There are many things that can cause a rough idle on this car. The computer could be going out, the engine may not have enough oil, and the engine may not be getting enough fuel or electricity.
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The engine thermostat, on a 2008 Chevy Impala 3.5 V6, is located on the lower front side of the engine. The thermostat will have a water hose going into the top of it.
Assuming it didn't shake before, whoever tuned it up goofed somehow. So, pull the spark plugs and check to see if they're the correct ones and properly gapped. Also, check to see if the spark plug wires are installed properly. If all checks out, whoever tuned it up has done something to cause the car to run bad. Impossible to guess what.
A motorcycle engine is 150cc. This size engine is going to be installed on a small motorcycle, probably an off road bike that has a top speed of about 35 mph.
There are many reasons why an engine will sputter when revved. There may not be enough fuel getting to the engine, there may not be enough electricity getting through the car, or the computer could be going out.
There can be many reasons why a persons vehicle shakes. The computer could be going bad, the engine mounts could be going out, there may not be enough gas or electricity getting to the engine.
It's not going to happen, sorry. You could try it, but expect it to fail.
Looking at the engine and going left to right, the back cylinders are 1-3-5 and the front are 2-4-6
make sure you have the right size 12volt battery. alt keeps going bad are you bumpin in the trunk?are you sure alt. is installed properly and connection are tight and secure??....
I have an 03 Impala LS with the 3.8 liter engine and it has made that sound for years. My mechanic says it is water running into the heater core in the dash. He says not to worry about it. SO far it has not caused me any problems.
If your Impala jerks while going up hills, it could be low on transmission fluid. If it does not do it on level ground, check the fluid and replace the filter.
It is necessary to have a fuel filter because, back in the 1930s the fuel was dirty so they installed fuel filters to clean the fuel going to engine.
It won't really change the engine noise, it'll just change/enhance the air-going-into-your-engine-noise which ends up sounding Darth Vader-ish if you are using an aluminum cold air.
Going in the direction of flow
Closed or faulty fuel valve, clogged or faulty inline fuel filter, improperly installed or broken fuel pump (if equipped).
I had the same problem on an Oldsmobile, which is the same 3800 engine. Does it die when youre off the gas coming to a stop? In mine the Idle Air Control sensor was dirty, so the car computer wasnt getting a right reading on the air intake into the eingine so it thought that it was lower than it actually was. in responce the engine adjusts the fluel flow accordingly and there isn't enough to keep the engine going so it stopped. clean the valve or replace it
Sounds like engine coolant getting in crankcase, could be an intake gasket going bad.
I discovered mine when I was installing my ram air intake (good investment; +++MPG and power). Anyways, It's in the bottom half of your stock air box. It's located behind the drivers side headlight in the engine bay with a tube going into the intake manifold.
fuel pump might be going out
I am going to assume you are referring to the engine. There are 3 motors in your car. The fan motor, ABS motor, and blower motor. The device that drives your car is not a motor, it is an engine. The cost of that engine depends on which engine you purchase. The 3.4 or 3.8 V6. Also depends if you buy a new, rebuilt, or used engine. New, either one will be around $2,000 depending on where you purchase it. A Google search will help answer your question.
It means that it has the hemi engine, back in 66 when the 426 hemi engine was installed in the dodge line it was the hottest engine going at the time, if you had a hemi under the hood you were feared and not many others with high performance cars would mess with you unless they wanted to get beat.
Yes cam bearings can spin and block the oil gallery holes, therefore stoping oil from getting to the top of the engine.
It's an engine, not a motor, and it can be done, provided the engine compartment has enough space to accommodate the inline engine. For, say, a diesel swap with an inline four 3.9 liter Isuzu diesel, it could be done - you're not going to cramp a 6BT Cummins in there, though.
It could be a fuel filter or with my 2001 Impala, it was my Catalytic Converter. Is their a check engine light on? Schucks should have a scanner you can use for free to asses the issue. Good luck.