Question about 1999 Chevrolet Venture
SET OF 6 -- Meets or exceeds OE/OES specifications for fit, function, performance, and quality; Features OE conductor construction and OE/OES specified insulators, nipples, and terminals; Offers superior fiberglass, silicone, and Kevlar construction for excellent conductivity, high temperature, EMI/RFI noise suppression, durability, and more; Meets SAE J2031 Class E specifications rated to withstand temperatures from -40 to 428 degrees Fahrenheit; Designed with click-in-place end caps that match to OE end caps for quick installation and a tight fit without adjustment; Pre-cut for a perfect fit; Features specially designed ignition cable and wiring systems to meet customer-established performance, reliability, and cost; Passed strict quality control and testing procedures to ensure consistent product performance; Designed to protect electronic systems from electrical or magnetic interference; Allows for all weather starting; Offers resistance to heat, cold, and chemical attack; Carries a maximum voltage; Won't crack or shrink.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
So are the fuses getting power, they should be labeled. like tail or ctsy, or inst? The dash lights are usually 5 amps. You will need to get a wiring diagram to ck it out. but you may need to start by looking at the headlamp switch. I cant believe any GM dealer could not help you. Forget anyone from a auto parts store being any help. I can ck tomorrow when at work for a diagram.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
Check all of the pulley grooves for debris and run a wire brush over them a few times. Also check the tensioner by removing the bolt in the center of it. If it looks ok, still remove the bolt because you have a 90% chance that it will fall apart when you remove it. The bolt holds it together if they break internally so it doesn't leave you stranded somewhere.
Posted on May 21, 2010
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