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Thank you very much for this video. It goes in depth and helped me a lot. Also thank you for including the socket size.
So glad to be able to help🙂 thank you for all the support🙂
I was about to put my 2006 Impala in the shop but after watching this video I'm gonna get my hands dirty and save a couple hundred bucks
Definitely worth saving the money🙂
What's your theory on removing the ground? You can still get ark at the starter
Only if the circuit is completed at the battery, if the ground cables not touching the terminal it shouldnt arc
How many miles were on the car
Nice SnapOn ratchet. Are you using that ratchet with Craftsman sockets? I ask since the Craftsman sockets I have don’t work so well with my SnapOn ratchets. I think it’s because the Craftsman sockets have a double detention groove in them. Have you experienced something similar?
Thanks🙂 i have a mix of sockets..my short sockets are craftsman sockets..the deep sockets are Pittsburgh..but i havent experience that..it may be that my craftsman sockets are older ive had the same sockets for over 10 years
Is this the same method for a 13 Chevy impala ?
@Keyania Lee So glad to be able to help🙂 thank you for the support
Thanks for this very detailed video
Yes, itll apply to a 2013 impala as well
Man this is such an awesome video great job. Very good angles and directions. I feel like I could accomplish anything watching this.
Thank you so much🙂 comments like these make the effort and extra time i put into videos to help others worth it🙂 and im sure u can accomplish anything u set ur mind to
Hey my 2009 Chevy impala LT makes one loud click. All of the lights, air and radio comes one but it won’t start. Last week it was starting after I got a jump . 7 days later it wont start at all even after a jump this time. The battery is brand new and cables were cleaned off. Could it be a starter fuse or something or do I have to get a whole new starter?
@Josh Thomas hopefully u guys are able to figure it out..good luck🙂
Backyard Chevy it was the starter the car is running now!!
Backyard Chevy where are you located just out of curiosity lol
Backyard Chevy thank you soooo much a mechanic is coming to look at today! I’m going to tell him everything u said!
Are the cables tight on the post(can u wiggle or rotate em)...ive noticed on these impalas the new aftermarket batterys, the cables dont really tighten the post that well i had to tap em down a lil usually a loud click means its not getting a good strong connection or enough cranking amps but if everything checks out fine it could also mean ur starter might be engaging the solenoid but the motors not spinning so that part of it could be bad.
Good evening, i had a question if you had some time. Today i did this same job on a 2011 impala LT. Even put a new battery. All the electrical works i side as it should but when i go to crank the car up. It just makes i loud click noise and Thats it. What else can i check?
@SITTINlow Falcon always glad to help when i can🙂..thank you for the support
@Backyard Chevy thanks again
@SITTINlow Falcon yea that could be the reason..hope ur able to tighten em up, and it fixes it🙂
@Backyard Chevy thanks bro im gonna make sure thats all good. Terminals were a little loose maybe that was it
@SITTINlow Falcon loud click usually means that ur starters not getting a strong connection or enough cranking amps to spin it...could be a bad connection to battery..dirty or corroded connection try cleaning connections with a battery brush and make sure theyre tight and dont move and if not that check that ur battery cables aren't damaged and secured properly
Great job on this video.
Thank you🙂 really appreciate the support
If my car smokes up from the engine when I try to start it up and it doesn’t start would it be the starter
@Jean larraga good luck🙂 i hope everything goes smoothly and u get it going again...let me know how it goes🙂
It was just like you said. Oil got all over wires. Just bought a new starter. Going to replace it Saturday. And replace or recover wires.
@Jean larraga sounds like ur starter's shorting itself that's why the smell and smoke..its probably really hot if u touch it too..so yea i would definitely replace it
It doesn’t turn over. It just try’s to turn on but nothing. Smoke comes out. I feel as if it’ll catch fire because there’s a smell of rubber. It’s forcing itself way too hard
So it spins the engine when u turn the key but u get smoke as its turning? Does it sound weird if it does spin?
Excellent vid man! Simple and straight forward 👍🏼 good job
Thank you so much, really appreciate the support🙂
My dads 07 impala wouldn't start. It worked just fine the day before. No slow crank or anything. Then the next day, the lights and AC comes on, but a clicking noise is heard. Could that be the starter??
@Death Proff it was the starter
Was it the starter? I am having the same issue when you try to turn the car over? I got a brand new battery and it still wouldnt turn over. I think it may be the starter.
@Jada Collins i would still recommend if possible take out battery if u dont have a tester and have the cranking amps tested on it at a local auto parts store and make sure the cables connections are clean
@Backyard Chevy just tired to jump it. Opened the door and all lights came on as usual still one solid click when turning key
Usually a clicking noise means that the starters not getting enough power...hows the battery? Are battery cables tight and with no corrosion? If u try and jumpstart it does it start right up?
Great video solved a problem I had been facing for three weeks now. Amazing detail
That's awesome🙂 so glad to hear u were able fix the issue...thank you🙂 and thank you for the support
I just want to say this is the best video on how to replace the starter...it helped me out very much....i was able to take out and put in my own starter!! Thank you very much!!
@Latisha Walker anytime🙂 thank you for supporting me and my channel
@Backyard Chevy thank you it is very rewarding....thanks for sharing your knowledge
That's awesome🙂 feels so nice to be able to help someone else fix their own car🙂 thank you
On the civic someone told me you have to remove alot of parts to get to it ughhhh
Ive never had to its just hard to reach and hard to loosen the top bolt..but on this version i show arm placements and how i setup the tools to help them with more detailed help, see if it makes it easier in any way
This looks like even more of pain than on the 1999-2004 Odyssey. Nice work
Yea it was, and i did a honda civic starter right before that one, that one is worse than both..ill be posting an updated version of that one when i get it edited....thank you🙂