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'98 Chevy Venture Air compressor quit working

Chevy Venture has an accessory air compressor located in the rear on the driver's side, comes with an air hose/tire chuck/pressure dial and can be used to inflate beach toys, tires, etc. Problem is, it quit working. Does not seem to be any power to the switch, it's a momentary contact membrane-type switch that locks in a self-holding relay to start the compressor. Thought it might be a fuse, but there is no reference to the compressor in the list of fuses either in the owner's manual or inside the cover(s) of the two fuse blocks (one under the hood, one on the passenger side of the dash). Really don't want to have to check EVERY fuse, does anyone know what fuse actually supplies the compressor??

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  • shelley354 Apr 26, 2009

    My compressor does'nt work when you attach the hose, yet it still makes a noise as if it is working. I checked the book and I think that the fuse is the one marked ELEC TRLR... let me know what you think

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I found one fuse under the hood its top left corner small one that is a 30a

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