1. the temperature switch has gone bad(the switch looks like a spark plug, which is just to the left of the thermostat)
2. your thermostat is going bad,(if your car is over heating it is definitely your thermostat! your thermostat is probably the least expensive part on your Malibu but is the hardest part to replace!)
3. i was told that there is a temperature relay switch, dealership has to tell you where it is, i unfortuatley have not got that far yet so if you get to the dealership before i do please email me; garydjohnsonjr2003@Yahoo.com. good luck.
if your car has over 70k miles it will be next to impossible to take the bolts out of the exhaust(this is covering up the thermostat cover). the bolts are rusted and you are liable to break the bolts and then you are super screwed. it might be safer to just have the dealership do it. that way if they break anything they have to repair it!
Probably a bad thermostat.
drop the fuel tank and replace the in tank unit. Its located underneath behind the rear seat under a skid plate.
you can't they have an anti theft device in them to prevent it. you with have to drop the tank
you have to drop the oil pan.
It's located on top on the gas tank. You will need to drop the tank to change it.
Unless there is an access panel above the pump in the vehicle you will have to drop the fuel tank.
Unless there is an access panel above the fuel pump you must drop the fuel tank.
You have to either drop the fuel tank or remove the bed. i found it was easier for me to drop the tank on my chevy. I suggest to get a mamual!!!!
Drop the fuel tank or remove the bed.
Most are behind the glove box; on many models you can drop the glove box door. I hope this helps you. Mark
Drop the fuel tank down, disconnect the fuel lines
Yes, or you can drop the tank.
To access the fuel pump on a 2004 Malibu can be challenging. You have to drop the fuel tank to be able to get to it.
Your temperature will drop if you feel cold, if you are ovulating and etc.
You can change it without removing gas tank But it is tucked under the gas tank and is much easier to replace once the tank is dropped..
rise and drop
The sudden drop in air temperature is a stimulus.
A sudden drop in temperature would be a response to a stimulus.
The temperature decreases rapidly.
There is no energy going through the meter, so it cannot display the current level of gas you have. This is in every car.
Drop it in
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