Chevrolet Impala Service Repair Manual. Wiring Diagrams

In the 2005-2010 Chevrolet Impala repair and maintenance manual, you will find all the step-by-step instructions for performing the correct and safe repair of your car. Engine repair, hanging equipment diagram, sensor locations, transmission removal and installation, error codes and their interpretation, diagnostics of engine, fuel system and transmission malfunctions.

Antilock Brake System Download
Disc Brakes Download
Hydraulic Brakes Download
Park Brake Download
Automatic Transaxle – 4T65-E – Troubleshooting Download
Fastener Tightening Specifications Download
Cruise Control Download


Collision Repair Download
Displays and Gages Download
Electrical Component Locator Download
Emission Applications Download
Engine Exhaust Download
Entertainment Download
Exterior Trim Download
Frame and Underbody Download
Front Suspension Download

Floor Coverings and Headlinings Download
Horns Download
HVAC Systems – Manual Download
Interior Trim Download
Immobilizer Download
Instrument Panel and Console Trim Download
Service Reminder Indicators (Reset) Download
Power Steering System Download
Steering Wheel and Column Download


Rear Suspension Download
Remote Functions Download
Seats Download
Stationary Windows Download
Roof Download
Tire Pressure Monitoring Download
Wheel Drive Shafts 2006-2008 Download
Wheel Drive Shafts 2009-2010 Download
Wipers/Washer Systems Download

System Wiring Diagram Download


Chevrolet Impala Gen9

The Impala appeared in 1958 as the most luxurious version of the Chevrolet Bel Air, which had never had any “people’s” or “poor man’s” titles before. It differed from the original in a different body design and a chic interior. In appearance, lines were visible from the already famous Corvette by that time, so some automotive journalists even called the Corvette Impala model. The motors were a match – up to 315 hp. and with virtually unlimited torque. Of course, the car has become the most prestigious and expensive of the entire Chevrolet lineup. The Americans, who had nowhere to spend money, accepted the model with a bang, buying 180,000 Impala, and the very next year, inspired by the success, GM management made a separate model out of it.


In general, an interesting feature of American cars of those years is the frequency of updating the lineup. Tell me, how much is any car model produced in our time? Five-six-seven years with one “break” for light restyling? But in those days, manufacturers seriously updated at least the appearance of their cars almost every year. Looking at almost any car of those years, you can accurately determine the year of its release. Only in appearance! As a result, cars became obsolete morally much earlier than technically, which further spurred demand.


The Americans were especially fond of large and powerful cars, so that at least six meters in length, and the engine of six or seven liters of commercials. And what, gasoline cost a penny, there is a lot of space, but then no one thought about the environment. Manageability was left close to Europe. Although if there were connoisseurs of this dish in the States, they were always happy to sell Corvette. And for everyone else, cars like the Chevrolet Impala were created.

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