06 Chrysler pacifica floor wet?
If you have a sunroof, there are drains that go down the side - they get plugged up and need to be cleaned - at least that what happened to mine.
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The flasher relay switch can be found beneath the drivers sidedashboard, on your 2005 Chrysler. The flasher relay switch will beto the left of the brake pedal.
On my 2005 Pacifica Limited AWD 3.5l, I average 17 to 19 MPG during normal suburban driving. I have not been on an extended trip but I've heard that it can go up to about 21 MPG on the highway if you do all the right gas saving things. i.e. gentle acceleration & breaking, consistent speed, etc... o…n the hwy we get 26 to 26.5 mine is 2 wheel my wifes is all wheel My 2005 Pacifica wtih AWD Ltd edition gets around 11 mpg!! Just replaced EGR valve and saw improvement to 17 for a short period. Towed my boat 400 mile trip and got 8.3/!! Boat and trailer weigh 2800 lbs. I really like this car except for the really poor mileage. Also, had to replace the motor mounts at 66,000 miles (same time as EGR valve). I can't help think there is a PCM problem but it does not show any codes when I scan it. (MORE)
It sounds like your belts in your tires may be starting to separate. My mustang started to shake at highway speed. New tires cured it. My 05 Pacifica still rolls smooth. No problems so far
Answer . The antenna is embedded in the passenger side window furthest to the rear. It looks a lot like the defroster wires on back windows.
Depending on the trim level and year, you may need to start by removing the knob from the top of the gearshift. It is secured by a set scew (small torx head - T15 I think) facing the front of the car. If your floor console shift box trim overlaps the dash panels (most do), unsnap and remove the shif…t box trim (the plastic "box" over the gearshift). It's one piece and is just snapped into place. On either side of the center console there are wing-shaped trim panels. Remove the trim ring from the ignition switch (left panel) and then unsnap and remove both panels. This exposes the screws that hold the dash components in place. If you are replacing the radio with an aftermarket unit, you will need a dash installation kit. This is a plastic shell that bolts into the factory fasteners and supports the new unit. Best one is the Metra 99-6506. Usually not in stock, because it only fits Pacificas. But it fits beautifully. Around 20 bucks. You will also need adapter harnesses for the new head unit and the antenna cable. If you are cutting into the factory wiring harnesses, though, it's best that you disconnect the negative battery terminal before you start. If you do disconnect the battery, you will need to re-calibrate your front power windows and your steering angle sensor. Don't be alarmed. It's so simple even a Chrysler technician can do it. After reconnecting the battery (radio work completed), turn the engine on and move both front windows to the haf-up position (not critical). Turn off, wait 10 seconds, and turn key to ON without starting the car. Run drivers window all the way up and hold the switch up for 3 full seconds after it stops moving. Then run it all the way down and hold for 3 seconds. Run it back up and hold 3 seconds more. Repeat for passenger side. Start the car in Park. Without touching the brake or the shifter, turn the steering wheel full stop to the left and hold for 5 seconds. Repeat for the right side. Center the wheels and turn off the engine. Done. Hope this helps. (MORE)
It is the infrared sensor in the midle of the A/C or temperaturecontrol cluster. The engine thermostat is under the housing where the lower radiatorhose hooks to the engine.
Yes, make sure you get one in good mechanical condition and take care of it.. We have a 2004 we bought in 01/07 with 55k on it. It now has 96K and only the starter has needed to be replaced.
The sparks plugs are buried beneath the upper air intake that is connected to the throttle body. The upper air intake must be removed to gain access to them. Recommend using alldatadiy.com for step by step instructions.
The spark plugs are located under the each of the coil packs, 3 in the front and 3 in the rear. the 3 front ones are accessible only after removing the intake(big U shaped thing on the engine, under the engine cover underneath upper air intake. alldatadiy.com for detailed instructions. will take the… better part of an afternoon to change em (MORE)
Try eBay and look for "Bumper Trim" . I bought mine from Greenfield Dodge on eBay
If the control panel shows activity but there is nothing "really" happening, i.e., no air blowing at all, it is probably a bad blower motor resistor. I am changing my second one already at ~50,000 miles. Be prepared to pay ~$90 for this little piece. Essentially, any time you use your fan at LESS th…an full power, the resistor is activated, putting great wear and tear on it. Your best bet is to always run your fan at full, so the resistor stays off... (MORE)
Remove the front exhaust manifold and remove the starter from the top. Pull the front exhast manifold and dipstick remove the 3 bolts with a 15mm socket or wrench pull the starter from the top
In the little storage area in back...lift up the molded carpet panel. The jack is on the left going toward the bumper.
