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98 chev venture van. fuel pump won't come on with the key at first crank. by fieroaddicted
Started on: 04-08-2013 12:05 PM
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Last post by: jaskispyder on 04-15-2013 08:13 AM
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My venture will not start first crank if it sits for several hours and i have noticed that the pump does not buzz up. I have to turn the key off and back on so that the pump runs twice before it will go. Then once running it works fine. Ideas?
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bad pump?

You will have to check the power going to the pump.

On my Aztek (same chassis as Montana.... and venture, just not sure on the year)... there is a wire harness connector under the driver's area You get to it from the bottom. If you have this, disconnect and look over the connection. This is an area of corrosion. I had to bypass mine.

It is called a C305 in the Aztek world. http://www.aztekfanclub.com...dex.php?topic=6235.0

BTW... this connector houses things like the fuel pump power, evap wires and abs wires.

found this: http://www.justanswer.com/c...anged-fuel-pump.html

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some good info here, thanks a bunch. I am thinking you are on the right track with the plug under the drivers side. My fuel gauge has never worked since i got the van, and i was told it may have something to do with that same plug you mentioned. I am going to have to check it out. Thanks for the help
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bump... any info?
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