Question about 2000 Chevrolet Impala
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
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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