lower hose is on left bottom of radiator. passenger side.
Plug at bottom or rear lower section of radiator
The 2003 Chevrolet Malibu OBD 2 port is on lower edge of dash left of steering column
Look at the lower rear end of engine (6 cyl.)
THE BALL JOINT IS PART OF THE LOWER CONTROL ARM
Try lower rear end or side of oil pan
it is on the passenger side front top of engine,follow lower radiater hose to it!!
You can expect to get approximately 18 miles per gallon from your 1965 Chevrolet Malibu. The gas mileage will be lower if the Malibu has been upgraded to todays emissions standards.
I have a 2004 Chevy Malibu Classic with a 2.2 Ecotec engine and a 4speed automatic overdrive tranny. It gets a steady 31mpg if driven easy. 55 and lower. Occasionally it will get up to 33mpg. As low as 27 in the Winter and pushing the speed.
There is a drain plug just below the lower radiator hose. u must be mistaken there is no drain plug try taking lower radiator hose off!
Above the passengers side lower control arm.
Look on the lower front section of engine - follow fuel line from carb.
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The 17 number VIN is ;located on the passenger side front lower windscreen The Chevrolet Malibu world manufacturer identifier is position 1-2-3-.In position 4-5 of the Chevrolet Malibu model number and in position 8 is the Chevrolet Malibu engine number.
bottom corner of the radiator, engine side, usually opposite side (driver/passenger)of the lower radiator hose.
There's three on the front of the engine(can't miss them), and three on the lower back of the engine, in front of the firewall
The thermostat on a 2009 Chevy Malibu with a 3.5L engine is located where the lower radiator hose connects to the engine. Labor manual states 1.0 hrs. Drain radiator. Remove plastic intake hose. Remove upper radiator hose. Remove lower radiator hose. Remove 2 10mm bolts from thermostat housing. Replace faulty thermostat. Reverse procedure for reinstall.
there are three hoses coming from a coolant reservior on a 1999 Chevy Malibu one is for overflow and the other 2 go to upper and lower radiator......don't forget dex-cool only and other anti-freeze will mess your motor up ...good luck ......been a mechanic for Chevy for 25 years..so i hope my info helps
the drain plug is located on right bottom side of radiator, on drivers side. sometimes it is easier to take off lower radiator hose.
go to a parts store and get a haynes manual for your car year and model!! it will describe what to do step by step!! Just did mine!!
The ball joints are riveted or pressed into the upper and lower control arms, then the spindle is bolted to the ball joints.
The ECM and TCCM are located behind the lower dashboard on the passenger side.
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You will need a one inch socket and ratchet. You also might need a mallet. The socket and ratchet will be needed to remove the lower control arm nuts. The mallet might be needed to loosen the control arm.
Cylinder heads require 33 ft #s & 90 degrees following... Lower intake is 115 inch #s. Mitchell On Demand states 44 lbft & 95 degrees for 1999-2003 Chevy Malibu cylinder head torque specs for V6 3.1L, lower intake manifold 62 inlb then 115 inlb tightening in a circular pattern starting from center.