Question about 2000 Chevrolet Venture
Puddle of power steering fluid on driveway
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Find the power steering pump. The fluid goes in the top of the pump. Look for a twist off cap that has a measuring stick attached to the under side, when you take it off. Make sure you use the correct type of fuild for YOUR kind of vehicle. There are diffrent types for different makes of vehicles. Don't OVERFILL the pump.
Posted on May 15, 2008
You're going to have to bleed the system alot on those trucks. Just remove the return line and have an assistant turn the steering wheel back and forth just enough to engage the pump and filling the resevour while doing this. Keep bleeding until you have a good flow of P/S fluid out with no air bubbles. This can take a while.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
Support the vehicle on jack stands or equivelant...block, rock, etc, remove the tires that you'll be working on. There will be two allen bolts on the back side of the caliper; remove those without twisting off the rubber boot that's attached to them. once you have those out, grab the caliper and pull it toward you to compress the cylinder. You may have to take some fluid out of the brake fluid reservoir so it doesn't overflow when you do this. Once you have the caliper piston compressed, lift it up, remove the pads, and replace them with the new ones. Your rotors usually don't really need replacing unless they have deep grooves worn in them, or the brake pedal vibrates when you are braking. Once you have the new pads in, put everything back like it was before you started taking it apart, and you're done with that wheel.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
i have an impala Ls 3.8 liter and (not sure about the 3.4 liter) but mine is located in the back of the engine near the middle. and get a long thin funnel because its down a little ways.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
SOURCE: fault code p0440 CHevy venture
I had that exact code a couple weeks ago. Mine needed new oxygen sensors. They(there are 2, only one was throwing a code, but I had both replaced) cost a little over $100 to have replaced.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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