Question about 2000 Chevrolet Venture
Check you radiator fluid level. If it is below the fan temp sensor- it won't work. Look inside the rad and see if it is clean. You can remove the thermostat and plunge it briefly into hot water and watch it open/ then in to the freezer and watch it close.
Also check your engine oil for signs of coolant in there (headgasket) and check the over flow tank see if it looks blown out or it's cap is missing.(signs of real trouble) Then squirt a hose thru the radiator from the front of the car and see if any gets thru the front. It may have some road debris in there.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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