Check the vent hose on the filler neck for blockage. A blocked vent will not allow the tank to breathe while being filled and splash.
You can find it the left upper side of the enigine under some black tubes its hard to see and hard to get to took me a while to find, need a long funnel to fill also!!
The tank holds 17 gallons total.
17.0 US gallons (64.3 liters)
Let's drain the coolant, fill it with water, and find out!
Yes, and that will cause shifting issues.
Fill it up with coolant. If it gets low again I'm guessing you have a hole in your radiator. Replace it.
The trick is not where to fill it but how to know when it is full. It is best to take it to a garage because it needs to be raised level on a lift.
It's Way down at the bottom. It right next to the alternator to the right. U have to stick ur hand down there when the car is cool and u will fill the cap u untwist it and u have to use a funnel with a bendy stick... Hope this helps I do this everyday to ragedy 2000 Chevy Impala. QueenKee
The filler tube is down below the back of the engine. You have to reach a good ways down and once you locate it. then to fill it you need to use a long neck funnel. This was a bad design on GMs part.
Remove the plug from the bottom of your 2000 Chevy transmission. Allow the transmission to completely drained out. Return the transmission plug to its original position. Fill the transmission with new fluid.
For the 6 cyl SHOULD BE 5-30 but confirm in owners manual first-should also be marked on fill cap
A fill spout on a Chevy Suburban is used as the inlet for filling an FIBC.
Transmission fluid goes down the dipstick tube. The transmission dipstick not the oil dipstick. use a skinny funnel. do not over fill.
Fill the master cylinder to the top.
I need to where the transmission fill is located on my 1993 chevy caprice classic.
approx, 14.3 gallons, The 2000 Malibu 3.1L v6 (non-LS) takes 13.3 Gallons from empty to the top of the fill pipe.
In my 2001 Chevy Impala I get 26 miles per gallon in town driving and 32-34 on long trip highway travel so it would be hard to say unless you check what kind of mileage you are getting with your car. Just reset your mileage gage on your panel when you fill up with gas and on the next fill up check how many miles you went and divide it by the gallons you put in on this last fill up and it should tell you how many you are getting. All cars are different. It would also depend on if you have a service issues that need to be taken care of.
A 2000 Chevy 4.8 liter vortec engine usually takes 6 quarts. It truly depends on the vortec engine, usually the standard is between 5-6 quarts to fill the engine.
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.
you dont fill it . its electronic power steering
check your brake fluid level and fill with brake fluid to the top of the master cylinder reservoir.
It is probably worn out and about to seize. Replace it before that happens so the system doesn't fill with debris from the pump.
why does gas splash out when filling a 2002 chevy prism
on a 2000 Malibu it is on passengers side under alternater 3.1 v6, follow hose from ac you will find it.
Is is located on the back side of the transmission under the master cylinder. It is a good idea to remove the air box, and get a long funnel, as it is a tight area to get into. You will see a red cap, this is the fill plug.