Question about Chevrolet Venture
It sounds like a battery issue. Check the battery connections, they may be loose at either post. Physically check to see if they are tight to the battery. Next if possible get the battery tested for state of health. If your battery is faulty or weak it will do a lot of weird symptoms, they all sound related. Also check the ground cable (the black one) to the body ground, this is usually on the right front fender (follow the smaller black wire from the battery). The other issue Venture vans are known for is the ignition switch. It could be faulty and either staying engaged with the key off, or not allow full voltage to accessories, such as wipers, door locks, theft deterrent system or computer modules (thats a whole different scenario).
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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