Question about 1997 Chevrolet Venture
I have a 97 Chevy Venture Van with a deteriating fuel level sensor(fuel guage moves erradically).
Is this a sign that the fuel pump will fail in the near future?
I've read that the fuel sensor can be replaced independantly from the fuel pump without R+R of a new complete fuel pump. Is this true?
Thanks for all your efforts in answering my questions:)
To the 97 venture fan not blowing. You asked three question that need verified. get your self a 12 volt test light. there simple then you verify voltage at the fan.if so most likely its your fan if you can use a volt ohm meter ck resistor at the motor usealy any reading is acceptable. The resistor you spoke of is most likely your speeds. If nothing else run a jumper to the fan from the battery.
Posted on Jan 30, 2012
No it's not, if your van is running fine, fuel pump is good, just the fuel gauge sending unit is bad, to repair, the gas tank will have to come off, the sending unit sit on the same hanger the fuel pump is on.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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