starter switch. if loose or corroded, clean with a brush and reconnect them. Try to start your car. Did it start? if not, Move on

3. Well now we know the connections aren't the problem. How about a click? did you hear one? If a click is heard, go to #4, if nothing is heard, go to #5

4. Well at least the relay is clicking, but nothing else is going on. The relay is working, so the starter must be bad. Replace the starter and start your car!

5. Humm, connections aren't the problem, maybe the relay is bad, replace your relay with a new one. Move on

6. Now we have a new relay, with clean and tight connections. Start your car. Does it start? If yes, then HORRAY! we fixed it. Does it click? If so then goto #7, If it don't click, then goto #8

7. So here we have a new relay, with good connections that will click when trying to start the car, but nothing else happens. Starter is faulty, replace the starter, and off you go, see ya!

8. So here we have a new relay, with good connections, but it still won't click when we try to start our car. This means that your starter switch is faulty. Replace starter switch and try to start your car. Vroom! finally done with this car problem!

List of shortcuts: if you remove the starter switch lead (small wire) from the relay and apply +12v to its respective prong or lead on the relay, and your starter cranks, your starter switch is faulty. You can actually hook up a starter button this way. If you jump the two large wires together on the relay and it cranks, then the relay is faulty. If you jump the two large wires together and nothing happens, then starter is faulty, or wires to starter are loose or broken.

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Where is the starter located on a 2007 Chevy Impala? It just clicks when I turn it on and lights barely turn on and the air will turn on only when trying to jump the battery. Engine didn't turn on even...


Check the battery like this:
Turn on the headlights, then try to start the car.
If the headlights do not dim or go out, then the battery is likely ok.
Check that the battery cable plus post, goes to the starter, Minus post to a good ground, like the engine.
If wiring is ok, then look at the starter solenoid for a good connection.
Problem is most likely the Solenoid or starting relay, whichever the car uses.
Hope this helps.

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2000 chevy impala, starter spins but does not engage


if the starter spins but does not engage flywheel. then its the starter solinoid thats bad. its on top of starter, when key is turned to start, the solinoid is activated, and it pushes the gears out to make contact with flywheel to start vehicle. so the solinoid just spins with out kicking out to flywheel. change solinoid or get another starter. have a good day !

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Many European cars have relays that trigger the starter,maybe yours is bad? New battery and new starter? Need to check battery connections to vehicle especially ground wire to engine block. Starter face and flywheel housing have to be clean for good ground connection.
When it won't start do you try key numerous times? Sometimes (rarely) bad keyswitch.

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The starter motor on a car takes a lot of energy, you may be able to use the radio but not have enough power for the starter. You also might not be able to start it because the motor's starter or it's relay is bad. So here's what to do:

Check the connections on the battery, try loosening the connections and moving them around a bit, then tighten them down good.

Next go try to start it up again. If it still doesn't respond, turn your headlights on and see if they are still bright. If they are, then I would look into the starter or the starter relay.

The relay is in a box somewhere under your hood, possibly with some motor related fuses. Take the cover off and look at the under side of it. The cover should have a sticker displaying which relays do what. Now look for the air conditioner relay. Check to see if the air conditioner and starter relays have the same number printed or stamped on them. ONLY if the numbers mach, put the air conditioner relay in place of the starter relay, and try to start it again.

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If there is still no response after this, there is nothing more you can do unless you are capable of taking things apart and checking the wiring. Good luck!

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