seeking instructions for replacing the electronic leveling compressor

Asked by Jul 15, 2015 at 04:50 PM about the 2000 Chevrolet Venture LS Extended

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Leveling and accessrory compressor stopped working. All fuses have been tested and are "ok".  Power is coming to the compressor but it seems to have failed.

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If you have power going to it and it still does not work you need a new compressor. There is something you can try that might work and if it does its just letting you know you will need to have it replaced. Try tapping on compressor with a hammer or the end of a screwdriver and see if it starts working.

Thanks.. I have done that.. But I need to know where I can locate an instructional manual to do the replacement.. Haynes doesn't even mention this compressor and a shop manual is more dollars than I care to spend..

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Try to Google your question maybe a video out there that may show you how to do that.

Thanks firebird.. Will do that.. Also probably would be a good idea to invest the $80 in a shop manual as I am the 2nd owner of an old car with only 45000 mile so I expect to kep it a long time.

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