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Chevrolet Venture, Van
#2465 of 2512 Re: Gotta defend this van's honor... [kid robinski]
Feb 08, 2010 (10:23 pm)
i here ya
i just bought a 2000 chevy Venture back in December 2009 for $2,500 and it is in mint condition no rust it has 156000km when i bought it and now it is 160660km and it runs really well i've had minivans in the past but this one tops them all
i get 1150kns on a full tank on the high way but i only get 750kms in the city driving
this van is my first here in ontario. i'm orignally from NEWFOUNDLAND me and the wife were hoping to drive to newfoundland this summer 2010 2,464 miles.but i'm afraid where i don't want to wreck the vehicle it's to good i was going to by a 2010 Dodge Grand caravan that sucks cause there all the same as in the features like the seats fold down into the floor ? what if you spill pop or juice on the floor there goes your seats, side windows rolls down if a kid is not locked in there seat they could fall out of the window , and the front end where the grill and the rad surport is well it's all plastic.
#2466 of 2512 Re: Door Opening from Key Fob [offham]
Feb 08, 2010 (10:31 pm)
yes they do need to be reset
but you can reset them yourself just go to your owners manual and it will tell you how to reset them what you have to do is press the lock and unlock at the same time for 7 seconds and it should reset.
#2467 of 2512 Re: What are those filters in the glove box? [tony17112acst]
Feb 08, 2010 (10:57 pm)
i have a 2000 chevy Venture and i have the same air filter it is not for the engine
it is for the air that circlates inside the vehicle from the outside for fresh clean air,
they are $ 20.00 to $25.00 comes with two in a box it is called a Cabin Filter.
#2468 of 2512 Re: 2000 Venture won't start [syeb]
Feb 08, 2010 (11:03 pm)
check the fuses in the Engine compartment and if thats not the Problem,
replace the Starting Motor.
#2469 of 2512 wiper arm stays up
Mar 01, 2010 (7:18 am)
After recent snow my wiper arm doesn't return to the normal postion when in the off position. It stays vertical. I read some old posts on this subject that suggested a tab above the wiper motor may have gotten bent. I cannot seem to find this tab. Can anyone give me more direction in this area please?
#2470 of 2512 Re: wiper arm stays up [kayfuslee]
Mar 01, 2010 (8:22 am)
Pop the hood and check to see if you have any snow/ice that prevents the arms from going fully down. Mine does this often and it is due to snow/ice there.
#2471 of 2512 Re: wiper arm stays up [azu]
Mar 01, 2010 (10:25 am)
It's completely clear. It wasn't when the problem arose. I'm able to push the wipers down near where they belong, but after turning them on and then off they stop back in that vertical position anyway.
#2472 of 2512 Re: wiper arm stays up [kayfuslee]
Mar 06, 2010 (1:02 pm)
The wiper motor is likely bad and needs to be replaced - failure to park (return to the fully down position) is one of the symptoms...Its a semi-common problem on the Venture.
Mar 07, 2010 (6:46 pm)
hi i have a 1998 chevy venture and I'm trying to locate a noise under the radio by a heater core box. It sounds similar to a blend door closing and opening and it feels like a scratching struggling noise. any one experienced something similar? If so, post a comment in reference to this issue. gracias