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New pvc valve, crankshaft sensor, mass flow sensor, temp sensor, aidle sensor, camshaft sensor , fuel filter and I believe that is it... Crankshaft sensor was replace because of the code that came up when the car started having this crank but no start issue.. Get fuel , get spark but no start.

Happen suddenly. Key is stacked in ignition, is not turned off, having to disconnect battery. What is wrong

Since Dec 2015, I've replaced the rotors the brake fluid hoses the clips on the calipers and put four sets of pads(a new set every month) and replaced the master cylinder the first of march! Have not replaced the calipers, because every time I do a repair, they colapse with no problem with a c-clamp! At a loss, please help

i have a 2009 chevrolet impala when turning left it would grind but not all the time also the traction control and abs light is on can anyone tell me what's going on i really like the car

The other day all my lights flicked on an off then dyed. My mechanic doesn't seem to know why? An my turn signals work then you hear An extra click then they stop working. I've changed the O2 sensors fuel filter spark plugs, have new battery an was told alternator is good.can you please help me?This has been going on for a year now. My car has 192300miles on it but I keep up on it. Except now I keep replacing things that we feel is the reason why an yet it keeps dying. I can go days without it dying or It dies every chance it can.

This problem had occurred before so I wouldn't drive the car anymore. But when I got the car from my mechanic and got the car home everything was fine. The steering wheel was turning as it should. It was only this morning that I noticed a little wet spot under my car. I thought "this can't be happening again" and sure enough as I pulled out of my parking lot my steering wheel was a bit tough to turn. What needs to be fixed now since its not the pressure line or the pump?

I had an insurance adjuster look at my car and said he's seen about four other chevy impala with the same problem . This should be a recall

Problem started in recent months, the loud growling sound while accelerating and matches the rpm frequency at all speeds...

Bought a 04 impala from a local dealer. Had for 2 weeks and its starting to shift a tad hard. Got oil changed and said tranny needs serviced. They suggest a flush but i did my research and it suggested that it was not good to flush the tranny. Should i get just a fluid change, filter and drop pan ? It has 139,459 miles on it.

When put into gear it dies out. Problem started one day while going up hill, started at 50 at bottom of hill, wasnt even at 10 mph at crest of hill

Check engine light on...giving a code PO300. Knocking sound worsens when accelerating

Lights come on got a new Battery. Took to Auto Zone they hooked it up didn't find any thing..So what's the problem yall need to do a recall cause iv seen a lot of the same problems that I'm talking about right now....We all need to get together an get a law suit started cause this doesn't make any sense. .

History ....I had the transmission replace about 6months ago. my 07 Chevy Impala is cutting off idling high when my car do shut off it starts back up there's no check engine light on or anything. Could the cold weather have something to do with this ? I took it to a mechanic they couldn't fine the issue it seem like when the car is warmed up there's no issues. Please help.

No obvious signs of leaks. Transmission pan gasket has been changed and checked.

Operating temperature It will not turn back on until engine cools down 10 minutes later. It does not have any check engine codes and I have replaced crank positioning sensor mass air flow coolant temperature control sensor and fuel pressure regulator with no help to problem