2002 Chevrolet Venture Consumer Review: Intake Manifold Leak / Blown H
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Intake Manifold Leak / Blown Head Gasket
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2002 Chevrolet Venture Fwd 4dr Minivan (3.4L 6cyl 4A)

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I bought it new in 2002. My wife drives it to work till now, and she has been using my own 2001 Venture to work now. I took it to Hogan. All they did advise me was to do an engine flush and replace the thermostat. I keep getting warm and cold from my heater even I have it on the higher at all times. I took it to shop, and hopefully will get it in a few days for the Manifold leak and blow head gasket. I have spent about $2,500 for the last couple of months. I will not own any more GM's vehicle in the future.

Best Features

Interior is great and comfy. Exterior is good too, except I found two holes under the body in front of the rear tires.

Worst Features

GM's rust proof or protection stinks. I never had any Intake Manifold Leak or Blown Head Gasket for about thirty-years driving.
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