2006-2011 Chevy Impala Timing Marks Diagram 3.5 L V6 Engine
Last Updated on January 8, 2020 by Christ
2006-2011 Chevy Impala Timing Marks Diagram 3.5 L V6 Engine – The Impala is a car Full-Size produced by the American company Chevrolet since 1958. In the period in which the cars well defined, that is, those with particularly high dimensions dominated the US market the Impala was the best-selling car. It is built by engineer Ed Cole, and initially, the motto was: “A car of prestige within the reach of the average American citizen,” although until 1968 (with the introduction of the Caprice) was the most expensive among the Full-Size.
It was produced in various configurations but from that hard-top convertible that was the first to be submitted, to switch to the classic sedan, coupe and station wagon. From 1958 to 1996, the Impala’s sales exceeded 13 million units, more than any other full-size car in the history; The record belongs to 1965, the year in which it is sold one million vehicles in the US alone. In 2008, the Impala is the eighth vehicle and the sixth car for a number of sales in the US, the best-selling American sedan.
2006-2011 Chevy Impala Timing Marks Diagram 3.5 L V6 Engine:
Align the crankshaft timing marks (1) to the timing mark on the bottom of the timing chain tensioner (2). Align the timing mark on the camshaft gear (3) with the timing mark on top of the timing chain tensioner (4).
This diagram is based on the Chevrolet workshop manual. This diagram applies for the Chevy Impala 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 year model that uses a 3.5L engine. This engine also can be found at:
- 2006–2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
- 2009-2010 Chevrolet Malibu
- 2009-2010 Pontiac G6
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Would the cam sensor and magnets come up on scanner and fail inspection if it’s timing chain?