Question about 2005 Chevrolet Impala
There is a $30.00 coolant sensor which sends messages to the computer. If this sensor is not working it can cause a whole lot of different problems.The sensor may think the internal engine
temperature is to hot and cause the engine to stall or die. I'm going through the same thing and I am having mine changed this Wed. I talked to 2 mechanics and they said this causes all kinds of problems. I'm having my oil changed and the sensor takes about 10 min to change. So, for $30.00 plus installation I hope my problem is over.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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