Chrysler Pacifica Experts

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Chrysler Pacifica Model Overview

Chrysler Pacifica Questions

Pacificamly
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How Do I Change The Third Brake Light In A 2005 Pacifica

How do I access the third brake light on my Pacifica?

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frustratedinohio
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Heater Core Problems

I have had my car in to 2 different repair shops for blowing cold air. The first shop replaced the thermostat, back flushed the heating core, replaced antifreeze, and reset the control panel (delay)...

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lhg14789
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Wet Carpet On The Passenger Side. Any Idea What Could Be Leaking?

The carpet on the passenger side is soggy wet, however, the carpet around the perimeter and under the dash on that side is not wet. The only wet spot other than underneath the floor mat appears to be...

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Mento
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2004 Pacifica Rear Ac Blower

hi i been going crazy looking for a replacement part for a rear blower motor for my 2004 Chrysler Pacifica i called a local dealer it's not listed and my car should only have dual a/c i checked onlin...

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big81rc
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Two Brake Lights Wont Work, Top One Does, Is It A Fuse And Where Is It At

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About the Chrysler Pacifica

Daimler Chrysler was a late bloomer in the exploding crossover SUV market.  The American automaker introduced the new Pacifica for 2004, when many competitors were already entering a second generation of production.  The Chrysler company has experienced great success pioneering new designs for  minivans, but the Pacifica represents the company's first attempt at any type of SUV.  Chrysler's sister Dodge has producing the unrelated truck-based Durango since 1998.
Yet, the Pacifica is neither truck-based or car-based.  It shares a platform with Dodge and Chrysler minivans.  It stands low, allowing for easy entry and exit, and its comparatively stretched wheelbase offers some additional interior room verses other crossover SUVs.  Unfortunately, the Chrysler badge is historically a caveat for reliability and build quality issues, but the Pacifica is much improved since is 2004 release.
A new 4.0 liter V-6 engine is now available of five of the six 2007 models, upping horsepower from to 200 to 255.  The Pacifica is available in three trim levels: base Touring, and Limited.