2010 CHEVROLET IMPALA
- Sale-Lot Number:
- City, State:
- Ashland, OH
- Current Bid:
- 7,620 USD
- Close Time:
- 04/28 06:29 PM CT (Closed)
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2010 Chevrolet Impala 4 door sedan, Color: Blue, Estimated mileage: 67062, VIN: 2G1WA5EK2A1128981. Vehicle has light scratches from normal wear and tear, the heater defroster is in need of repair, and when the vehicle is unlocked, and door opens it makes a clacking noise. The noise will continue for about 5 minutes of driving. Condition of property is not warranted. Deficiencies, when known, have been indicated in the description. However, absence of any indicated deficiencies does not mean that none exists. Therefore, the bidder should ascertain the condition of the item through physical inspection. Contact the listed custodian at the property location for appointment to inspect or remove property. Parts may be missing and repairs will be required. Buyer is responsible for loading and removal of the property. Government personnel are not available to help load or move the property. If the purchaser is not the individual picking up the vehicle the individual picking up the vehicle will require signed written permission from the purchaser to remove the vehicle from the property. Property custodian is Rocemi Morales 419-289-2421 x3. 123A753104OH02
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Inspection and Removal Information:
Property Location Information:
Inspection and Removal Information:
Property Location and inquiries/questions regarding property inspection and/or removal:
804 U.S. Route 250e
Ashland, OH 44805
Contact: Rocemi Morales
Phone: 419-289-2421 ext 3000000
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- Current High Bid
- 7,620 USD
- Reserve Price
- Reserve Price Amount
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- 10 USD
- Inactivity period
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- Reduction of bid increment limit
- 3 USD
- Start Time
- 04/21 06:02 PM CT
- Close Time
- 04/28 06:29 PM CT
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Bidders in the Auction (Current top 10 bidders)
|Bidder#7 (Current High Bid)||7,620 USD||04/28/2023 06:09:34 PM CT|
|Bidder#9||7,509 USD||04/28/2023 06:09:04 PM CT|
|Bidder#8||5,618 USD||04/28/2023 03:53:02 PM CT|
|Bidder#6||5,013 USD||04/28/2023 03:05:00 PM CT|
|Bidder#5||4,000 USD||04/26/2023 08:34:59 PM CT|
|Bidder#2||3,500 USD||04/25/2023 05:40:35 PM CT|
|Bidder#4||2,560 USD||04/25/2023 05:40:13 PM CT|
|Bidder#3||2,527 USD||04/22/2023 07:36:35 PM CT|
|Bidder#1||500 USD||04/21/2023 11:24:23 PM CT|
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A Reduced Power light usually indicates a fairly serious problem with the throttle system. When this light illuminates the vehicle will often go into a “safe mode”, which will severely limit the speed of the car and in some cases will render the vehicle un-drivable.What is the code P0171 on a 2010 Impala? ›
A Code P0171 or system too lean bank 1 means either too much oxygen or too little fuel in the exhaust. This is a 'lean' condition or a 'low fuel trim' code. The P0171 OBD-II code indicates that the fuel system on the first bank of the engine is weak or that a vacuum leak exists near this side of the engine.Is there any recalls on a 2010 Chevy Impala? ›
GM's recall campaign number is 36110. Summary: General Motors LLC (GM) is recalling certain model year 2009-2010 Chevrolet Impala vehicles manufactured April 25, 2008 through February 16, 2010. The front passenger seat frame may contact and damage the wires of the passenger presence sensor module.What year is the rarest Impala? ›
Here's What A 1963 Chevrolet Impala Z11 Costs Today
The 1963 Chevrolet Impala Z11 is the rarest and meanest Impala ever built.
- Step 1: Use Your FIXD Sensor and App. ...
- Step 2: Check Connections. ...
- Step 3: Check Engine Oil. ...
- Step 4: Check Spark Plugs. ...
- Step 4: Replace Faulty Parts.
