Question about 2000 Chevrolet Venture
As on any engine the freeze plugs are located along the sides of the lower engine block They look like large 1/2" to 1" brass or silver concave disks pressed into the engine block. They protect the block from cracking by poping out when the block coolant freezes.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
All over the engine block and the cylinder heads.
If one is leaking and and you can't see see it --its a matter of pulling the engine out.
Or if you can see it you could pop it out and put in one of those quick rubber type plug , avaliable at any auto parts store,
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
whats a chevy ventura looking like ?? iam a europeon mechanic and never seen one to be honest but if you look around the head you will find the core plugs at the back front and sides where the molten metal is poured into the sand mould and the aperatures let the air out and the sand mould after it has cooled
Posted on Oct 30, 2011
Not familiar with this specific model, but usually the thermostat housing is on the engine where the upper radiator hose attaches. Remove the upper hose at the engine (drain the coolant first of course), and you should see a couple of bolts that hold the housing onto the engine. There may also be a small bypass hose (about one inch in diameter, and 4 to 6 inches long) going from the housing back to the engine. If so, remove it from the housing as well.
There is a drain on the bottom of the radiator, on one side. It usually has a little handle on it, and turn the handle counter-clock-wise to open it. It may be only 1/4 turn, or it may turn several times.
There may or may not be drain plugs on the engine block itself, some engines have these and others don't. They will be near the bottom of the engine block, just above the oil pan, you will have to be under the engine to find them. There may be one or more, they may be on one side or opposite sides.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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