Loss of power during acceleration on a 2001 Chevy Impala. Will not let you gain any speed?
I had the same problem with my 01 Impala and had to replace the catylitic converter worked like a charm I also had the same problem on my 01 and the Cat was plugged and then changed out, ran like a new car after that If you car is under 80,000 miles and less than 8 years of age GM will replace it for free as it is covered under the emissions warranty. This happened to mine at 75,000 this week and it now has power like it has never had before.
the power steering resevoir, MAKE SURE the vehicle requires power steering fluid, some use transmission fluid instead. If your unsure take it to a lube center and ask them to do it you. In the 2004 Chevy Impala with the 3.8L engine, the power steering pump is a sealed unit. It does not require fluid to be added. Also if you have to replace it, it is not an easy job. The power steering pump…
Would depend on what year impala On a 63 impala or many of the early ones you need to remove the passener side fender. The remove the power wire from the blower motor. Then remove the heater hoses. then remove the heater box from the fire wall. the heater core is inside that box. Newer models I am not familiar with