You have to remove the air filter unit. Take the flexhose off and then you have to remove the breather. That's the only way to get at the bolts. Its a real painbut its the only way. I just did mine. Good Luck!!!
On a 3.8L V6, it is very simple. Follow the upper radiator hose to the manifold just in frontof the throttle body. Loosen the hose clamp, pull the hose off of the "gooseneck". Loosenthe 2 10mm bolts (deep 6 point socket works best). And off it comes! Clean the surfacesand re-install new one.
It also helps to disconnect the 5-6 local sensors so that you can pull the wiring harness out of the way. There is also a vacumm line that you can pull off to help with clearance. Be gentle with the vacumm lines as they become brittle with age and heat over time.
$8-$16 for a new themostat and gasket.
weher thermostat locaked for impala 2001
The thermostat is located in the thermostat housing at the engine end of the top radiator hose.
You can replace the thermostat on your 2010 Chevy Impala 3.5 by removing the water hose and the 3 bolts from the thermostat housing. The thermostat will come right out. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.
It is at the engine end of the top radiator hose.The housing is the thermostat housing and the thermostat is located therein.
The thermostat is located in the housing and the engine end of the top radiator hose. Remove the 2 bolts and replace the thermostat.
The engine thermostat, on a 2008 Chevy Impala 3.5 V6, is located on the lower front side of the engine. The thermostat will have a water hose going into the top of it.
It is located on the intake manifold near the thermostat housing.
The thermostat is located in the housing at the engine end of the top radiator hose.
it is located under the throttlebody just follow the upper radiator hose
where do i find the thermostat for 99 cavalier
On the 2006 Chevy Impala, the thermostat is located in the hose that is directly above the middle cylinder. It is on the driver's side of the engine compartment right behind the alternator. Look for a long hose that goes from the radiator to that location.