- Why does my 2008 Impala make a clicking noise?
- Are there any recalls on a 2008 Chevy Impala?
- How many actuators are on a 2008 Impala?
- Why is there a clicking noise coming from dashboard?
- Why does my car make a clicking noise when I unlock it?
- Do Chevy Impalas have transmission problems?
- How many miles do Chevy Impalas last?
- How much does it cost to replace a transmission on a Chevy Impala?
- How much is a blend door actuator?
- Where is the blend door actuator located?
- What is a blend door actuator?
Why does my 2008 Impala make a clicking noise?
If You hear a clicking noise under the dash of Your Chevy Impala that is most commonly a problem with a component in the HVAC system for the car. It could be a blend door actuator, or the blower motor itself having a problem.
Are there any recalls on a 2008 Chevy Impala?
2008 Chevrolet Impala Recalls
Summary: This defect can affect the safe operation of the airbag system. Until this recall is performed, customers should remove all items from their key rings, leaving only the ignition key. The key fob (if applicable), should also be removed from the key ring.
How many actuators are on a 2008 Impala?
There are four actuators. Three behind the glove box and one under the steering column. The single actuator under the driver's side is for temperature control of the drivers side.
Why is there a clicking noise coming from dashboard?
The three most common causes of a clicking noise from the dashboard are: Heater control module lost calibration. Faulty blend door stepper motor.
Why does my car make a clicking noise when I unlock it?
One of the door lock actuators is sticking and repeating itself or a relay is. Relays are electrical switches, and can make an audible clicking sound which can be louder if they are malfunctioning. Best thing to do is to wait until everything is quiet and see where the sound comes from.
Do Chevy Impalas have transmission problems?
The Chevy Impala you should never buy is the one that was produced in 2005. Even though it had fewer complaints overall, the issues found in these cars were more costly. This car's transmission was particularly bad. Drivers reported that it shifted too hard while driving, even after they changed the transmission fluid.
How many miles do Chevy Impalas last?
Given proper maintenance, a new Chevrolet Impala should last up to 150,000-200,000 miles.
How much does it cost to replace a transmission on a Chevy Impala?
A transmission for a Chevy Impala will depend on model year, but will cost anywhere from $1200 for good quality used one up to $4,800 for a new one. This does not include the $75 to $95 per hour in labor cost to replace it.
How much is a blend door actuator?
The average cost ranges from $100 to $400 for an HVAC blend door actuator replacement in your vehicle.
Where is the blend door actuator located?
Blend Door Actuator:
The blend door can open and close at various positions to block or allow air passing through the heater core in order to achieve the desired temperature inside of the vehicle. The blend door actuator is typically located closer to the heater core and evaporator than the mode door.
What is a blend door actuator?
The blend door actuator is a small electric motor that features sensors connected to your car's climate control system. As you adjust the temperature up and down, or the intensity of the air flow, the signals go through the actuator. ... The blend door actuator itself is a very small plastic box.