DIY, change the blower motor on your Chevy Venture, the model produced between the years 1997 and 2005. To make this replacement, you will require a 7/32 socket wrench and about 20 minutes of your time.
You can start the repair by opening the front door, on the passenger’s side. The blower motor is located beneath the glove box, but first you will have to remove three plastic pins like the one in the picture below, that hold a cover, an insulation.
These plastic pins can be tricky though. You might need pliers or a flat blade screwdriver in some cases, to be able to remove them. After you do it, you can pull out the insulation, giving you access to the blower motor. This part is held by three 7/32 screws. First, unplug the electrical connector powering the blower motor and then remove the screws. We marked with red circles the two on the front. The third one is behind, next to the electrical harness, marked below with the blue arrow.
With the three bolts loosen, the blower motor should drop right off. Install the replacement then, the same way the old blower motor was. Make sure you secure it with the bolts and connect it to the harness. In the end, install the insulation underneath the glove box and you’re done. This is all you need to do, if you wish to change the blower motor on your Chevy Venture, made between 1997 and 2005.