A person should know the location of all the parts in their car. The fuel injectors of a 2002 Chevy Malibu are found under the engine cover, under the hood of the car.
on the 3.1 they are under the plenum on top of engine.
under the engine Bottom of the oil pan.
In the fuse box in the engine bay. Number 46 I think. It's white and can be found on the list of fuses under breaker.
Engine diagrams for the 1997 Chevrolet Malibu 2.4 liter can be found on the AutoZone site. There are also written instructions on how to remove the engine and install a new one in the Repair Help section under Vehicle Repair Guides.
under top plenum on 3.1 engine at intake manifold.
locate the top radiator hose.then follow it to the engine. the housing it attaches to under it is where the thermostadt is at.
the sensor under the pump on a 3.1 is, a cam sensor,
if its a 3.1 it is back of engine under alternater!!
between firewall and engine on 3.1, about 1 foot down under alternater.
Inside , drivers side under the steering wheel column
i found the computer located on the drivers side up under the dash
My 1999 Chevy Malibu has a fuse box under the front hood,
Fuse 34 located in the Engine Compartment Fuse Block (under the hood)
I found out where it is its in the fuse box under the hood and it is fuse number 33.
on left side pasengers side,in back of engine way down under alternater!! between firewall and engine,
follow the top radiator hose to the engine. its under the cover where the hose attatches
The thermostat for a 1999 Chevy Camaro V6 engine can be found under the hood. It is in the right side of the engine, under the throttle sensor.
on top of the engine under 2.4 liter stamp remove the 4 bolt on heat plate and there they are
under the radiator.
Under the hood of your Chevy Malibu there should be an engine information tag which should suggest the proper spark plug gap. If you cannot find the tag refer to your car manual that is normally located in your glove box.
There should be two dipsticks under the hood on a Malibu. One will be plainly marked "OIL" or "ENGINE OIL." The other one is your transmission fluid. This is assuming your Malibu has automatic transmission. If your Malibu has a manual transmission (stick shift), then there is no dipstick for transmission fluid -- manual trannies get lubrication from the engine oil.
Under the hood on the evaporator case.
under the hood
Underneath you would have to get under the car