Needs to be readjusted.
I have a 2001 chevy venture and I never had any probs. Only thing is the electrical goes out about 180,000 miles
it goes on/in the top of the gas tank
The vacuum line diagram for a 1997 Chevy Venture 3.4 engine outline where each line goes and what it connects to. It can be found within the service manual.
The Venture Bros- - 2003 What Goes Down Must Come Up 3-7 was released on: USA: 13 July 2008
Up. Heat goes up.
what goes up, goes down!
Not sure how old this posting is but the problem could be the lower intake gasket. I just had mine replaced. If its not under warranty the dealer said it would cost $800.
When the piston goes up the heat temperature decreases while when the piston is down the heat temperature is increases.
On my 97 it is in side the backdoor just under where it goes through the glass.
On the engine end of the upper rad hose. When replacing it make sute the spring goes toward the engine.
The 2002 Chevy Venture has a dual a/c system. The 2000 might also. There could be a hole in the hose that goes to the left and back of the van, but not in the one that is for the driver's side of the van.
The spring goes down.
Nobody goes with Don Qoixote on his first venture unless you count his horse which he named Rocinante
The spring goes down into the engine.
The spring on it goes down into the intake.
well hot goes up and cold goes down
Heat goes up when rain comes down. This is a kid joke.
air in the cooling system,indicating you have a coolant leak somewhere.or a sticking thermostate but i doubt it.
The spring on it goes down in the engine.
The spring on the thermostat goes down towards the engine.
The density of a fluid goes down (becomes less dense) when heat is applied.