Question about 2003 Chevrolet Venture Passanger
More likely than not you have a bad CV axle. The number of CV failures in these vehicles before the 60000 mile mark is astonishing. Other common faults in this particular model are a short in the driver side brake light wiring and a pretty low life expectancy on turn signal flashers.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
Well Wheel bearings may be a factor, You may want to check the fluids in the differential and see if you see any metal in the gearlube, Another thing is the transmission check the fluid when Hot and see if its up to level and not smelling burnt. There is so many different things it could be. I am not really clear on the noise because I can't hear it but I can give you what I think it may be with the info you gave I hope that helps you out some, and thanks
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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