i like an axhaust diagram for a 1999 chevy venture
The heater core has gone bad or possibly a hose leading to it or away from it has gone bad.
how to take strut off of venture van would like to see diagram please
i would love the help please
figure it out how would i know i am a chick
Blown head gasket.
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
broken engine gasket.
I would check a salvage yard. Or a dealer.
Best bet would be your friendly local Chevy dealer parts and service dept.
My 1997 would not shift out of first gear, was 'throttle position sensor'.
It is toward the back about where the drivers right side area would be. However how you get the cap off to add fluid is beyond me. It is too far back to be able to reach in or get a funnel in there. ? ? So how do you add brake fluid on these vans?
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
There is a good chance you will need to overhaul your tranny. My 99 Venture would hard shift after driving for a while. Turn it off and restart and all would be good. Then it would act up again. It is usually caused by either the torque converter or the valve body. Get both replaced. I have done 30k in the vehicle since overhaul and it runs perfectly.
Either because of tire pressure, bent frame, or needs an alignment.
could be linkage adjustment or low fluid level in gearbox
I would have to say, change the thermostat in it.
I would venture to guess about 230
If you call the dealership there is a recall on the rear tail lights. Something todo with the wiring in them..
Probably a 10mm. A six point would be best.
The new alternator probably has a faulty voltage regulator.