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I have seen complaints about the factory chrome peeling off in the bead area and causing leak. Didn't find a service bulletin for that.
Take it to a tire shop let them look at it, see if they can smooth up the bead area. It would only be in the bead area. In the past, I have used a wire brush adapter that fits in a drill to clean rust off the rim bead area. I don't know if that would work, if chrome was peeling.
As a last resort, replace the rim. I don't think Chrysler is going to help you?

2000 Chrysler... | Answered 26 minutes ago

Visit the on-line store, known as reliable-store, they have the repair manuals. I'm sure you will get the solution of your problem.
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2007 Chrysler... | Answered 2 days ago

I have a 2011 dodge grand caravan that has a 3.6 L Pentastar engine. If this is the engine that you have, then you have 2 cat converters, One in the front and one in the back of the engine, I do not know how many miles you have on this Pacifica, But, if you have over 150K chances are you will have to replace the cat converter, Go to autozone and have them put the scanner on there, you must have the check engine light on,They will tell you which one it is either bank 1 or bank 2, Whichever one it is, you will have to replace the converter, if you have over 150K miles, Then not too long after that the other one will go out, It is an expensive repair, If you go to the dealer and buy the part, you will have to pay $150 to $300 core charge per converter because of the palladium and precious metal inside, You will get it back when you return the old one, Changing the 02 sensors, will not fix the problem. Besides you will see that unless you take out the converter,, you will not be able to get the sensors out,
You will not pass inspection with a bad cat converter, but, if it is time for inspection, you may be able to use CATA CLEAN and light may go off for a week or so

Chrysler... | Answered 2 days ago

P0740 is the Torque Converter. It is actually attached to the transmission. When I was getting code PO740, I had to have the torque converter replaced. PO700 is the Transmission Control Module. This is not inside the transmission but rather part of the control side of the transmission. You did not say how many miles you have on it, You did not say whether you have ever replaced the transmission fluid before, I do not trust mechanics, I learned how to work on my vehicle myself. I cannot replace a transmission or a motor but, I have 330K miles on my Pentastar 3.6L Engine and original transmission, You must change your transmission fluid but if you went over 100K miles and never replaced it, you have more than likely caused the transmission to have internal failure, Some people do not believe in replacing the transmission fluid. The reason you must change it, is because the fluid breaks down and cannot cool the transmission down. After you change it at 100K , I myself change mine then after another 50K then after another 20K and I change it if I notice even the slightest slip in the transmission,

Chrysler 300... | Answered 2 days ago

Replacing the o2 sensor if you do it will be around $80.00 . If you have it done probably twice that. Do not get a cheap sensor from auto parts store. Spend the money and get one from the dealership. Or you will be doing the job again. The cheap ones do not last. When it comes to sensors you get what you pay for.

2006 Chrysler PT... | Answered 3 days ago

this may point you in the right direction, I would recomend you tale a look at a couple of things, this video will help you with what to look for, i know it is not the same vehicle, but it is the same issue good luck. Saturn Series smoke coming from steering column

1991 Chrysler... | Answered 3 days ago

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