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1999 Chevy Venture--all warning lights coming on. Nothing appears to be wrong. Then temp. gauge appeared hot; loses power until stop and cool; then ok again. All fluids, etc. ok.

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  • Mr D 427 May 11, 2010

    When the temp gauge appears hot, is the vehicle actually overheating? From the sounds of it, you may need a new main computer. I had this happen in an older buick I had.

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Did you change your thermostat probably stuck closed

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