What is the small mother in rear of Chevy venture that keeps turning on and off

Asked by Jan 21, 2015 at 09:25 AM about the 2005 Chevrolet Venture

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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8,045

I need a pic and it sound like the fuel pump mother turning on and off to keep the fuel pressure up

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26,545

There's nothing worse than a small mother in the rear of your Chevy Venture that won't turn off. Try a small cup of tea.

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8,045

hey this is cars not jokes

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26,545

My apologies. I agree with you on the fuel pump mother. Or perhaps its aunt. If you have an air suspension, it might be a compressor mother. Or its uncle.

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8,045

compressor for air suspention if it is then it is the level sensor that is in the air suspention bags

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Have you heard the one about the Traveling Salesman, his car broke down in front of this old farm house....

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26,545

Hey this is about a noisy mother in the rear of a Chevy, not about farmer's daughters. I don't know anyone that would complain about one of those making noise in the back of a car.

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