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2000 Chevrolet Astro Overview
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The Chevrolet Astro was born in 1985 as a truck/van hybrid (a van body on a sturdy truck frame). Its 6-cylinder, 190 horsepower engine lets the Astro easily tow heavy objects. Its roomy interior and 8-passenger seating is popular among its owners, who can still park it as they would a car.
For 2000, Chevrolet made several improvements to its Astro, including a redesigned anti-lock braking system (ABS), battery rundown protection, retained accessory power, a new 27-gallon plastic fuel tank, a quieter engine, and a remote keyless entry system with a panic alarm. Chevrolet revised the transmission, adding a tow/haul mode to reduce transmission burnout when hauling or towing heavy loads. Finally, the 2000 Chevy Astros have lockout protection and headlights that activate automatically in dim light and that have a flash-to-pass feature.
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Chevrolet Astro Questions
My 2000 Chev Astro Van Trans Slips 1&2
Astro No Speedo
no speedo,can test it with modis,and it does the sweep. looked at data on abs,bcm,and cluster module. abs reads vehicle speed,same as front sensors,other two show 0 kmh. all other gauges work.
My 2000 Astro Van Sways Going Down The Road.
I've had a lot of parts replaced including the steering box. I constantly have to compensate back and forth to keep it on the road. Can you help me?
Transmission Fluid Backing Up In My Radiator Or Maybe Its Oil 2000 Astro
My 2000 Astro Awd Service Light Is On And Has Problems.
The engine doesn't seem to engage when it should after accelerating. The speedometer shows the speed of the engine and not the land speed. What's wrong