THEY SAY ITS OK TO CHANGE IT OUT HOWEVER U WONT BE ABLE TO CHANGE UR SETTINGS UNLESS U TAKE IT BACK TO A DEALER.....SO WHAT EVERONE ROUND HERE INCLUDIN MYSELF IS DOIN IS HAVIN A WIRE HARNESS PUT IN THE TRUNK FOR THE FACTORY RADIO TO BE USED FOR THE SETTINGS AND PUTTIN AN AFTERMARKET DECK IN THE DASH........HOPES THIS HELPS
No they won't
Read the manual, it will tell you
Under the dash on the passenger's side.
inside the airbox
CAL stands for Calibrate. The IPC (instrument panel cluster) needs to be recalibrated. This could be caused by a battery/power spike, which means the IPC will need to relearn default settings, or there could be an underlying problem. Technician will need to hook it up to a computer to analyze problem, and relearn settings.
In the bottom half of the airbox.
under passenger sear
Its in the key switch
Will that make your car sip an run bad
My 72 Impala's trunk will fill with water because the rear window seal leaks My 72 Impala's trunk will fill with water because the rear window seal leaks
It has no governor. Speed is computer controlled.
An 01 impala only has to meet the emissions requirements in effect on the date of manufacture. It does not have to meet more recent, more stringent standards.
Yes Good Luck-Sounds like a nice car
no. In 96 GM switched to a OBD2 ecm setup whereas 95 and earlier it had a chip style OBD1 computer
Disconnect the neg battery cable for 10 mins.
Our 01 Impala LS gets 26.5 mpg, according to the onboard computer. We love this car, has been very good to us.
The collective nouns for impala are a herd of impala or a couple of impala, whichever is applicable to the circumstances.
This car is not built with one, that function is done by the computer controlled fuel injection system.
You need to go to a shop that has a scanner and they can retrieve the codes and diagnose the problem for you.
because the final drive ratio for the 3.8 is 3.29 and the 3.4 is 2.86 the computer would have to be reflashed or differentials swapped
Because there are no sensors to tell the car when you get your oil change, that is why they give you the option of reseting it manually using the radio buttons. Check your operators guide for directions.
Your 2003 Impala might not start up because the battery is dead or the starter is broken or damaged. It might also not start because the fuel tank is empty or the fuel pump is broken.
if you install an after clock alarm it can mess up the whole transmission sytem
It is either under the dash behind the glovebox or in the passenger side kick panel.