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2010 Chevrolet Impala Questions

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Light stays on always when engine is on

My turning singal works for a second then starts flashing fast won't light up in the back fuses and bulb work so idk if it might be the brake light sensor?

Car hasn't been shut off yet but I'm not trying to wait on them to shit it off cause I want pay or can't pay there insurance right now!!!

noticed it doesn't show what gear im in hasn't been like could it be a sensor stopping it from starting

It will only move a short distance if it is turned off then back on. then will not move in any gear.

When we replaced them.

By turning off the ignition and restarting the engine, the car will move again, but only for a short distance.

Rear defrost did not work. Replaced the fuse, but this didnt fix the problem. Brought it to a Chevrolet dealer shop and they had to replace some wiring to fix it. Since then, (1 year ago), the battery light has come on the dashboard 4 times. Have replaced battery, alternator, and most recently the generator and transmission cooling valve, and the evap valve. This cost me over $1000! Has anybody experienced any of these related issues and what have you done to fix it?

I have a 2010 Chevrolet Impala and it is either the ac actuator or door blend actuator some type of actuator...A really loud knocking noise. I know like 10 people impalas make this noise and on youtube hundreds of people all over the world have the same problem, But guess yall don't care. This is a shame. Is anyone on here having this problem also

It is running like it has a miss also it's idling high then low

Rpm needle moves and no check engine light.

Keys stuck ingnition and no power