I had the same problem with an 01 Impala. Unfortunaltely the fix isn't cheap. For mine, it was the ignition switch combined with the BCM (Body Control Module). About a grand at the mechanic will fix it. However having said that, I made the repair, and the problem has started again only 6 months later. A quick diagnostic at the mechanic will specify what the problem is.
NO. it is not. to solve yhe problem, use a fabric softner tissue and rub it on the door hanldle.
Find a doctor.
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all i know is my 2002 impala has water in the driver side headlight and every impala that I've seen also has water in the drive side headlight. i think its not just you but i don't know the answer
Every 10,000 miles
Its a ford that's what its spose to do not run it keeps every one safeseriously sounds like a dead battery or a starter problemAnswerIt does sound like a dead or low battery, or possibly a problem with your solenoid. Good luck.
It may be the ignition switch. I would unlock the ignition and try to manually start it by touching the wires together. If it starts every time. Then it's the ignition switch. The reason i say this is because my sisters 99 Buick regal had the same problem. They bought a 300 dollar ECU that wasn't even coded to their cars system and then they come to find out that it was a simple ignition problem after they had checked online for people with similar issues. .
I have a 2001 Impala 9C1 model (fleet/police) and it has electronic locks but no key fobs.
Every 30,000 miles would be best.
All SS Chevy Impalas' had the LT1.
every 10,000 miles
The ignition coils are located on top of every single sparkplug ( on distributorless engines).
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On just about every car it will be right in front of the firewall on the drivers side.
Probably every 5000 miles. Or 6 months.
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a wire is broken. a mechanic can fix the problem. put in a new seat or fix the bad connection, from your sitting on the seat so much : )
I just baught 2004 toyota tacoma and radio didn't work. The radio worked after I replaced a 15AM burned fuse, later I noticed the key got stuck in the ignition which wasn't a problem before i replaced the burned fuse. The only way I got the key out of the ignition was after a removed the newly installed fuse. Now every time i wanna listen to music i have to plug back the 15AM fuse, and unpluge it to remove it from ignition,, good exercises lol.
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For best performance it would be best to do so every 30,000 miles.
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Is the security light flashing? Sounds like you have the wrong key or there is a problem with the theft-loc ignition key system