I however, do not understand and have never had a vehicle that has needed a headlight replaced those many times in one year. The new part is made of metal so the part will never break again. Complaint Number: 10174363 Incident Date: November 26, 2006 Date Added to File: November 26, 2006 Description of the Complaint: 2005 chrysler pacifica the car shuts off when making a sharp turn. This is very dangerous and potentially life threatening. This will cause all electrical to go out, including the head lamps and all interior lights.
A few times, we've left the car in an airport garage, and when we've returned to the car, it would not start. Complaint Number: 10146719 Incident Date: October 13, 2005 Date Added to File: January 2, 2006 Description of the Complaint: My 2005 crhysler pacifica is having big safety hazard problems when I completely turn the steering wheel to the left at a certain speed the car shuts off. The list goes on and on. The idle air control motor was replaced and that did not correct the problem. And the worst timing too. The car stalls for no apparent reason. The lights will come on and off very quickly, sometimes too quick to notice.
Instruction sheet also says this applies to the 2005-2007 300, charger, and Magnum so they must all have the problem. From what I'm told, this is a very common problem onthe 300M series. The vehicle was declared a total loss. I am very concerned about the safety of my family while operating this vehicle. Oct 27, 2015 The shift linkage is not adjusted properly and they may have forgotten to tighten the linkage after installing the transmission. Each time that it stalled, all of the electronics turned off, however, the only thing that was on was the oil light.
Car was maneuvered to side of road and restarted. I immediately contacted the dealer. When starting the vehicle, the dash board was locked. You can fix this yourself if your halfway mechanically inclined. Fill with the synthetic 75-140W gear oil.
The actual brakes seem to be unaffected. July 1, 2005 the service department advised that they could not find an error log entry, they could not recreate the problem, they had me drive the car in an attempt to recreate the problem and therefore there was nothing they could do other than to document the problem. I called the dealer and they told me to bring it in. Chrysler dealer claims they cannot fix the problem since the problem cannot be reproduced. Posted on Jul 28, 2012 www. To clean the throttle body you need to remove the air cleaner hose, spray a shop towel with carb cleaner, hold the throttle open engine off and wipe the inside of the throttle body. The only electrical components still working were dashlights, doorlocks, turn signals, and security system.
Previous owner also had same issues. Complaint Number: 10139635 Incident Date: October 13, 2005 Date Added to File: October 13, 2005 Description of the Complaint: When turning corners my 2005 pacifica will occasionally stall causing the steering wheel to lock and all systems to fail. If you have a 2004-05 Pacifica, make sure to have your mechanic inspect your sub-frame for rust and corrosion. Iimmediately tried to restart it but it wouldn't do anything, no clicks, noise, anything. Good luck andeven if you get it fixed it might happen again since it is adefective part they keep using.
You will surely enjoy browsing through the pages and learning how to repair the different parts of your car. Had to call a toll truck to pull vehicle out of the garage and take vehicle to the dealer. Complaint Number: 10327202 Incident Date: April 16, 2010 Date Added to File: April 23, 2010 Description of the Complaint: I have had so many things go wrong with my chrysler pacifica 2005. Appears to be totally unpredictable. Also, make sure that the pressure tester is not leaking or you will run the tranny dry use. This is a deadly safety hazard.
Thankfully a family member in the car had a gps enabled cell phone with a speedometer and they made it back without incident. I brought it to the dealer who said they could not find a problem. Here is a link that helped me with the inlaw's car. I was happy not to have a dealer replace it with another plastic piece of crap. I had it towed to mechanics a mile up the road. So far, 12 days in the shop, with no solution in sight. In my opionion the tickets are cheaper than the part.
No codes are displayed for their computer. I oiled the cable at both ends and even tried never seize. June 30, 2005 the engine stalled again after turning left across three lanes of traffice and making a quick right into my employer's parking lot. By having a trusty repair manual you not only save money but you also get to experience the fun of do-it-yourself projects. If that is the case, you'll need to have the park pin replaced. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired.