How to Replace My 1997 Chevy Venture Radiator?

Answer Like any liquid-cooled automobile engine, the radiator in the 1997 Chevy Venture minivan transfers heat that has been absorbed by the coolant in the engine to the outside air. If the radiator becom... Read More »

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How Do I Replace a Radiator in a 1997 Chevy Truck?

The 1997 models of Chevy trucks were available in several styles ranging from the AS10 to the 3500 3/4-ton truck. They were also manufactured with two- and four-wheel drives and with automatic and ... Read More »

How to Replace a Radiator on a 1997 Chevy Blazer?

The radiator on your 1997 Chevy Blazer is connected not only to the rest of the engine cooling system but the transmission if the vehicle is an automatic. This is the most recognizable component of... Read More »

How to Put Oil in a 1997 Chevy Venture?

General Motors recommends using 10W-30 oil in the Chevrolet Venture. Check the oil level regularly, and watch your oil pressure gauge for warnings that the oil level has dropped. Add oil if necessa... Read More »

How to Add Coolant to a 1999 Chevy Venture Radiator?

Coolant, also called antifreeze, prevents vehicles from overheating by moving heat to other areas of the car that can release it. A vehicle should always have the recommended amount of coolant; oth... Read More »