Expect to pay between $100 and $500, including parts and labor, to get your engine back in shape. However, a catalytic converter issue can cost over $2,000. The only way to find out what's wrong is to bring your car into a repair shop. Don't wait any longer—the issue will only grow worse, making repairs more expensive.What are the symptoms of a P0171 code? ›
What Are the Symptoms of a P0171 Code? A common symptom of a P0171 code, and the P0170 and P0173-P0174 codes, is that the engine will seem to run with a lack of power and may stall at any time. The stalling usually occurs when you stop at a stoplight and the engine cannot maintain a steady idle anymore.What is code P0174 on Chevy Impala? ›
' The P0174 engine code indicates that the air-fuel ratio in your vehicle is too lean. Before the gas in your car can combust and power your vehicle, it must first combine with oxygen. The mixture burns completely when the air and gas are present in the correct proportions.Why does my 2010 Chevy Impala hesitate when accelerating? ›
An engine that is hesitating to accelerate is most likely dealing with a fuel/air mixture that is too lean. Engine's that are running inefficiently will begin to show signs like hesitation which will only become worse over time.How many miles can you put on a 2010 Chevy Impala? ›
|2010 Chevrolet Impala|
|EPA Fuel Economy||Regular Gasoline|
|22 MPG 18 29 combined city/highway city highway|
|374 miles Total Range|
Chevrolet calls it the company's "quiet hero," and that's accurate.How much is an Impala worth? ›
2020 Chevrolet Impala Value - $19,349-$28,258 | Edmunds.What was the highest selling Impala? ›
In 1965 the Impala sold 1,074,925 units, still to this date the highest annual sales volume ever achieved by a single model in the US (Ford Model T figures were production not sales).What sensor causes reduced engine power? ›
Faulty throttle and pedal position sensor
Any problem within the TAC system can cause the reduced engine power warning light to go on. One of the more common reasons includes one or both APP sensors in the accelerator pedal or the pair of TP sensors.
The most likely issue is a clogged fuel filter. The purpose of the fuel filter is to ensure that dirt and debris stay out of the fuel system, so over time, it may need cleaned or replaced. When the fuel filter is clogged, the fuel pump has to work much harder, resulting in a far less efficient drive.What causes weak engine? ›
The causes for lackluster performance between a gasoline engine and a diesel engine are as different as the fuels they use. A gas engine traditionally becomes lazy due to an ignition advance issue, worn timing chain, incorrect air-to-fuel ratio, or restricted exhaust.Can bad spark plugs cause reduced engine power? ›
A misfiring engine means the spark plug wires are not firing properly. This causes many problems, like increased exhaust emissions, reduced fuel economy, and reduced engine power.How can you tell if your car is in limp mode? ›
If you experience a loss of power and see some warning lights on your dashboard, then your car may well have entered into limp mode. It's called this because the car will limit power to protect it from possible damage, while still allowing it to hobble on to your garage or destination.Is reduced engine power serious? ›
Some may be serious, while others are minor. The good news is, you can continue to drive with reduced engine power. However, you may have problems accelerating or starting the car. But keep in mind that your car went into fail-safe mode for a reason.What is the code for a bad fuel pump? ›
Bad Fuel Pump, Fuel Pressure Sensor Can Trigger Engine Code P0087.
Not likely. A P0171 ( too lean, Bank 1 ) code is most often caused by a vacuum leak downstream from the MAF sensor or a malfunctioning MAF sensor. Bad spark plugs could actually cause the opposite code ( too rich, bank 1).Can a bad gas cap cause a P0171 code? ›
Causes can be leaks in the many rubber hoses in the air intake, leaking hoses from the secondary air pump, a fuel tank vent valve not sealing, a gas cap that isn't tight as you noted, and so on.What is the most common cause of P0171? ›
A plugged Fuel Filter or poorly functioning Fuel Pump can set the P0171 code. The computer hears (accurately) from the Oxygen Sensor that the Fuel Mixture is too lean so the computer keeps increasing the amount of fuel being delivered into the combustion chambers.What does DTCs P0171 and P0174 indicate a lean condition? ›
What Does P0171 and P0174 Mean? DTCs P0171 and P0174 are generic codes that set when the feedback on the engine's air/fuel mixture becomes too lean for the Engine Control Module (ECM) to correct within its normal operating range. A lean mixture is a mixture that has too much air or not enough fuel.Can a bad O2 sensor cause a P0174? ›
Common P0174 diagnosis mistakes
Many people will replace the air fuel sensor or O2 sensor as soon as they get a bad reading, but the root cause is often a dirty or faulty mass airflow sensor or vacuum leak, thus causing the O2 or A/F sensor to read differently to compensate.
A P0171 or P0174 lean code with an O2 sensor reading lean all the time mean — well, several things. The real problem may not be a bad O2 sensor, but possibly be an engine vacuum leak, low fuel pressure or dirty fuel injectors that are causing the engine run lean.Why is my car struggling to accelerate and jerking? ›
What could the problem be? There are a range of reasons why your car is juddering when you accelerate. Your vehicle could have dirty fuel injectors, a damaged fuel pump, a blocked catalytic converter, a faulty mass airflow sensor, broken spark plugs, or even an accumulation of moisture.How do you fix hesitation acceleration? ›
- Check your engine's air filter and replace it if it's dirty.
