Question about 2004 Chevrolet Venture Passanger
Most commonly with these cars the security system will do this if the battery is "drained" while trying to start the car. ie: a low battery that is too weak to turn the engine over. Usualy the power options & accesories will not work if this is happening.
To fix it you will need to ensure the battery is charged, you then disconnect the battery negative cable for about 1 minute with the key out of the ignition. reconnect the battery cable & start the car normally. Everything should be back to normal.
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Posted on Mar 17, 2009
i am in training for a mechanic and all you have to do is put a battery charger on it and leave the ignition on it needs to re learn the system
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
try turning the ignition switch to on position, security light will flash, leave the ignition swith on for about ten minutes , the light should quit flashing, vehicle may then start
Posted on May 19, 2010
Had neighbor look at this same problem. Turned out the shifter cable linkage near the top of transmission had popped off. They popped it back on and works but a bushing in the clip probably needs replaced. The neighbor rewched over engined top between firewall and engine and popped it back on.
Works fine but does needs a clip/bushing part and auto parts store has to get from Chevy
Posted on May 20, 2010
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