Question about Chevrolet Venture
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Instructions too long to write here. you can find them in any cheap manual such as haynes. Most important part of job is to make sure you remove ALL of the old gasket on block before replacing with new, and to re-check all hose connections after you run it for a while to prevent leaks. Make sure you can remember where belt routing is so that you're not stumped when you go to put it back on.If it overheated, it's wise to replace thermostat...they get weird after overheating.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
You have to drop the fuel tank. It is inside. Hope the tank is near empty, remove the 2 fuel fill hoses, you have two straps, lower tank, remove 3 wire connectors, and several more lines. Please use an ac delco fuel pump module. It may come updated with a new wiring connector to fix the old ones problem. If it does, you have to rewire the van following the directions.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
sounds like your engine immobiliser fuel cut off is activating.try taking battery teminals off,re-connect and re activate your immobiliser fob the usual way,**** it will re-set itself,& or your fob battery may need changing,it,s anti-theft cut off that is your problem.good luck.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
if ur replacing it remove front grill disconnect both lines and carefully remove retaining clips from radiator if replacement is original eguipt mount & reconnect --if its a universal follow instructions usually cut off fittings and use clamps and hose to hook up
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
get into the oil change where it tells you what percent of oil life is left before change,then hold the reset button by the readout for 5+sec till it goes to 0 percent oil life use
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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