Question about 2003 Chevrolet Venture Passanger
This is probably a bad connection in the wiring harness. If you disconnect the computer and use a wire-piercing self powered test light, you may be able to identify one or more wires in the harness that are intermittent, and repair them by adding a jumper across the damaged portion(s). The computer is inside the air box for cooling, and therefore sometimes is subject to excess humidity. It could also be the plug itself that is loose or corroded. If there is any green or white crust on or in the plug, clean it thoroughly with battery cleaner, dress it with dielectric grease, and reconnect. Any wires that seem loose in the plug during this process probably are. Sometimes you can bend the contacts SLIGHTLY to correct this. Reinforcing the plug where the wires come out of it using silicone adhesive may also help.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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