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Replace/repair thermostat replace new thermostat need info

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  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2009

    Where is my thermostat located on my 2003 Chevy Venture

  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2009

    I have a 2003 chevy venture. After driving for about 2 miles, the temperature in my car goes straight to red, so I stopped the car, and I noticed that the water drained back to the water tank. After turning the radiator cap half way, the air was released and slowly the water went back into the radiator. The thermostat was changed twice and the water pump was also changed. So I took out the thermostat, the car is running fine, but temperature is now lower than it should be 220F. There is no smoke coming out the muffler, there is no anti-freeze in the oil, and there is nothing dripping from underneath the car. What could the problem be?

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    what happens when a I have a blown head gasket in my 2003 venture, what causes this

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