Tool for cleaning out a drain.
you need the special tool its about 30 bucks from snap on
You will have to take the 2001 Chevy Malibu to a mechanic to have stripped and broken plugs removed. It needs a special tool to get the broken ones out.
The fuel filter is on the top front of the fuel tank you do not have to remove the tank, but you do need a special tool to undo the connection
A 60 inch toolbox.
You'll nee to get a special tool from an auto parts shop. It's pretty cheap. The fuel filter is behind the gas tank. Use the special tool to unhook the fuel lines.
I can't remember the site I went to but google "programming keyless remote Chevrolet". After extensive research on this topic, I have come to the conclusion that the newer Malibu remotes have to programmed by the dealerships Tech2 scan tool. The new Chevy trucks can be programmed without the scan tool but the sedans have to be programmed at the dealer.
I believe a 3/8 Allen is the right tool.
Call nearby Chevy dealer and ask Service Department for location of thermostat. Same thing happens to my Chevy, service dept helped define the coolant / thermostatt problem and location over phone. Good Luck!
Use a "c" clamp (front) to slide piston into caliper body Rear piston is threaded and requires a special tool to screw piston into caliper body Tool not expensive and available at Sears or auto parts
Just below the radiator lower hose is the petcock. Unscrew it partially and it will drain. It has a "T" type handle that does not require any special tool. Be sure and save as much antifreeze as you can. If you do not reuse it then take it to a repair shop or AutoZone so that it will be disposed of properly.