Question about 2001 Chevrolet Venture
You need to have the car scanned for codes. There are a few possibilities here but the symptoms you describe are very typical of a faulty crankshaft sensor and thats what my money is on from the description.
However to avoid chasing after shadows and throwing money at various parts, it is important to have the cars computer scanned with diagnostic software. For example faulty coils or non electrical fuelling issues can throw up similar issues. A scan will identify the trouble codes stored in the cars computer and help confirm the diagnosis.
Autozone will do this for free or your local dealership will do it for a small charge and if it is confirmed as a simple sensor issue you can replace this yourself afterwards to save a few bucks.
Working diagnoses: Faulty Crankshaft sensor - obviously pending result of diagnostic scan.
Please do leave a vote for the solution. Many thanks.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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