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change THERMOSTAT REPLACEMENT how to DIY - OBDII trouble code P0128 fix - GM 3100 - 3400 engine cars
Here's another (for entertainment purposes only!) step by step how to DIY video guide . . . I should say, how to DIM (do it myself) on how I, Izzy, "World Renowned" (self proclaimed) by unanimous decision, "Undisputed #1 DIY Guru" (judges are still out on that one) removed & replaced the Thermostat to fix overheating & temperature control (check engine light, OBDII trouble code P0128, Coolant Temperature Below Thermostat Regulating Temperature, engine taking too long to warm up), no heat, heater too cold, heater not working, and fuel trim issues on this 2002 Chevy Venture mini van with a 3.4 Liter (litre) 3400 v6 & GM 3.1 Liter 3100 v6 engines. And PLEASE . . . "Do as I say and not as I do" . . . . don't hassle with it!, and take it to a professional! Remember folks, I am what you would call a "trained professional", so, DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME! . . . Doing so may place you at GREAT PERIL, & know that if you do . . . . you are doing so at YOUR OWN RISK! . . . . (please read the DISCLAIMER and TERMS & CONDITIONS included at the beginning of the video). - - - - - - - - DISCLAIMER - - - - TERMS and CONDITIONS - - - - - - - - WORKING ON CARS IS INHERENTLY DANGEROUS. BY CONTINUING TO WATCH, LISTEN OR OTHERWISE DISPLAYING THIS VIDEO THE VIEWER (S) OR LISTENER (S) OF THIS VIDEO ACKNOWLEDGE THIS DISCLAIMER AND INCLUDED IN THE VIDEO AND AGREE TO HOLD IZZY's GARAGE AND OR ITS CREATOR (S) HARMLESS TO ANY LOSS OR LIABILITY AND FURTHER AGREE TO RELEASE IZZY's GARAGE AND OR ITS CREATOR (S) FROM ANY LIABILITY ARISING FROM ANY POSSIBLE INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE OR DAMAGE TO OR LOSS OF ANY PERSONAL OR REAL PROPERTY HAVING TO DO WITH ANY WORK OR REPAIR PERFORMED BY THE VIEWER (S) OR LISTENER (S) OF THIS VIDEO, WHETHER OR NOT SAID WORK IS DESCRIBED OR COVERED IN THIS VIDEO. IZZY's GARAGE and or its creator (s) do not assume or accept any liability or responsibility for injury, death, or property damage stemming from work performed by the viewer (s) or listener (s) of this video. All responsibility and liability lies solely with the person (s) performing the work. IF YOU DISAGREE WITH ANY PART OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, OR WITH ANY PART OF THE DISCLAIMER, YOU ARE STRONGLY ADVISED AND DIRECTED TO DISCONTINUE THE VIEWING OR DISPLAYING, RECORDING OR DOWNLOADING OF THIS VIDEO. CONTINUING TO VIEW, LISTENING TO, OR TO DISPLAY, RECORD OR DOWNLOAD THIS VIDEO CONSTITUTES AGREEMENT TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT THAT YOU HAVE READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AS WELL AS THE DISCLAIMER INCLUDED HEREIN AND IN THE VIDEO IN ITS ENTIRETY AND THAT YOU ARE IN COMPLETE AGREEMENT WITH THE SAME. Copyright 2014-2016, © IZZY's GARAGE. Visit my channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHMDAp1Sj4XWcEAryOxZUMg on how I, Izzy, do the troubleshooting, maintenance, rebuilding, servicing, removing, replacement, cleaning, installation, & fix the most common, Alternator, Battery Charging, Wiring, Serpentine Belt Tensioner, Radiator, Cooling System flush, pressure / leak testing. Proper ways of using jacks, jack stands, Auto Body & Painting, remove Thermostat Housing, Overheating, Heater Hose Fittings, Automatic Transmission Fluid & Filter changing, gear shifting & slipping problems, Coolant Bypass Elbows, replacing fuel filter & leaky Fuel Injectors & spring lock, install Plenum, EGR valve riser tube & pipe upgrade, Upper & Lower Intake Manifold, Head Gaskets, Valve Covers, Lifters, Push Rods, checking battery, Pressure Sensors, & fixing Harmonic Balancer, Vibration Dampener, Crankshaft Pulley, change Hub & Wheel Bearing Assembly, Lower Control Arms, Inner & Outer Tie Rods, Ball Joints, Axles, Steering Knuckle, Idle Air Control Valve, Spark Plugs, Spark Plug Wires, Positive Crankcase Ventilation PCV Valve, Throttle Body, Emissions Control System, Check Engine Light OBDII trouble codes (OBD2), & Diagnosing Starter cranking too long / slow start, engine starting & misfire / firing symptoms & solving fuel trim issues, automotive problems, & how I test, service & troubleshoot, the easy way, no! the IZZY way! most late model cars, vans, & trucks, such as Buick Century, LeSabre, Regal, Skylark, Chevy Camaro, Chevrolet Beretta, Corsica, Lumina, Malibu, Monte Carlo, Venture, Oldsmobile Achieva, Cutlass Ciera, Supreme, GLS, Eighty Eight, LSS, Intrigue, Ninety Eight, Pontiac Firebird, Grand Am, Grand Prix, Trans Am, Ford Mustang, Taurus, Caravan, Town & Country, Plymouth Voyager, Chevy Astro, General Motors 3800 series II v6, Ford, Chrysler Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Mopar, Plymouth, SRT, Nissan, Accura, Toyota Camry, Lexux, & other import & domestic vehicles & for our friends from "Down Under" in Australia, Australian Holden cars, mini vans, & station wagons, such as Caprice, Statesman, VT II Commodore Acclaim, Berlina, Monaro, Omega, & Ute, VS, VT, VX, VU, VY, WH, WK, Daewoo Veritas, & others. Please Subscribe, Like & Share! IZZY's GARAGE how 2DIY IZZYsGARAGEhow2DIY https://youtu.be/SCNkFxCKwsA





How to replace a Thermostat in a 2005 Buick Rendezvous
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Duramax - Changing Thermostats - 04 GMC 2500 HD
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GM 3400 Overheating Issues Explained and Common Problems Misfire Intake Head Gasket
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