To replace the thermostat on a Chrysler Pacifica, first locate thethermostat housing just behind the alternator. Remove the two boltsholding this on, then remove the old thermostat. Replace with a newthermostat and thermostat gasket. The put the bolts back in andtighten down. Make sure to check the …antifreeze levels after thisproject. (MORE)
we have a 2003 Chrysler concord after pulling the carpet out we sat inside while someone ran a hose on the outside. in less then 30 seconds we had water rolling in about 8 inches from the front of the drivers side door on the bottom . we took the three seals out of the door and windshield and found …there was no sealant applied at all from the factory. after cleaning and using some sealer from the anybody shop there was no more leak. i would say the 300M is the same way after seeing all the complaint on the Internet about the same wet drivers side floor board. we are going to take the passenger side seals all apart and seal them as well. I hope this is helpful for anyone else having this problem I would of saved a lot of money if i would of did this first. Don't take it to the dealer cause you will pay for not getting it fixed. (MORE)
When its cold make sure the radiator is full of 50 50mistake a meat thermometer put in radiator when the temp of the water reaches the thermostat setting around 195 this is approximate I didn't look in the book. The upper radiator will get hot when it opens if the car starts to overheat and the stat… did not open shut it down and replace the stat. If the stat is opening make sure the fan is coming on. If the fan doesn't come on jumper it off the battery if it spins replace the temp sending unit for the fan. If you have an inferred thermometer you can check the radiator for hot and cold spots it could be plugging up in spots and can be used instead of a meat thermometer (MORE)
It's likely the thermostat. That's assuming the coolant is full. Thermostat runs $11 for the 3.5.
The air conditioning port can be found on the top and the bottom ofthe air conditioning compressor. There are two air conditioningports.
The egr valve on a Chrysler Pacifica is on the front of the engine.It is near the top, behind the water pump.
open liftgate, look down, open compartment behind last row o seats, pull up carpet in compartment, ta-da
considered a crossover, not quite a SUV and not quite a minvan. def not a truck For insurance purposes...it's a minivan
The radio antenna is part of the rear defroster in the rear window. I believe the radio antenna is in the slanted far-rear window on the passenger-side.
first thing you do is make sure your not low on anti freeze....keep adding to your over flow container until it doesnt pull it out
No, it is a Chrysler; it was built to compete with Mercedes and therefore resembles them in some ways.
Nothing is wrong with the Chrysler Pacifica. It does haveoccasional problems with failure of the motor mounts on some years but other than that it isa pretty reliable vehicle. It does not get great fuel mileage withan average of 16 city 23 highway and combined 18 miles per gallon.
Bacause it was expensive to produce, and they were not selling well. The Pacifica was supposed to replace the town and country, but since that didn't happen, people kept buying the town and country. The dodge journey was produce to take over the Pacifica. With a much lower entry price point, it'…s selling better. Similar to the Pacifica, the journey took over the duties from the cancelled short wheel based Chrysler minivans. (MORE)
In the engine bay (under the hood), on the driver side, back near the firewall, there is a white plastic box with a metal cap. This box has a marking on it near the bottom of the front side (facing the front of the car) showing the coolant/antifreeze fill level. Remove the cap and fill to the line w…ith the proper mix of the proper antifreeze/coolant. NOTE: NEVER remove that cap when the engine is hot! There are two white plastic boxes there. The smaller one is for brake fluid and does not come with the chrome cap. The brake fluid box comes with a yellow plastic cap. The coolant/antifreeze box comes with the chrome cap and is the larger of the two boxes. Make sure you check your owners manual for the proper type of antifreeze/coolant. If just topping off the fluid level, many sites say you can add "Universal Coolant" in these cars, like Prestone 50/50 mix coolant. (MORE)
The jack for a 2004 Pacifica is located under the storage compartment in the back of the rear most seats. Open the storage compartment lid, then lift out the storage tray.
