If they could meet my needs I would have no problem with either. If you aren't good at checking things out, have a mechanic friend go through it for you to make sure everything is working properly. If you don't have a mechanic friend, find out who your friends recommend and PAY someone to go over the vehicle. You'll want to get something that has been maintained properly, and you can't always tell from looking at the maintenance records, those can be faked, and some people do the maintenance but don't write it down, so in effect the records mean nothing. The only part that's important is how is it running.
A 1974 Chevy Impala frame would work
i would like to know the answer for myself
Check with your local Chevy dealer on that.
It is important to know the cost of replacing parts or making repairs on a car. For a 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue it should cost between $90 and $200 for a person to replace the alternator on their own.
You would have to replace the whole thing, it only about $30 its a locking pin that looks like a staple pull it out and it should come off....... easy do it your self
Most likely loss of refrigerant.
Under the dash in front of where your right knee would be. The plug is facing the seat.
I would guess about six quarts...
are you sure your battery isn't dead??? i have a 2000 intrigue and i know when my battery would die it would just make clicking noises and never had enough power to crank the engine over hope this helps
Passenger side tail light corner is where my changer is
hard fault code What is a hard fault code?
The online website 'Car Parts Discount' is one place where one can purchase authentic Chevy Impala parts. Another site to check out would be GM Parts Direct. One could also search Impala parts.
Chevy already put the 5.3 Liter V8 in the Impala in 2006. It makes 303 H.P. Putting a 5.7 could be done, but the expense would be great. I would just look for a factory V8.
ON the 2006 impala that whining noise is actually the electronics when you accelerate. Its more or less electronic pulses/signals My 06 Impala is the same.
depends on if you have the Bose stereo if you do look under the rear dash in the trunk it would be there
no gas entering piston chambers or no spark in the spark plugs. I assume the starter is spinning the engine?
I would start by checking the fuse, the relay, and the connector on the blower itself.
Weight of the vehicle
Could be Warped Rotors. Have them checked.....
No, this would not be a direct bolt in.
Which one would I get good as miles and would be comfortable for me nd my wife. We are ages 66 and 64?
Probably a bad or mis-adjusted brake light switch
I'm not sure there is a formal answer from GM on this subject, but I would limit it to a small pop-up camper or a pair of snowmobiles.