IDK what the diameter of this TB is. It's the stock model on '11 Impala LS (single cat).Sweet tb
Will that fit your air intake assm? Not the manifold part.
On the 12+ I believe it’s 72.3 or 73.2.
The one from overkill is 80mm. I’d consider going to 80 if I knew it’d fit my oe air box tube as I’ve cut the front off the box and believe the tube wouldn’t be the choke point. But, idk.
Dealer found right side loose tie rod...and nothing else. They also would not give me the summary sheet "in case I decide to go ahead with that one repair once I discuss with my wife". This lack of finding any more recommendations and the refusal to provide the summary seems odd. I suspect they are thinking I just want to use them to check the car for issues so I can go get them fixed elsewhere. But if they check their records they would see I have had several significant things done there (about half was under warranty). So I am a bit baffled by the reluctance to do what I explicitly asked for....a list of prioritized repairs and replacements so I can plan and budget ahead of time. At a minimum I would think they might mention the remaining brake pads thickness and the age of the struts/springs (85,000 miles on my car).Since a tie rod requires an alignment, I am also wondering about just asking them how much more it would be to add in front struts and springs. The quote for just the tie rod and alignment was $400. An alignment alone is $120 there. I am also wondering if I even want to get any more work done there if they are incapable (or refusing) to do a proper evaluation of my car.scheduled a trip to the dealer service department tomorrow to have them give the car a once over and list out problems with prioritization. Then I plan to go over the list and further sort the list into things I can do, things I might be able to do, and jobs I would screw up just by thinking about it, let alone if I actually attempted any of those.
Had a moderate increase in income with some back pay lump sum too, so trying to plan out car work accordingly. If the pile of cash were a bit larger I might have considered upgrading to a 2020 model from my rapidly deteriorating 2016 Limited LT.