there are bolts that go through the frame to the body that have to come out before you can raise the body off the frame, also all wiring has to be disconnected from the motor and the firewall.
take the bolts out of it
you have to remove the belt tensioner to remove the belt off of the engine.
Begin by removing the wiring harness from your 2005 Chevrolet Impala horn. Remove the horn retaining bolts. The horn will come off.
there should be about 8 bolts holding the body to the frame.. first remove the front clip then there are 2 body mounts on the firewall, 2 over the rear axle, 2 behind the rear axle and the last 2 at the rear of the frame rails.
if you go to www.impalahq.com and find where you take the dash off this will get you in the right direction. i know you have to remove the dash to remove the key switch.
Take the serpentine belt off and then take the crankshaft pulley off and you will need a puller to get the balancer off the crank.
the cover comes off and you take the 4 screws out then unhook the cables
The 1996 Chevy Impala dashboard is held in place with six retaining bolts and 12 retaining clips. Remove the retaining bolts and pry outward on the retaining clips. The dashboard will come off in two pieces.
Remove the tire and wheel from your 2003 Chevy Impala. Remove the brake assembly spring and the break caliper. The brake pads will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brake pads.
to rempve pickup bed, get under neath truck and cut off 6 bolts that hold bed to chassis. then disconnect any wires for lights, etc. then with a couple buddies,lift bed off truck
You need to remove the negative (black) cable attached to whichever car's chassis, first. Now if you accidently touch the chassis with the lead, nothing will happen, it's already negative. (This should be as far away from the battery as possible. ) Then, remove the other car's negative jumper. Now, the positive sides can be taken off, safely, If you accidently touch the chassis with the leads, there will be no spark as the two chassis' are now isolated. If you took off a positive (red) first, since the other end is still connected to a positive side of a battery and the two chassis' are connected, yYou could easily touch the chassis and make a spark, and possibly igniting any hydrogen gas from the battery, blowing its top off, and spraying sulfuric acid.