Question about 2000 Chevrolet Venture
Just did it. It is a pain. Remove the air intake assembly and the carb intake. the carb has a standard bolt on top closest to you the other is actually doubling as the bracket holder. There is a nut for the bracket then move the bracket and remove the post under it. It's also the 2nd carb bolt. You'll also hve to remove the throttle bracket that is attached to the carb. The thermostat housing is underneath. 13mm bolts. The lower 1 is the pain. I used a curved box wrench. Socket won't fit. If you have a lift they say you can remove the crossover heat shield and exhaust pipe, but you have to be under in order to get to the lower bolts. Good luck! It is possible. be patient
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
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