Remove the serpentine drive belt and then remove the two 13 mm bolts from the Power Steering pump. Do not disconnect the hoses from the pump. This will allow you to lift the pump up enough to access the cam position sensor. Remove the 8 mm bolt which secures the sensor, you will need a swivel socket in order to do this. Once the bolt is removed, unplug the sensor and lift it out. Install the new sensor and remount the power steering pump. Should take 15-20 minutes with the proper tools.
change your o2 sensor
What is the easiest way to replace the starter motor on a 2000 chev Venture?
it goes on/in the top of the gas tank
Something is wrong with your 2000 Chevy Venture. Better information get's better answers.
It's underneath the vehicle in the exhaust pipe after the cat convertor.
My 2000 Chevy venture gets 24- 25 on the highway.
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no- 1998-2000 Chevy Venture vans only have a relay for the fuel pump and no fuse.
on my 2000 Chevy Venture, it's the one that sits pretty much on the top of the belt drive.
The knock sensor is located on the front of the engine, just above the oil filter mount. It should have a single Dark Blue wire connected to it.
The 2000 Chevrolet Venture is front-wheel drive and shouldn't have a fan clutch. The fans are electric.
how to replace a knock sensor on a 2000 Chevy 6.0 step by step
The fuse diagram for a 2000 Chevy Venture is located inside the car owner's manual. The diagram is also available at various auto part stores.
To change the fuel level sensor in a 2000 Chevy Impala, first close the gas and power lines. Remove the wiring and then drop the car tank. Remove the old fuel level sensor and replace it with the new one.
you dont have to
The correct tire pressure for a 2000 Chevy Venture is 32 psi front and rear. This is for the original tire sizes of P215/70R15 front, and P225/60R16 rear.
were is the cam shaft sensor
A 2000 Chevy Venture might skip while driving because of water in the fuel or damaged or dirty fuel injectors. You might also have an issue with the distributor.
for my 2000 Chevy Venture I use DexCool. It is the ONLY one recommended by GM.
unfortunately the Chevy venture is known for have many of the sensors going bad. I have a 2000 Chevy Venture that gives the wrong readings for everything. I never know where my gas level is until it is actually 'empty'.