Question about 2000 Chevrolet Venture
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Make sure and put a rag over the oil lines when you disconnect them so you don't have oil leaking all over the place.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the most commen problem with no heat is an air lock in the cooling system
when the vehicle is cold remove the rad cap
then there is a air bleed screw on the coolant pipe that goes across the front valve cover open the bleed screw about 3/4 to a full turn
use a funnel and over fill the rad into the funnel (this will make a mess)
make sure you have a steady streem of coolant coming out of the bleeder when you have a steady streem close the bleeder then there is a bleeder screw on the thermostat hosing open it and when you have a steady streem from it close that one then put the rad cap back on
and start the vehicle put your heat controls on VENT ,HOT AND HIGH BLOWER SPEED
run the vehicle and make sure you have HOT AIR COMMING OUT OF THE VENTS NOT WARM if its just warm then shut the engine off and open the bleeder on the pipe not the T-STAT HOUSING
keep repeating till you get HOT AIR COMMING FROM THE VENTS
top up the over flow bottle the rad will be fine
hope this helps
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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Sounds like a blown gasket. The pressure at combustion
chamber varies from 75 in idle up to 150 in higher RPM. If the
cylinder head gasket is blown, then gases are blown into the cooling
system, increasing the pressure, the radiator cap pressure relief valve
is open and coolant is discharged in the coolant bottle. In such cases
it is common for the coolant bottle to boil. You can observe gases
discharging in the bottle, mixed with coolant, from the cooling system.
These are symptoms of a blown cylinder head gasket.
To find it out you have to perform cylinder compression test on your car. Start with a normal ("static") compression test. If you will find low or zero pressure in one cylinder this might be a bad ring, valve or cylinder head gasket
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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