Refrigerant System Charge WARNING: REFER TO THE APPLICABLE WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS FOR THIS SYSTEM BEFORE PERFORMING THE FOLLOWING OPERATION. After all refrigerant system leaks have been repaired and the refrigerant system has been evacuated, a refrigerant charge can be injected into the system. …For the proper amount of the refrigerant charge, refer to the Underhood HVAC Specification Tag. An R-134a refrigerant recovery/recycling/charging station that meets SAE Standard J2210 must be used to charge the refrigerant system with R-134a refrigerant. See the operating instructions supplied by the equipment manufacturer for proper care and use of this equipment. REFRIGERANT CHARGE CAPACITY NOTE: Always refer to the underhood HVAC Specification Tag for the latest fill specification for the vehicle being serviced. CHARGING PROCEDURE . Evacuate the refrigerant system . . A manifold gauge set and a R-134a refrigerant recovery/recycling/charging station that meets SAE Standard J2210 should still be connected to the refrigerant system. . Measure the proper amount of refrigerant (1.88 lb) and heat it to 52Â°C (125Â°F) with the charging station. See the operating instructions supplied by the equipment manufacturer for proper use of this equipment. . Open both the suction and discharge valves, then open the charge valve to allow the heated refrigerant to flow into the system. . When the transfer of refrigerant has stopped, close both the suction and discharge valves. . If all of the refrigerant charge did not transfer from the dispensing device, open all of the windows in the vehicle and set the heater-air conditioner controls so that the compressor is engaged and the blower motor is operating at its lowest speed setting. Run the engine at a steady high idle (about 1400 rpm ). If the compressor will not engage, test the compressor clutch control circuit and repair as required. . Open the suction valve to allow the remaining refrigerant to transfer to the refrigerant system. WARNING: TAKE CARE NOT TO OPEN THE DISCHARGE (HIGH PRESSURE) VALVE AT THIS TIME. . Close the suction valve and test the system performance. . Disconnect the charging station and manifold gauge set from the refrigerant system service ports. . Reinstall the caps onto the refrigerant system service ports. . Run the HVAC Control Cooldown test to verify proper operation. (MORE)
If your tpms indicator is on in your Chrysler Pacifica and you havealready fixed the tire pressure issue, simply continue driving afew miles and the sensor will reset itself. It usually only takesabout 4 miles to reset it.
3.5L it is inside the pass side of the engine, driven by the timing belt.
If you call your local dealer with the VIN, the dealer will checkfor open recalls for free.
3.5L, under the housing where the lower radiator hose hooks to. 3.8L, under the housing where the upper radiator hose hooks to.
I have noticed with these vehicles it is very difficult to get the monitor for the catalyst and the oxygen sensor to complete itself. I work in a auto repair facility and found the best way to get them to set is to get the catalyst hot so take it up some hills and dont be afraid to use the gas pedal…. If you choose to do a long drive to get the monitors to set dont use the cruise control and make sure you accelerate rapidly and keep your foot on the gas pedal no on off with the gas pedal. (MORE)
It is in the rear of the vehicle under the floor mat in a small compartment. . its in thesmall compartment in the hatch
Front and rear, so two. Now if you are asking about axle shafts, a fwd has two, a left andright in the front. An AWD has four, the front ones and a left andright rear.
The spark plugs are 100,000 mile plugs. You need o replace them with platinum plugs, then remove the throttle body and idle speed motor then clean them and reassemble it. There are no spark plug wires on the 3.5L engine.
If it is red or brown it is the transmission cooler (in the radiator) leaking. If it is milky white, internal engine oil leaking in to the cooling system, head gaskets.
The bus is the communication system between the computers on thevehicle. No bus means that the system has failed. Possible causesinclude broken wires, bad modules, loose connectors. The bus is the communication system between the computers on thevehicle. No bus means that the system has failed. Pos…sible causesinclude broken wires, bad modules, loose connectors. (MORE)
Most alarm systems are not fused. They are usually powered between battery and fuse panel. Usually you may have what they call a VALET BUTTON. Which is located somewhere under the driver side dash board. This will temporally disable the system, so your car can start....Tom
On the 3.5L it is under the housing where the lower radiator hoseattaches to the engine. On the 3.5L it is under the housing where the lower radiator hoseattaches to the engine.
It is part of the fuel pump inside the fuel tank. It is part of the fuel pump inside the fuel tank.
It was introduced in 2003 as a 2004 model. It was introduced in 2003 as a 2004 model.
Inside the transmission, on the valve body. It is called a TRS (transmission range sensor). Inside the transmission, on the valve body. It is called a TRS (transmission range sensor).
If you call your local dealer with the VIN number they will check for any open recalls for you. If you call your local dealer with the VIN number they will check for any open recalls for you.
It is good for what is covered under the terms of the warranty.Since the vehicle is 7 years old it has probably expired. It is good for what is covered under the terms of the warranty.Since the vehicle is 7 years old it has probably expired.
Oxygen (A/F) Sensor Heater Control Circuit High (Bank 1 Sensor 1) . symptoms Other than the MIL light illuminating you may not notice any performance issues. cause A short in the O2 sensor heater circuit or the sensoritself A faulty O2 sensor heater Wiring or connectors are broken or frayed to the… sensor or relay Bad PCM or ECM The fix Correct wiring short or loose connector found in inspection. and/or Replace the bank 1 sensor 2, O2 sensor (MORE)
Underneath the chrome trim above the license plate. Remove the 4 or 5 screws that hold the trim in place and the chime will be the round speaker attached next to the license plate light.
The vehicle speed sensor is not an independent sensor. The transmission computer uses its output speed sensor to calculate vehicle speed. That signal is sent to the cluster for the speedometer. The ABS also measures wheel speed and it is compared to the transmission reading.
Most commonly this is a sign you need to have your fuel injection system cleaned. It is not allowing enough fuel to meet the demand of acceleration. If this does not help, other causes may need to be checked by your mechanic.