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This sounds like a failing camshaft position sensor and weak crank shaft sensor .When crank shaft sensor gets weak it will stop functioning.When crank shaft sensor stops working then ECM will not control fuel system and the fuel will stop flowing.And this can cause the problem.When crank shaft sensor gets heated it will stop working, but when the car shuts off, the sensor gets cold and works for few minutes and sensor again gets hot and it stalls.----------Get the crank shaft sensor tested on your Chevrolet venture.----------There are many other possibilities for this stalling problem,but crank shaft problem is indicating in your case.For more details, click the link below:---http://howtobyme.blogspot.com/2011/10/stalling-problem-on-2000-chevrolet.html
This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.
They are two different items. The cam sensor reports the position of the cam shaft(s) which operate the valves. The crank shaft sensor reports the position of the crank shaft, ie the position of the pistons.
The first thing you should do is remove your new crank shaft sensor and clean the mount point with a degreaser and your connectors with contact cleaner and a wire brush. Once you do this you should put your crank shaft sensor back in and see if it works if not i would suggest bring it back to the shop you got it and trying to have them replace it because more then likely if it still dose not work you may have gotten a bad censer out of the box.
no each one has its own job, crank sensor is counting crank shaft rpms cam sensor is counting cam shaft rpms is there any lights coming on just as this is happening? i think you should have the fuel pressure checked when it dies out,you need at least 50psi at fuel rail