we had the same problem it ended up to be a vacuum line underneath the van
Hey Michael=Check the resistor block on the evaporator case. Good luck, Joe
I would start with the switch it should be the easiest and cheapest.
Blower motor resistor most likely.
[I agree with the blower motor resistor being the most likely cause. It is usually located next to the blower motor on most of these vans. Just follow the wires from the blower motor back the resistor to find it.]
i like an axhaust diagram for a 1999 chevy venture
check the blower motor resistor
Defective Blower Motor Resistor Pack.
how to take strut off of venture van would like to see diagram please
I work for a GM dealership, and referring to this vehicle, that is most often the blower motor starting to fail. If the blower resistor failed, it would probably not blow at all at certain speeds.
The blower resistor gets overheated and burns out usually because the blower motor is failing also.
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The owners manual would have that information.
whatever the side of the tire says it should be inflated to. read it, it has nothing to do with it being a Chevy venture, if you put different tires on it than the factory, it would be different air pressures
chevy trucks have the blower resistor pack in the bottom of the airbox on the passenger side under the dash. i would assume the suv's would be the same.
I would check a salvage yard. Or a dealer.
Best bet would be your friendly local Chevy dealer parts and service dept.
The blower motor relay for high speed would be located in the power distribution box under the hood.
My 1997 would not shift out of first gear, was 'throttle position sensor'.
It would help to know what year you have. For an example, a 1999 S10 with no ac, the resister would be found under the hood, on the firewall, on the passenger side, close to the blower motor.
The blower motor speed resistor is burned out. The resistor is located close to the blower motor and is easy to change. Your local auto parts store will have that part for you.
My first guess would be the blower motor speed resister. The second guess would be the switch and/or switch plug. I agree, It's a very common problem, the resistor goes for about $52.00 Can. Carquest has them part # RU44
The blower motor would be located under the hood, on the firewall, close to the passenger side fender.
If the one speed it works on is high speed, it is the blower motor speed resisitor that is bad.
I have a 1996 Chevy Venture and it does the same thing. I think it has been affecting my electrical system now too. Any help would be appreciated. I've had mechanics look at it several times with no cures.
The Chevy Venture is a minivan and even if you took bench seats out, there would not be enough head room to fit a queen size box spring inside. The queen size mattress is wider then the inside height or width of the minivan
Either because of tire pressure, bent frame, or needs an alignment.
could be linkage adjustment or low fluid level in gearbox
The blower motor relay only operates the high speed function. That relay would be in the fuse/relay center under the hood.