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Answered: Replacing the transmission on my '03 Chevy Impala :(

I'm sorry about that; replacing a transmission is never a fun thing to have to do. I have to get a new transmission in Calgary a few years ago, and it was quite expensive. The best thing to do is ask your friends and family members their advice on the most trustworthy mechanic to go to.

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Answered: How to replace a transmision on a 2004 chevy impala

Removing the Transmission Pan 1Start the engine and let it idle for four minutes. This will help to remove as much loose particles from the transmission as possible. 2Turn off the engine. Raise the front of the vehicle using a floor jack, and support the vehicle with two jack stands ...

Answered: I do not drive my 96 ss impala that often runs then the battery goes

looks like you have to get a new battery for it ~mike Hypertech
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