Pacificas have issues based on year and mileage like every other vehicle. Will the shifter move out of park? Took it to the dealership, they said we don't know, good luck. Run away from these cars as a used vehicle!! A primary and a secondary. It is too close to radio knob and while in Park one day with my foot on the brake, passenger reached over and thought they turned up the radio but when I took my foot off the brake, car lunged forward. Just had it towed for the 4th time since March.
After the shop tried to repair the problem 3 times, they said they could not find anything wrong but the symptoms would reappear after driving at highway speeds. Save time, replacing only the Shift Interlock Latch. The shift interlock solenoid is located at the bottom of the steering column. I believe that the 2006 model was still manufactured with Daimler, that may contribute to its success. All Pacificas have 2 fuel pumps. But other than that have had no issues or problems whatsoever.
Complete drive train replaced except the rear end and transmission. Mechanic told me the motor mounts are shot and some kind of leak in evap. Amazingly though I didn't have to replace the starter. These are great vehicles if taken care of. Headrests lean forward too much.
No indicators, codes read misfire. Possibly an original part with 190k on it. It will get up and go when you want to get on the interstate. Not even a month after I bought it I had to replace the catalytic converter and the alternator, let alone not even 3 weeks after that had to have the trans replaced and the terrible place that did it dinged up the car. And to keep the lights going I had to drive holding the key in ignition like I was starting it. If I put it in reverse and drive the screen goes to main uconnect apps. Warranty or not, this is not a consumer problem.
To troubleshoot these issue,i suggest you to refer the solved helplinks with appropriate solutions. It will get you where you are going. The 2017-2018 Pacificas have manual park releases that can be accessed by the removal of the shifter override plugs without the need for any tools. If yes, then it isn't the solenoid. Had 30,000 miles on it when I bought it and now have 200,000 miles on it. However, the console drawer doesn't pull out so it is a problem if something gets pushed behind it.
Lots of space for people and cargo. On some cases like these its also seen that problem relates to transmission rebuilt. After there is enough money you have to spend just keeping up the maintenance on a car, fix manufacturing problems should not be the consumer's problem too. The contact stated that the gear shifter would become stuck in park. Like all vehicles some engines and transmissions are better than others.
Ran better after that and got me home with the check engine light on the whole way. Got a mini-tune up-- spark plugs, wires, replaced an injector. I am not very pleased. I went ahead and took a look and saw that the engine is literally falling through. Metalurgist examined it and it was fatigue from flexing. Well, the Chrysler now has 104,000 miles on it and it needs another catalytic converter and all the front end parts that were previosly repaired need to be replaced again! Most of the bad reviews you'll read here are from second or later owners. It has had excellent maintenance from record and evidence I've seen on the parts.
The contact took the vehicle to the dealer and was informed that the clip that released the gear shift broke. I looked on the internet and chryskler knows this is a huge issue because their are companies selling this front end repair kit. I commute an hour to work everyday and so far the only problem I have had with mine is I just had to put new bearings on it. Original review: June 17, 2018 It is a very attractive and a very nice family car. Using the schematics as a guide, inspect the wiring and connectors specific to this circuit. As if to say, it is not worth fixing. Stalling issues are usually hard for most people to figure out because of intermittent failure of the coil packs.
And googleing the solution was very unproductive so I decided to take stuff apart and figure it out. Being a single mom at this point in time now. The bottom mounts were rusting out. When the car would get to the dealer, it would start. If you have any other problems feel free to ask.
Having no warranty, I am left to figure out what to do. I used a wire to attach the spring to the pink part then attached the other end where it goes. What a scam that is! Could just be a bad switch or loose connector. Measure the voltage of the T16 Transmission Control Output circuits in the Miller tool 8815. Overall very good and I would recommend.