p3x744: Thanks for the info. Had no idea idea I'd have to take off half the damn engine to get to it so thanks for the heads up! And GM-NO thanks for you.
Jorge Lopez: thanks for the video and all the talking and explain the size of every bolt and location but you never did explain or show exactly where the thermostat is located
john smith: 3350cc V6.
BIG DADDY: you dont have to remove the throttle body at all, just remove the intake, and exhaust covers, (the aluminum heat shields) and you can get to both bolts.
Hector Sanchez: Replacing the engine expansion plug near water pump
Hector Sanchez: Tried everything on coolant line and the tower will not budge free and suggestion.....
Jorge Bueno: Your engine is very clean,super clean
dee jay: Great great post will be doing this as soon as I get home
Del Ferdinand: Thanks for the info. It dosn't matter what accent you have it's the invormation thats important and that you took your time to share that information!!!!!!!
meTimetraveler: make sure to have the ignition off when you disconnect/reconnect the sensors. Do not reuse gaskets. Do not remove the throttle body, remove the exhaust cross over. Squirt the studs/bolts for the cross over with liquid wrench an hour or so before you remove them.
chris credit: Man that's nuts! The engine designers should have to work on their designs. I recently heard these motors are built to last over 400k. Apparently this was achieved by allowing a little 'piston slap', which acts to minimize wear during cold starts; this explains the noise they make. Well done Canuks! (I genuinely mean that; since I myself have Canuk roots; my last name is 'Credit', as in Port Credit, just south of Toronto.
UGotMalk: great video..thanks 4 uploading
templetext: Thanks for your video. It helped me get started. I've tried to include the completion part and helps for completing the job. I made a follow up video but can't figure out how to put it here. Search templetext 1997 pontiac.
Ray Cleveland: I just complete the same job and he is right on the only think I did was to remove the heat shield off cross over pipe give a little more to put it in. the only he should have done the work on the video as it labor intense which is not shown in video
DEL DEW: I don't care what he sounds like. I came because I needed advice:(bite the hand that feed me?.I think not)...I just appreciate the advice not judging...just grateful..thanks for the post.)
drew blue: Trolls!!! Got to lv them lol
drew blue: I feel for u man damn that musta been a pain in the ass i have a impala now i recently bought her and proud of the car w/ 173,000 mi and still going :-) iam now officially a impala lover :-)
985 Chevy: It's always nice when someone makes a video to help others. I will be attempting this tomorrow. Thanks.
Russ Gardner: To all you haters--didn't see your videos on here!
It wasn't the best video I have ever seen, but certainly not the worst! He did explain it in a way that a novice can understand and follow. Wish he would have totally replaced a thermostat, but overall it does the job!
Zehnuss: "before you untighten it all the way" WTF??? Nice vocabulary Kermit the Frog!
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