Question about 2000 Chevrolet Venture
Ok so my brother has a 2000 Chevy Venture and was driving down the road. All of a sudden he has major difficulty steering. Finally able to get to the side of the road and lo and behold, what looks like the front axle is laying on the ground. After having the van towed home, when getting the van off the tow truck, the engine is now sitting on the ground. Also the steering wheel now just goes around and around with no resistence. Help!! Anyone know what it's gonna take to fix it??? Are we looking at some major $$? Thanks for any and all help.
Wow are you serious it takes alot to loss an axle it had to be making noise for a long time and for the motor to drop all the motor mounts had to be bad did anyone work on it and forget to put the mount bolts back in your talking your looking at about $800-1000 if it just needs all the mounts and axles
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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