How to Tell When a Chevy Venture Needs New Shocks?

Answer The Chevy Venture, like most minivans, uses MacPherson strut assemblies in the front suspension and shock absorbers for the rear suspension. If you have 50,000 miles or more on your odometer and ha... Read More »

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How to Change Chevy Venture Shocks?

The Chevrolet Venture minivan uses shock absorbers to cushion a bumpy road, dampening harsh suspension conditions. The shock absorber is a pressurized gas cylinder between the suspension and the bo... 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 Install a Thermostat in a Chevy Venture?

If you are hauling your family around in a Chevy Venture, you understand the demanding duties often asked of a minivan. The engine of a Venture can overheat if the heating system is not maintained ... Read More »

How to Disconnect the ABS Brakes in a Chevy Venture?

The ABS (anti-lock-brake) system in a Chevy Venture is a safety measure to help the average driver control the vehicle in certain weather conditions. When the ABS system activates, the driver will ... Read More »