- Make sure your fuel tank has enough gas.
- Inspect your fuel line and clean or replace it if it's clogged.
- Check your spark plugs and wires and replace them if necessary.
- Clean the mass airflow sensor.
Trouble accelerating can come from a few different engine issues. These include, but are not limited to, dirty fuel injectors, low fuel pressure, and restricted airflow. A problem with the mass airflow sensor, throttle position sensor, or engine speed sensor can also cause a car to have difficulty picking up speed.What year is the longest Impala? ›
The Chevrolet Impala received a major redesign in 1971, making it the biggest passenger car Chevrolet had ever produced. The new Impala was 220 inches long, which was comparable to a 1957 Cadillac.
The spark plugs should be replaced every 100,000 miles. Our technicians recommend replacing the spark plug wires also at this time.What is high mileage for a Chevy Impala? ›
200-250k would likely be the point where it starts to really become trashed. If you figure it has 180k now, in 8 years it has gone about 22,000 miles per year -- well above national average of 12k miles per year. 15 people found this helpful.Why won't my 2010 Chevy Impala shift into gear? ›
Usually when your car will not shift into any gear, it's caused by a damaged shift solenoid or speed sensor. It's also possible that an obstruction of debris exists inside the transmission hydraulic lines.How fast can a V6 Impala go? ›
Top speed of 149 mph.Which Impala has the Corvette engine? ›
Chevy debuted the seventh-generation Impala at the Detroit Auto Show in 1992 and it went into production in early 1994. The most magical component of the car was its engine: A 5.7-liter LT1 V8 derived from the Corvette that delivered 260 horsepower.What car replaced the Impala? ›
|Layout||Front-engine, rear-wheel-drive (1958–1996) Front-engine, front-wheel-drive (2000–2020)|
|Predecessor||Chevrolet Bel Air Chevrolet Lumina (Gen 2)|
|Successor||Chevrolet SS (for Impala SS) Chevrolet Caprice (Argentina)|
Impalas can live for 12 to 15 years.How many miles can a Impala last? ›
With proper maintenance, any Chevrolet Impala should last between 150,000 to 200,000 miles.Is Impala a good used car? ›
A used Chevy Impala is apparently the most cost-effective option for what you're getting out of it over its remaining lifespan. A 10-year-old Chevy Impala is one of the best value used-car buys out there right now, according to new research.What year Impala is most wanted? ›
1961 Chevrolet Impala Convertible - America's Most Wanted.
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When the throttle body fails or becomes dirty, it can trigger Reduced Engine Power mode. One of the most common triggers is a problem with the electronic throttle actuator control (TAC) system. Modern GM vehicles use this layout in place of a traditional, mechanical throttle body and linkage.Is it OK to drive with engine power reduced? ›
Can I Drive With Reduced Engine Power? Yes, you can drive with reduced engine power, though you might have trouble accelerating or shifting. But your vehicle goes into the fail-safe mode for a reason—to let you get to a safe spot before your car dies.What triggers reduced engine power? ›
Reduced Engine Power signifies that the car has lost some power and isn't performing as it should. Common cause include reduced flow of fuel and/or air to the engine, clogged catalytic converter, problem with the air intake, or a dirty mass airflow sensor.Can low oil cause reduced power? ›
When engine oil pressure drops, friction between different parts increases. This results in a steep decline in engine performance. Watch out for common signs of decreased engine performance such as a reduction in fuel economy, loss of power, and engine stalling.Can low transmission fluid cause reduced engine power? ›
If you have a faulty transmission, it will affect the smooth run of your engine which in turn makes you frustrated. In a situation where there is leakage or low transmission fluid, the engine would not provide maximum speed your vehicle.What does loss of engine power feel like? ›
Your engine idles more roughly than usual.
Extremely rough idling could indicate a problem in your spark plugs, cylinders, or fuel filters. No matter the source of your rough idle, any unusual engine sensations are good indicators that your engine is starting to lose power.
Reduced Engine Performance
A clogged converter will restrict exhaust flow, while a cracked one will leak harmful gas. Either fault can negatively affect engine performance and cause a reduction in power and acceleration as well as fuel economy.
Anything that impacts the air, fuel, compression or spark within the engine can cause it to lose power. Some issues may be as simple as a dirty air filter, while others may be more complex issues that affect the fuel injectors or spark plugs.