There is a cap on the valve cover that says oil or has a picture of an oil can. Remove the cap and add oil.
There should be a cap on the top of 1 of the valve covers, remove it and put oil in there.
5 quarts with filter change if it is a stock oil pan.
Assuming you are speaking of engine / motor oil should specify on the oil filler cap, should be 5W 30
Remove the crankcase breather cap up in front of the engine and add motor oil down the tube.
Remove the oil breather cap on one of the valve covers and pour the oil through the hole in the valve cover.
i dont have a 2005 impala
where is the location of oil filter on 2007 impala ss?
right behind the distributor cap and in front of the firewall if you climb uder and look up you can see it
The oil pump is the the sump.
The 2007 Chevy impala takes up 5 quarts of oil.
cap that covers the oil fill hole in engine
I know the 3.4L is 5w30, but I can't remember exactly when they switched the recommendation for the 3.8 from 10w30 to 5w30. Double check the oil cap and it will be on there if you have a 3.8L engine.
160-180* with 180* being the cleanest combustion with properly set timing and carburetor adjusted, just make sure it doesn't get above 200 because without full synthetic oil you run the risk of spinning a main bearing in one of these old small-block Chevy's. That's coming from a mechanic that has been rebuilding 283's, 327's, 350's, and 400's for 20+ years.
There are two oil sensors on a 2006 Chevrolet Impala. One is to monitor oil pressure and the other is to let you know if the oil level is low.
on the front of the engine, to the right of the eng oil fill cap. the only hose there. pull out and replace in same direction. no tools needed.
3.8 engines, under map sensor in plastic intake plenum. 3.4, in valve cover next to oil cap
in the oil pan
It is by the oil filter.
Bottom of the oil pan.
Use the exact weight recommended by Chevrolet. Listed in your owners manual and more than likely on the oil fill cap. Use any major brand as they are all excellent.
Oil filler cap cover the hole in the engine where engine oil is added
An oil filler cap is a metal that covers the hole where the oil is poured.
The oil pressure sensor, on a 2008 Chevrolet Impala, is located on the front of the engine. The sensor will be just above the oil pan.
For the 6 cyl SHOULD BE 5-30 but confirm in owners manual first-should also be marked on fill cap