Where is the camshaft sensor located in 1997 Chevy venture
follow the top radiator hose to the engine. its under the cover.
How do you unlock the radio of. 1997 Chevy venture
The computer on the 1997 Chevy Venture is located inside the engine air filter. The computer is surrounded by a semi-clear white plastic coolant reservoir.
i wouldn't know --- there is no 1996 chevy venture, they started making them in 1997. However, almost all the venture fuses are located on the right side dash board, open the front passenger door
The 1997 version has the 4T60e transmission
It is in the fuse box under the hood,spot number 14.
Not a fun job to do... They come from the heater core located on the passenger side of the firewall. becasue it's a Chevy Venture/Olds Silhouette/Pontiac Montana... this job is not easy.
97 venture weighs appox. 3715 lbs
what is the coil firing order on a 1998 chevy venture van with a 3400 engine?
under the dash
Underneath you would have to get under the car
near of blower fan on right side inside the car under dash
Could you please tell me if a 1997 Chevy Venture has a heater control valve and if possible the location of the valve.
tire size for 97 venture is P215-75R-15
under pass seat
The Chevy Venture, which was produced from 1997-2005 falls under the minivan class. Standard modular seating is for seven passengers, however, there is an eight passenger option that has a middle captain chair seating.
With a wrench
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.
It is under the hood in front of the radiator.
I've got a better question, why is this question in the Chevy venture forum ?
get under the truck its under motor
The throttle position sensor on a 1997 Chevy Venture is located next to the air intake hose on the Electronic Fuel Injector (carburetor). Follow the air intake hose from the air filter to the EFI (carburetor) and it will be on the right hand side where the air intake hose connects to the carburetor.
i would love the help please