How To Remove Chevy Venture Transmission and Spark Plugs

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  1. Me says:

    I have a 2001 Chevy Venture Van with a 3.4L engine. I want to remove engine only. Can that be done thru the top (Hood opening)?

    ProTech: It is an extremely tight fit design and is meant to be dropped out of the bottom with the subframe and transmission as well, all as a unit. If you were to get it out the top, you would have to remove nearly everything from the engine. I can tell you it will not fit through the top with the exhaust manifolds attached and every single accessory has to come off as well. It’s a lot of work to it that way. If you can get the van high enough in the air, it is fairly easy to drop everything out of the bottom.

  2. Terry says:

    Can you change a high mileage ford digital speedometer f150 to lower mileage, or do you have ti change the speedometer to a used lower mileage, or can yoy tell what I need to do. Thankyoy please let me know what to do.

  3. Jess says:

    Hello my ford laser 1989 model is just past half way on the heat gauge. Is this normal? It is the 3 speed automatic

  4. janet says:

    have a 1994 chevy silverado n i’m removing the trans n converter to replace i took out all bolts to trans n converter n all plugs removed everything i can think of n still the trans seem to be stuck n i can’t remove can u think of any reasons why i cant get it out what do i do