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If it starts for 5 seconds out less, and you notice a security light on the dash, go to this link for answers. Gm are notorious for failing antitheft systems
Check your coolant level in the overflow as well as the radiator. Be sure to only check the level with the engine cold. The system is under pressure and removing the cap when hot could cause sever burns and injuries. If you have to fill it be sure to use a 50/50 mix of dexcool and water.
Most likely is a fuse. There is a fuse box at the end of the right side of the dash. Open front passenger door and there is a cover that says fuses on the end of dash. There is also a fuse box located under the hood at the right front of engine compartment. It should have a cover with a round knob in the middle of it .Unscrew the knob to remove cover.
I have over 300k miles on my 2000 Venture. When the lights start flickering at low RPM's, the alternator or battery might be going bad. I would have it tested (for free) at the local AutoZone or Napa. The alternator SHOULD last 80-150,000+ miles. Its a real pain to change out on the Venture vans.
Sometimes I wonder if the van just doesn't create enough juice to run all of the accessories since even when batery and alternator are new they flicker once in a while when a component turns on.
I get zapped year round by my cars, even in high humidity. It is not harmful, but be careful at gas stations!