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The Chevrolet Malibu is a mid-size car that was produced from 1964 to 1983. The sedan was rear-wheel-drive from 1964 to 1983 that was changed to a front-wheel-drive car in 1997. The Malibu is powered by a variety of engines; 2.0 L LTG I4 turbo (gasoline), 2.0 L VCDi I4 turbo (diesel), 2.4 L LUK I4 hybrid (gasoline), 2.4 L Ecotec I4 (gasoline), 2.5 L LCV I4 (gasoline), 2.5 L LKW I4 (gasoline), and 3.0 L LFW V6 (gasoline) versions. The latest models are powered by a 1,341 cc (81.8 cu in) 1.35-liter E-Turbo Inline-3 version that produced 154 bhp (115 kW) at 5600 rpm and 174 lb. ft. (236 Nm) of torque at 1500-4000 rpm. Some are equipped with a 1,598 cc (97.5 cu in) 1.6-liter LH7 turbo diesel Inline-4 version that produced 134 bhp (100 kW) at 3500-4000 rpm and 236 lb. ft. (320 Nm) of torque at 2000-2250 rpm. The Malibu is equipped with the 4-speed 4T45 automatic, 6-speed 6T40 automatic, and 6-speed 6T70 automatic transmissions. The eighth generation included the 6-speed 6T40 automatic, 6-speed 6T70 automatic, 6-speed Aisin AWTF-80 automatic (South Korea), and 6-speed manual (Europe and Uzbekistan) transmissions were available. The ninth generation equipped the 6-speed GM 6T45 automatic, 8-speed Aisin AWF8F45 automatic, and 9-speed GM 9T50 (M3E) transmissions. The Malibu has been transformed from front-wheel-drive to rear-wheel-drive. The latest models, all of them use a nine-speed automatic transmission. The Malibu comes with 17-inch wheels, LED taillights, an acoustically laminated windshield, a remote engine start, heated front seats, and a power-adjustable driver's seat.

Chevrolet Malibu owners have raised several concerns, with the most common ones being power steering issues and fuel pump problems. Power steering issues manifest as intermittent outages, characterized by clunking noises, excessive front-end vibration, grinding sounds while turning, steering tilt failing to lock, and difficulty in steering control. These signs might indicate a malfunctioning steering knuckle or inadequate protection from the steering column cover. On the other hand, fuel pump problems are typically identified by a whining noise, difficulty starting the car, and a decline in engine performance, suggesting the need for fuel pump replacement. Apart from these key issues, regular maintenance is crucial for prolonging the lifespan of the Chevrolet Malibu. Periodic checks on components such as seat belts, which secure against harmful movement, and windshield wipers or wiper blades, responsible for maintaining clear vision while driving, are essential for ensuring safety and optimal vehicle performance.

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Chevrolet Malibu Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How do you remove the throttle body on Chevrolet Malibu?
    A: To remove the throttle body, begin by disconnecting the cable from the negative battery terminal and removing the air intake resonator. Disconnect the throttle body electrical connector and remove the mounting bolts. Check the O-ring type throttle body gasket and replace it if needed. To install, begin by installing the gasket and tightening the mounting bolts to the specified torque. Start the engine and check the operation and that there are no air leaks.
  • Q: How do you remove the Steering Wheel in Chevrolet Malibu?
    A: To remove the clockspring and steering wheel, begin by parking with the wheels pointing straight and disconnecting the cable from the battery's negative terminal. Disable the airbag system and remove the steering column covers. Remove the airbag module by inserting a round tool into the holes on the back of the steering wheel, then unplug the connectors and remove it. Detach the clockspring wire harness and disconnect the connector for the steering wheel switches. Remove the bolt and lift the steering wheel off.
  • Q: How do you remove the tie-rod end?
    A: To remove the tie-rod end, begin by applying the parking brake and loosening the front wheel lug nuts. Then, raise the front of the vehicle and support it securely on jackstands before removing the wheel. Loosen the tie-rod end jam nut and mark the relationship of the tie-rod end to the threaded portion of the tie-rod.
  • Q: How do you remove the Fuel Injector and Fuel Rail on Chevrolet Malibu?
    A: To remove the SL engine, start by relieving the fuel system pressure and disconnecting the battery. Then, remove the engine cover, insulation, and ignition coils. Disconnect the fuel rail pressure sensor and individual injector connectors, and move the harness out of the way. Disconnect the fuel rail harness connector and the high-pressure fuel pipe. Remove the fuel injector assembly screws using either Method 1 or Method 2. Next, remove the injectors from the fuel rail by carefully prying the assembly apart and pulling the injectors away.