Question about Chevrolet Impala
Hi you could first check the starter motor has not stopped working, you can do this by, getting someone to turn te ignition ( as they would be turning the engine over) at the same time using either a piece of hard wood, or a hammer or anything that will reach the starter solenoid to be able to give it a few swift but firm knocks, if its a stuck starter then it will possibly work, if it is a u/s starter then all you will here is a click click sound.....NOTE!!! make sure no loose clothing or any part of your body is near a part that moves,,ie..cooling fan, and belts...ect ect...hope this helps
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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