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Fix the P0128 code first. Usually a bad thermostat

Chevrolet... | Answered 4 hours ago


if the parts department do not have a photo or listing for the part it may be a seal from the bearing that was being replaced
they look like shims and many are metal in manufacture
they seal the grease in a bearing but if the bearing is failing , they will be knocked out of position and then flap around loose

1993 Chevrolet... | Answered 4 hours ago


Hey Anon,,
This sounds like a fuel pump going bad.. all the symptons are exactly like what a fuel pump going bad.. Yours is located in teh gas tank... there is a"trap door" under the front of the trunk..just remove the carpet , you'll see it.. OR.get a qualified professional to take care of it!

Chevrolet Chevy... | Answered 4 hours ago


Which sensor? They are replaceable. Do not trust that dealership.either they don't know what they are talking about or they are a rip off. Drive it untill light comes back on and go to a auto parts store. They can pull the codes. Write them down and google the codes and watch some videos on how to do it yourself. Get the part you need and replace it yourself.

2008 Chevrolet... | Answered 7 hours ago


You need to have your insturment cluster repaired !
How to repair GM Instrument Cluster Speedometer Gauge Stepper
Beside stepper motor problems the solder used on these clusters have a problem called silver migration . Can cause all kind of problems ! What this video from eric at south main auto .
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2004 Chevrolet... | Answered 9 hours ago


Hi, the function of keeping the idle is performed by the idle air control valve. The valve may be stuck or the air passage clogged. This is not related to replacing the battery. Use a voltmeter to probe the back of the connector. Then start the engine and watch the meter as you turn on the a/c. You should see a blip in voltage as the computer tries to open the valve. If no blip, suspect you have a wiring issue. If there is a blip, remove the valve and check the air passages for blockage. If you see blockage, clean with carb cleaner. If no blockage, install a new valve.

2002 Chevrolet... | Answered 9 hours ago


You could check and clean throttle body and iac control, see if it helps? Check the throttle position sensor. Does the fuel injector spray pattern look ok?
I would want to check fuel trims, to see if running rich or lean? Any more the 02 sensor is part of a tune-up.
Do you have good engine vacuum at idle? If this a high mileage engine, I'm not sure it will ever run perfect?
I don't know litre size of engine?

1989 Chevrolet... | Answered 13 hours ago


Subject: Intermittent/Constant ABS MIL Illuminated (Replace Both Front Wheel Speed Harnesses) #03-05-25-008 - (10/01/2003) Models: 2001-03 Buick Century, Regal
2001-03 Chevrolet Impala, Monte Carlo
2001-02 Oldsmobile Intrigue
2001-04 Pontiac Grand Prix

Condition

Some customers may comment on an intermittent or constant ABS malfunction indicator light.

Cause

The front wheel speed sensor harness may wear or come into contact with the tie rod end stud. Additionally, the harness may, in some instances, loop over the tie rod stud. In this case, the wheel speed sensor should be examined for damage.

Correction

Replace original wheel speed sensor harnesses by splicing in revised wheel speed sensor harnesses. The new design harnesses are of a different length and have revised retention clip locations. Use the following procedure to replace the harnesses.
  1. Raise and suitably support the vehicle on a hoist.
  2. Disconnect the left wheel speed sensor harness from the sensor/bearing assembly.
  3. Remove the harness retainers from the lower control arm.
  4. Follow the harness back to the point where the harness enters the larger engine harness conduit.
  5. Cut the electrical tape and open the conduit. Select a location where the splice will be within the engine harness conduit. Cut the original harness off.
  6. Using GM/Packard Seal and Crimp Connectors, splice the two wires from the new harness to the old. Specific instructions for use of the Seal and Crimp Connectors are printed on the inside of the cardboard overleaf sealing the bag in which the harness is shipped. If Seal and Crimp Connectors are not available, you may use the crimp and solder type included with the harness kit.
  7. Retape the conduit closed making sure to create an effective seal against road splash.
  8. Route the replacement harness following the same path as the original. Fully seat the 4 retainers into the control arm.
  9. Caution!In the next step you will be required to measure the distance between the last retaining clip in the control arm and the end of the electrical plug that connects to the wheel speed sensor. Failure to properly perform this measurement and suitably adjust the harness may result in entanglement or infringement on the tie rod stud.
  10. Hold the end of the new electrical harness and stretch it firmly. Due to manufacturing tolerances, you will need to measure from the end of the plug (that attaches to the wheel speed sensor) to the rear edge of the first retaining clip. This distance must not exceed 24.7 cm (9.75 in). If the distance is equal to or greater than 24.7 cm (9.75 in), you must move the retaining clip to allow more slack at the control arm and less between the wheel speed sensor and the retainer. Repeat the measurement until properly adjusted.
  11. Disconnect the right wheel speed sensor harness from the sensor/bearing assembly.
  12. Remove the harness retainers from the lower control arm.
  13. Follow the harness back to the point where the harness enters the larger conduit.
  14. Cut the electrical tape and open the conduit. Select a location where the splice will be within the larger harness conduit. Cut the original harness off.
  15. Using GM/Packard Seal and Crimp Connectors, splice the two wires from the new harness to the old. Specific instructions for use of the Seal and Crimp Connectors are printed on the inside of the cardboard overleaf sealing the bag in which the harness is shipped. If Seal and Crimp Connectors are not available, you may use the crimp and solder type included with the harness kit.
  16. Retape the conduit closed making sure to create an effective seal against road splash.
  17. Route the replacement harness following the same path as the original. Fully seat the 4 retainers into the control arm.
  18. Caution!In the next step you will be required to measure the distance between the last retaining clip in the control arm and the end of the electrical plug that connects to the wheel speed sensor. Failure to properly perform this measurement and suitably adjust the harness may result in entanglement or infringement on the tie rod stud.
  19. Hold the end of the new electrical harness and stretch it firmly. Due to manufacturing tolerances, you will need to measure from the end of the plug (that attaches to the wheel speed sensor) to the rear edge of the first retaining clip. This distance must not exceed 24.7 cm (9.75 in). If the distance is equal to or greater than 24.7 cm (9.75 in), you must move the retaining clip to allow more slack at the control arm and less between the wheel speed sensor and the retainer. Repeat the measurement until properly adjusted.

