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My chevrolet venture is not starting. I tried jump start it and it did not worked. The van has the original battery, the internal lights come up. Could this be the starter?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    When you jumped it, did it crank over? Are the battery cables corroded?

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I had the same porblem with my '02 venture. If you look down the positive battery cabke about 24 in. or so toward the starter there may be a metal splice. If so replace the cable.

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