Arendt Repair Complaint - Check engine light on/O2 low voltage

Review by Arendt Repair on 2008-01-03
ST PAUL, MINNESOTA -- I own a 2000 Venture van, I have had the upper & lower manifold gasket replaced due to cheap new product construction, and now find the o2 sensor showing low voltage PO131/PO137 are the codes.

I am searching for input to find the cause, the O2's have been replaced. I don't have the $ to send it in to have it checked and at $175.00 per hour, and the testing Chevy does, it would cost me over 2 months pay.

I am looking for help and can't find it. The self help books don't give any help.
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2008-01-03
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-01-03:
Perform a web search and see if you can find a Chevy Ventura forum or discussion group.

One possibility:

You may have to join (most likely free registration)in order to search the discussions for your particular problems.

They can be very helpful. I had a problem with my engine oil dipstick pull handle snapping off and the dip stick portion remaining stuck in the access tube. After searching through a couple of forums for my car make and model, I found a few good suggestions (and one that worked for me) on how to get it out.

If you input your error codes in your forum search, I'm sure there should be some helpful suggestions.

Posted by Anonymous on 2008-01-03:
How about:


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