Parts Information

Part Number Description 10340313 ABS Jumper Harness (01-03 Impala, Monte Carlo) -- Right 10340314 ABS Jumper Harness (01-03 Impala, Monte Carlo)-Left 10340315 ABS Jumper Harness (01-04 Grand Prix, 01-02 Intrigue)-Right 10340317 ABS Jumper Harness (01-04 Grand Prix, 01-02 Intrigue)-Left 10340318 ABS Jumper Harness (01-03 Regal, Century)-Right 10340316 ABS Jumper Harness (01-03 Regal, Century)-Left 12089189 Crimp N' Seal Double End Connectors (x4) Parts are currently available from GMSPO.

Warranty Information

For vehicles repaired under warranty, use:
Labor Operation Description Labor Time N6600 Wiring and/or Connector - Brake System/Traction Control - Repair or Replace 0.5 hr GM bulletins are intended for use by professional technicians, NOT a "do-it-yourselfer". They are written to inform these technicians of conditions that may occur on some vehicles, or to provide information that could assist in the proper service of a vehicle. Properly trained technicians have the equipment, tools, safety instructions, and know-how to do a job properly and safely. If a condition is described, DO NOT assume that the bulletin applies to your vehicle, or that your vehicle will have that condition. See your GM dealer for information on whether your vehicle may benefit from the information. WE SUPPORT VOLUNTARY TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATION © Copyright General Motors Corporation
This is a service bulletin that I found, I don't know if this is what you need?

Chevrolet Cars &... | Answered 14 hours ago


General Description
The front suspension allows each wheel to compensate for changes in the road surface without affecting the opposite wheel. Each wheel independently connects to the frame with a steering knuckle, ball joint assemblies, and upper and lower control arms.
The control arms specifically allow the steering knuckles to move in a three-dimensional arc. Two tie rods connect to steering arms on the knuckles and an intermediate rod. These operate the front wheels.
The two-wheel drive vehicles have coil chassis springs. These springs are mounted between the spring housings on the frame and the lower control arms. Double, direct acting shock absorbers are inside the coil springs. The coil springs attach to the lower control arms and offer ride control.
The upper part of each shock absorber extends through the upper control arm frame bracket. This bracket has two grommets, two grommet retainers, and a nut.
A spring stabilizer shaft controls the side roll of the front suspension. This shaft is mounted in rubber bushings that are held by brackets to the frame side rails. The ends of the stabilizer shaft connect to the lower control arms with link bolts. Rubber grommets isolate these link bolts. Rubber bushings attach the upper control arm to a cross shaft. Frame brackets bolt the cross shaft.
A ball joint assembly is riveted to the outer end of the upper control arm. A rubber spring in the control arm assures that the ball seats properly in the socket. A castellated nut and a cotter pin join the steering knuckle to the upper ball joint.
The inner ends of the lower control arm have pressed-in bushings. The bolts pass through the bushings and join the arm to the frame. The lower ball joint assembly is a press fit in the lower control arm and attaches to the steering knuckle with a castellated nut and a cotter pin.
Ball socket assemblies have rubber grease seals. These seals prevent entry of moisture and dirt and damage to the bearing surfaces.
Four-wheel drive models have a front suspension that consists of the control arms, a stabilizer bar, a shock absorber, and right and left torsion bars. The torsion bars replace the conventional coil springs. The lower control arm attaches to the front end of the torsion bar. The rear end of the torsion bar mounts on an adjustable arm at the crossmember. This arm adjustment controls the vehicle trim height.
Two-wheel drive vehicles have tapered roller sheel bearings. These bearings are adjustible and need lubrication.
Four-wheel drive models and RWD Utilities have sealed front-wheel bearings. These bearings are pre-adjusted and need no lubrication.
Heat treatment may create darkened areas on the bearing assembly. This discoloration does not signal a need for replacement.
Hope this helps?

1999 Chevrolet... | Answered 14 hours ago


It's either leaking or burning the dexcool due to a bad gasket. Check your oil to make sure the coolant isn't leaking into the oil. If it is STOP driving it and have it towed to a shop. Coolant in your oil can destroy your engine.

2005 Chevrolet... | Answered 15 hours ago


Hey Anon, Yes, drive it to the tranny shop..plan to leave it... sounds like you are in for a rebuild.. this is typical for GM RWD transmissions.. I have seen TOO many do this same thing,, (I have had TWO in for this... vehicles I inherited that were not maintained)..GM transmissions on RWD's must have the fluid and filter changed every 50K - 75K and a complete fluid exchange and filter replacement every 120K -150K MINIMUM for them to last..usually cost around $1200 - $1400.. sorry.. Good luck!

2006 Chevrolet... | Answered 16 hours ago


Hey RPG, There is a sensor on the side of the output shaft (Speedo).. Mine had become covered with metal crud and would not work,, pulled it out, cleaned it,..(replace the o-ring on the sensor!!) and it ran fine.. This might not work for you, but it did for me. Next.. take it too O'Reilly's, Auto Zone, or Advance Auto and ask the to scan you truck for a trouble code..(free) and see what turns up.. Good Luck..
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2000 Chevrolet... | Answered 16 hours ago

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