How to Change the O2 Sensor on a 2003 Chevy Venture?

Answer Before 1997, Chevrolet had two vehicles with nearly the same name, the Lumina and Lumina APV. The former was a midsize sedan, and the latter was a minivan. Chevy ended this confusion with the 1997 ... Read More »

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How to Change an Oxygen Sensor on a Chevy Venture?

The computer on your Chevy Venture uses data from the oxygen sensor and other components to determine the best air/fuel ratio during engine operation at any given moment. This helps lower harmful e... Read More »

How to Change a Battery in a 2003 Chevy Venture Van?

Auto batteries, after time and extended use, can lose their capability of holding a charge. In order to keep your 2003 Chevy Venture safe and reliable, you must replace a bad battery immediately af... Read More »

How to Change the Air Filter in a 2003 Chevy Venture?

Chevrolet recommends having your air filter in your 2003 Venture inspected at 15,000-mile intervals, and replacing it if necessary. If the filter doesn't require replacement at 15,000 miles, a 30,0... Read More »

How to Change the Fuel Filter on a 2003 Chevy Venture?

Like any vehicle, the 2003 Chevy Venture needs regular maintenance to maintain top performance. That includes oil changes, air filter replacement, transmission service and fuel filter replacement. ... Read More »