You need to pull the whole front dash pannel off. There are also about 6 screws holding it on each end, (left and right), and below. I found I needed to take my ignition key off the ring put it in the ignition and position to run so that I could put the column shift into 1 (full down) and put the steering wheel to full down in order to get the clearance to get the pannel off. It seems like quite a nusance, and nerve wracking to be pulling the whole pannel off at once, but it worked.
The emergency flasher also controls the regular turn signals. Mine stopped working a few weeks ago. I took it out. Tapped it with the handel of a screw driver and it started working again.
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The emergency signal flasher module can be found below the dashboard, on the drivers side of the engine compartment. The emergency signal flasher module simply plugs in and out.
What size engine.
A 2003 Impala does not have a timing belt. It has a chain.
In the fuse box the round silver flasher.
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It is part of the hazard warning module and part of the switch
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Every 30,000 miles would be best.
Yes. You'll need to change the exhaust and cooling systems.
5 with the filter
As per the intructions on page 6-39 of your "Owner's Manual"...
You will have to remove the gas tank and install a fuel module.
Pull the balancer then the seal. NOT EASY
For best performance it would be best to do so every 30,000 miles.
The turn signals and emergency flashers are both controlled electronically. The module is behind the emergency flasher switch and requires partial disassemble of the dash to access it There are several screws: 2 on the ends under the fuse covers 2 on the panel under the steering wheel and 2 by the odometer Gently pull the face off the dash. Don't break off the clips. A replacement is about $40 from the dealer.
It is mounted on a bracket under the dash at the brake pedal. From there it is self explanatory.
Provided you have a lift and a transmission jack the time will be about 5 1/2 hours.
You will have to drop the fuel tank to access the fuel module. It is not a job to do on the ground.
The fuel filter is located on the driver's side of the frame and will require a special tool to replace it.
It's right up in front on the dash. It's part of the hazard switch.
A pdf file with pictures is available at the web site below: http://www.allergybegone.com/buick-century-chevrolet-impala-cabin-air-filter.html
take the pins of the front right light and look down and it will be there. size of the bolt is 10" mm PS. i put a horn of a Cadillac on my is sound good ( impala ls 05)
I found this answer: http://www.justanswer.com/uploads/advautoca/2008-10-01_185451_multifunction_switch_replace_with_linked_documents.pdf