Its a pain in the butt I just did it today... I had to remove throttlebody,airbox in order to make room enough to get at it... the bottom bolt was the worst I didn't know the goose neck cast had a half cut so you can slide it of...so you don't take it out all the way... good luck
At the engine end of the top radiator hose.
It is at the engine end of the top radiator hose.
It is located at the engine end of the top radiator hose.
picture of location of thermostat for 2000 chevorlet impala
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The 2000-2005 Chevrolet Impala only came with a 3.4 and 3.8 V6 (6 cylinder) engines. Are you sure that you don't have a Malibu instead? at the emd of the upper rad hose you will find the thermostat housing. Take the 2 bolts out and remove it. When reinstalling it make sure the spring on the thermostat goes toward the engine.
The thermostat is located in the housing where the upper radiator hose connects to the engine.Remove the 2 bolts and remove the thermostat.
Drain the radiator down 1/2 way into a container. Remove the top radiator hose from the engine end. The housing is where the thermostat is located. Remove the 2 bolts and the housing. Remove the thermostat and clean the surfaces and install the thermostat.
Drain about 1 gallon of coolant from radiatorLocate removable housing a the engine end of the upper radiator hose and removeNote how thermostat is installed in housingClean both surfacesInstall new thermostat and gasketRe-fill coolant slowly to prevent an air lockStart engine and look for leaksRun engine to normal operating temperature with heater onRe-check coolant level
Because your catalytic converter is clogged, and must be replaced! $$$$$
It is at the engine end of the top radiator hose. Remove the hose and the 2 retaining bolts and remove the housing and thermostat. Clean both surfaces and install thr thermostat.jd
What size engine.
Any Auto Parts store can tell you the correct temperature thermostat for your Impala. Probably it requires a 195 degree thermostat. One thing for sure is no thermostat is not what you want. Running without a thermostat, will cause the engine to not reach full operating temperature. The engine will not perform to peak efficiency at below normal operating temperature. Normally that is around 220-230 Degrees. Your engine is computer controlled and the computer bases fuel/air mixture and timing on the engine temperature. Install the correct thermostat.
On a 3.4 the thermostat is on the far right side while standing in front of the vehicle, below the intake. You will need to remove the exhaust crossover and some coolant tubing from the top of the engine to get to it. Hope this helps...
It should be on the drivers side of the engine. Follow the lower radiator hose to the engine, that is where the thermostat housing is at. That is how it is on the 2000 300M.
Follow the upper radiator hose back to the engine, it is connected to the thermostat housing on the engine. The thermostat is located under the thermostat housing.
i have the 3.4 liter 2000 impala and its up against the top of the firewall towards the middle of the engine
The thermostat on a 2000 GMC Sierra 5.3L K1500 is located at the engine side of the LOWER radiator hose NOT the upper as many on these forums suggest. The thermostat can be fairly easily replaced as the thermostat comes WITH the housing and has an included gasket [Stant part# 14298 sorry Chinese price $26.95]. Regards!
It is behind the grill and in front of the engine.
Engine thermostat malfunction
If your gas gauge is not working on your 2000 Impala you need to take it in to a repair shop. There could be a fuse that needs to be replaced to prevent you from running out of gas.
It's directly underneath the throttle body, take big hose off the air filter and it's under where the hose hooks to the part on the engine.
Where the upper radiator hose connects to the engine you will find the thermostat.
The thermostat on at 3400 engine is located directly below your throttle body - one of the bolts that holds the thermostat housing will hit the exhaust crossover pipe on the way out - some of these cars had a slotted thermostat housing so you may not need to remove that bolt.
At the end of the top radiator hose in the housing under the throttle plate.