The shift gear would sometimes be too hot to touch. Partially drain the cooling system. I also have had a fuel pump problem that seems to exist and no one can figure out way. To the passenger it sounds like it is on the passenger side. There you will see if your getting volts to the end of the harness. I believe this to be a defect of the car, in addition to he multitude of other defects of this car!! The contact stated that the vehicle stalled without warning. Im a single mom, full time worker, full time student on a very tight budget, im too scared to check if my engine cradle is rusted.
It is installed into a water jacket at the front of the cylinder block. Doing a voltage drop test on the starting circuit is the thing to do first. The problem continued and the dealership was unable to determine the problem. On Friday April 16 2010 the car stall coming off the exit ramp of route 80 in paterson, during rush hour. I however, do not understand and have never had a vehicle that has needed a headlight replaced those many times in one year.
The switch tells the computer to open the window and the computer send a signal to the window motor. The vehicle would stall upon acceleration and there was a slight kick coming from the from the front of the vehicle. The vehicle restarts each time. Miraculously, no other vehicles were traveling in that lane at that moment! I ran over and checked it and still everything was unresponsive, the wipers no longer moving however the parking brake button, and shifter buttons, and overhead lights were flashing. Not 100% sure, but is has ruined our holiday, as the car now sits until we can get this back to the dealership, yet again 5th time in 5 weeks to be repaired. To the driver, the driver's side.
It had been plugged in overnight using the 110 charger that came with the van. If that does not fix it, then have the alternator tested. The contact owns a 2005 Chrysler Pacifica. The headlights still work, but no brake lights. Shortly after that I needed to replace the engine.
The bulb did not seem to fit securely in the harness, which caused a short and eventually the bulb blew out. The vehicle was not repaired. If the headlights are on, they will flicker as if going off. It is usually in the intake or cylinder head. This will send B+ voltage to the S terminal on the starter solenoid.
Again they replace the crankshaft seal. The contact stated that while parked, the vehicle could not be removed from park. The fuel pump was replaced. How about I rent a car? I purchased it new three weeks ago. The dealership installed a co-Pilot and determined the fuel pump was losing power. The brakes would sometimes catch when applied and lock up. That looks so suspect in my eyes.
Carefully unbolt air conditioning compressor from front of engine. They replace ignition switch and cylinder. They replaced the battery but that did not help. It would not start, and briefly flashed some kind of service needed warning on the screen. I turned the car off and back on and the car drove normally for about a mile, and then behaved the same way. The instrument panel would also intermittently fail.
Event happens any time - day or night. While they were fixing this problem I told them to investigate the rattling noise coming from the frontend. Try unhooking one of the battery cables and leave it off for at least 20 minutes. Sheehy knew they sold me a lemon, I've tried to have them resolve this issue numerous times and nothing. Posted on Jan 13, 2011 The first thing I would check would be the temperature sensor that sends a signal to the relay to turn the fan on. We popped the hood, the same looking red fluid is all over the battery, and looks to be arouund the casing of the battery as well. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic for diagnosis where it was advised to the contact that the motor mount and computer system needed to be replaced.
While idling in the driveway the drivers seat reclined by itself, would not respond to the controls and started smoking! I believe the arching is being picked up by the radio and amplified by the radio then broadcast through the speakers. Have taken the vehicle to the Chrysler dealer several times. If the radio is on, the sound will go off until voltage is restored. The alarms are always preceded by the flickering of any electrical equipment that may be on at the time. If the headlights are on, they will flicker as if going off. Just as in other complaints, there will be periodic flickering of the electrical components lights, radio, ac. Of course you may have to re-set your radio stations.