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The Chevrolet Venture is known as an excellent car or truck but with wear the best-engineered cars and trucks have to have replacement part maintenance or repair of broken parts. Swing by www.PartsGeek.com any time you want great aftermarket or performance car and truck parts to be delighted with our great service and a great price every time. Chevrolet markets critically acclaimed automobiles, particularly the Venture, and they are regularly seen on the road. The quality manufacture and skilled design that belong to a Chevrolet Venture are reasons for regularly buying OEM and aftermarket parts of at least that quality; those parts don't always have to cost an arm and a leg. It seems like the most difficult job about restoring that vehicle is searching for an honest source for outstanding parts. If it happens that your car needs repair, the optimum approach is finding a high performance replacement or OEM component to restore your car in top condition. On those occasions when you want to shop for Chevrolet Venture parts, it's smart to get the finest parts available - and at Parts Geek you always see affordable prices on or off the Internet, along with the very best in order fulfillment. Durable auto parts are what owners need to keep your Chevrolet on the road however harsh the environment.


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Chevrolet Venture

The Chevrolet Venture was a minivan, designed to replace the Lumina. The first Venture came off the assembly line in 1997, and production ended in 2005. Identical GM models included the Oldsmobile Silhouette and the Pontiac Trans Sport (later the Montana). The base model had bucket seats in front and a 2nd row bench-type seat. The next step up was the LS, in which the seating could be changed for different configurations. It also included side air bags, power windows and a remote keyless entry system. The top-of-the-line model was the LT, which could be purchased with leather upholstery, a roof rack and an extra sliding side door on the driver's side.

It wasn't the first time A Chevy vehicle had been named "Venture." That particular appellation was applied to a concept car that was developed in 1988. In size, that concept vehicle came between the mid-sized Celebrity and the full-sized Caprice. The most radical feature of that vehicle was a removable glass roof. That concept vehicle never went into production; however, some elements of its design were introduced in some Chevy models in the following decade.

The Venture was introduced with a 3.4 liter V6, putting out 180 horsepower. By 1999, a modified engine increased that to 185. A four-speed automatic was standard throughout the production run. One of the big selling points of the Venture was the extra room; while most competing minivans could carry seven passengers, the Venture had room for eight to ride in reasonable comfort. Chevrolet Venture seats were arranged in a 2-3-2 configuration. In 2002, Chevrolet began producing the Venture with all-wheel drive, and began installing cabin air filters.

Although its interior roominess, comfortable seating and accessibility of the Venture were big selling points for GM's Chevrolet division, its design was not exactly inspiring. In addition, an increasing number of consumers were gravitating toward sport utility vehicles. In general, automotive reviewers were not thrilled with it. All of these factors made took a substantial bite out of Venture sales, as well as that of its sister GM mini-vans. In 2005, Chevrolet dumped the Venture and started production on the Uplander.

Another factor in the demise of the Chevrolet Venture may have been its transmission, which was prone to failure in 2000 at around 88,000 miles. There was a host of Chevrolet Venture problems on 2001 models as well, including serious issues with the electrical system and the engine. Anyone considering the purchase of a pre-owned Chevrolet Venture will want to avoid those two model years.

For repair and maintenance of the Chevy Venture, 2000 parts and more are carried at online stores such as PartsGeek.com at serious discounts. These outlets are an ideal option to local auto parts stores, because they do not have to deal with the same overhead costs. This translates into big savings that can be passed on to you, the consumer.



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1998 Chevrolet Venture Window Guide

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