How To Replace Air Filter 97-05 Chevy Venture



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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a dirty, dusty or clogged air filter. This video is applicable to 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, and 05 Chevy Venture, 97 and 98 Pontiac Trans Sport, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, and 07 Montana, and 97 to 04 Oldsmobile Silhouette models.

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24 Comments

  1. Every thing is difficult about this van, including the air filter. I put a new one in, and by the time I did it, the filter did not look new anymore. Only way to do it easily is to remove the radiator hose first.

  2. This was the worst placement for a air filter. I got it out easy, but putting it back together was a bear. I think would rather replace the transmission in this than replace this filter again. Also when looking for this video I stumbled across your video for cabin filter replacement. I took it out and man were they dirty, so I just temporary cleaned them until I can get a couple more. Thanks for the great Video's.

  3. This is a VERY helpful video — thank you. I've been changing air-filters on cars for over 3 decades, and my 200 Montana has been a miserable, dreaded task. Your "tip" to keep the elbow & housing together and attached to the throttle body, then doing the twist up and back maneuver has made the job much easier for me, especially when putting it back together. It's still a challenge, yet your video helps a lot. (You just earned huge good will towards future business with your company too)

  4. Yes I found the same inflexibility problem. Had to take the elbow off and the tube going into the coolant reservoir, and some wires. Made reassembly alot easier too because I could see the bottom lining up with the holes.

  5. I was doing that earlier but i couldn't get the hose to the throttle body to swing up like that so i had a heck of a time getting the filter into there. Really like the video I should of watched it before I attempted the replacement.

  6. That hose is NOT flexible. Not sure if age or something hardens it, but I had to remove the hose to get the cover to even budge. This is the most ridiculous air filter set up I have ever seen…

  7. That was awesome! The cabin filter was so plugged, I couldn't believe it was there for so long. My husband even changed the glove box and never noticed it. He was so impressed I was able to get this information! Thank You so much. Yes, the heater heats up so much faster like the air conditioning as well. There is one vent that is not blowing as much so there must be a plug there some where! To have that fixed is just great! Thank You! 🙂

  8. Just wondering does the air conditioner or heater have a filter as well? My heater and Air conditioner does not work well and I was told to clean the filter. Is this possible or is there a leak in the rad that would make this happen. Any thoughts? I would think my air conditioner freon needs to be replaced but some one told me about a so called filter. Need help Thanks

  9. @kenman1717 Yes good suggestion. I do that on some cars. Just to clarify the comment you could use a screwdriver and loosen the tube up close to the engine pull that intake tube off with the air filter box.

  10. if you take the elbow off between the throttle body and air filter box, the cover comes out much easier and goes back in much easier. have run into a lot that the cover slots on the bottom don't go into place properly.

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