2005 Chrysler Pacifica 3.8

Asked by Feb 15, 2017 at 10:42 AM about the 2005 Chrysler Pacifica Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi I have a 05 Chrysler Pacifica 3.8 without
warning my car started to lose power I can't get it
to highway speeds and it's making a noise high
pitched from the front of my car and also when I
press the gas it doesn't seem to have the power to
go over 10 miles also can't get it to excelerate
enough speed to make it up small hills it starts to
lose more speed can anyone tell me what the
problem is my mechanic nor myself can figure this
out and I've put so much money into it already

2 Answers

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Has the catalytic converter ben checked? Possible plugged cat.

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Had the same problem im a 100% sure its your catalytic converter , the one closer to your fire wall you can test it by taking out one 02sensor at a time to see if its clogged drive it and if your chrysler pacifica runs better then your catalytic converter is clogged

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