No they won't
The typical 2008 Chevrolet impala without all the bells and whistles put into it usually runs a 348 cubic-inch v8 engine . Which is usually about a 5.2 liter engine.
It should tell you in your owners manual.
Read the manual, it will tell you
how to program the new ign switch
You don't, the dealer or repair shop does.
inside the airbox
go to programyourremote.com and it will tell you how to do it for free.
The owners manual will tell you how to do it.
Under the dash on the passenger's side.
In the bottom half of the airbox.
under passenger sear
Its in the key switch
Will that make your car sip an run bad
It has no governor. Speed is computer controlled.
Go to wikihow Go to search type in program door lock remote
The 1963 Impala has a great looking retro design to its car. Today, it's one of the most "pimped" out cars. Several people have the intention of making them lowriders.
Our 01 Impala LS gets 26.5 mpg, according to the onboard computer. We love this car, has been very good to us.
Disconnect the neg battery cable for 10 mins.
The 96 Impala LT1 uses an optispark ignition system in which timing is controlled by the PCM (Computer). In order to change the timing you would need to use a computer, cable, and a tuning program such as PCM4Less or Tunercat. The Optispark mounted on the front of the engine is non adjustable for timing controls. The timing is controlled by the PCM sending signals to the ignition control module located adjacent to the coil on the passenger head.
no. In 96 GM switched to a OBD2 ecm setup whereas 95 and earlier it had a chip style OBD1 computer
I am not very informed on the subject, but apparently there are tools out there that allow you to program the computer by connecting the devices to the PCM chip of the car. If you found any more info I'd appreciate it if you share it with us. Thanks.
You need to go to a shop that has a scanner and they can retrieve the codes and diagnose the problem for you.
This car is not built with one, that function is done by the computer controlled fuel injection system.