Impala Repair & Maintenance Guides
Links to repair and maintenance how-to guides for the 9th generation 2006-2013 General Motors Chevy Impala.
Chevrolet Impala GM 3500 3.5L LZE V6 Engine Oil Change Guide
The easiest way to keep your 9th generation 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 Chevy Impala running for years to come is to regularly change the oil every 3,000 or at least every 5,000 miles
Only a few simple hand tools, some new oil, and an oil filter are needed to complete this procedure.
GM Chevrolet Impala Front Brake Pads Replacement Guide
If the front brakes on your 2006-2013 Chevy Impala are starting to squeak or squeal, you may need to replace the pads.
The front pads usually last anywhere from 30k to 60 thousand miles and twice as long as the rear pads depending on your driving conditions.
GM Chevrolet Impala HVAC Cabin Air Filter Replacement Guide
Is the air coming out of the A/C vents in your Chevy Impala not smelling so fresh anymore? You may need to clean or replace the HVAC cabin air filter element.
Only a screwdriver and about 15 minutes are needed to complete this procedure restore your air conditioning system to peak efficiency.
GM Chevrolet Impala Headlight Bulbs Replacement Guide
To replace the low beam, high beam, or parking / turn signal light bulbs in a 2006 to 2013 Chevy Impala requires removing the headlight assembly.
Luckily, you'll only need a socket set or needle nose pliers and a new replacement bulb available at any auto parts store.
GM Chevrolet Impala Tail Light Bulbs Replacement Guide
Most 9th generation (2006 to 2013) Chevy Impala sedans contain three bulbs in the tail light assembly. They include the brake light or "stop lamp", the turn signal or parking light bulb, and the reverse or back up light bulb.
Some models contain a fourth bulb which is the rear side marker. Only a screwdriver is needed to remove the tail light assembly and replace any of the bulbs.
GM Chevrolet Impala Key Fob Remote Control Battery Replacement Guide
The coin cell battery in the keyless entry remote control of a 9th generation 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 Chevy Impala may need to be replaced every few years depending on how often you get in and out of your car.
A replacement battery can be purchased at any Radio Shack or pharmacy and at most supermarkets.
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