Chevrolet Venture Experts

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Chevrolet Venture Questions


Where Is The Starter Located On The 2003 Chevy Venture

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James Story


I am having the same problem as the gentleman that asked the similar question. Although I have an OBD II scanner. It comes back as multiple cylinder misfire. I am also having trouble finding the ins...

10 views with 2 answers (last answer 5 days ago)

My Heater Is Blowing Cold Air And The Van Is Overheating All The Sudden. 03...

I just had front brakes, break assembly, and a tie rod put on my 03 Chevy venture van. Got it back and now my heater is blowing cold air and the van is overheating. The van has never over heated befor...

15 views with 1 answer (last answer about a week ago)
Andrea Irlam

My 2002 Venture Won't Start

It would start cold just fine but after driving 15 min somewhere it would take me multiple tries to get it started again. It sounds like it's trying to catch but won't. I've checked the battery. S...

5 views with 1 answer (last answer about a week ago)

Front Brake Replacement

After replacing front pads and rotors do I need to bleed only front brakes or all 4 and if so in what pattern

35 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 weeks ago)

Older Chevrolet Venture

1997 Chevrolet Venture Overview
1997 Chevrolet Venture
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About the Chevrolet Venture

The Chevrolet Venture was introduced in 1997 as a replacement for the unlamented Chevy Lumina minivan. Its steeply raked design wasn't to everyone's taste, but drivers praised its roomy interior, comfortable seating, and ease of access to the passenger cabin, thanks to its innovative dual sliding doors.

Two bodystyles were offered: a standard 112-inch wheelbase and an extended-wheelbase version that stretched to 120 inches. Various trims were offered through the years, ranging from no-frills basic models to high-end packages with luxury touches and media centers.

Although the Chevy Venture was targeted at drivers looking for comfortable family transportation, a combination of the SUV revolution and the uninteresting design of the van itself meant that it never quite caught on. Nor were its other GM incarnations (the Oldsmobile Silhouette and the Pontiac Trans Sport, later the Pontiac Montana) more successful. The Chevrolet Venture was discontinued in 2005 and replaced by the Uplander.