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Radiator hose pops off on chrysler pacifica - 2005 Chrysler Pacifica

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: OBD-II reads DTC P0305

DTC P0305 means Misfire Detected, Cylinder No. 5

Since this is the problem then you should let Chrysler handle the problem.

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Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: my chrysler pacifica has motor

dont think motor mounts its sounds like transmission mount 0r rearend bushings .one way to check it is put hand brakes down & hold brake pedal down give it a little gas (this is what they call power braking) to see if you hear it now. you should be able to tell where is coming from.

Posted on Dec 08, 2010

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SOURCE: location of radiator fan sensor

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Posted on Jun 21, 2011

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SOURCE: want to know how to remove and install a radiator in a chrysler pacifica 2005

Facing car right hand side lower radiator remove drain plug on cold engine. If your radiator is bad the hoses are old to cut hoses off one top one lower. Have a shop discharge AC.Remove fan connectors.Remove the front fascia (the front of the car blocking the radiator from coming out. The painted part like you got hit in the front and had to replace the front cover) Remove AC lines. Remove transmission cooler lines. Remove push pins holding top plate on radiator. Remove right and left push pin brackets.Remove AC condenser side brackets.Lift up condenser and set back down in front of radiator.Lift radiator out and remove cooler and fan Assembly.If you want the original antifreeze go to dealer or Napa Zerex G5 same thing was 15 a gallon takes 1 and a 1/4 gallons + distilled water 50/50 Sounds like a lot of fun let me know how long it takes

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SOURCE: 2004 pacifica radiator overheats every couple

A fan is on or off not slow do any fans in your house run slow because they are old?Your thermostat fan or temp sensor is bad

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How to change the radiator on a 2004 pacifica

Drain the antifreeze or coolant and then remove any parts obstructing the removal of the radiator itself, the cooling fan, etc. Unclamp the top and bottom radiator hoses, remove retaining bolts and remove. Replacement is opposite. Refill unit avoiding air pockets by running heater while car warms up and you are adding coolant.

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How to change 2007 pacifica radiator hose?

Are you sure its the hose if so the are clamped on with ether spring loaded clamps which should be replaced with ones that are able to be tightened but check for radiator leak or if not sure also check water pump

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2005 Chrysler Pacifica: Brothers and Sisters Help ME!!!! I had water pump & Timing done and now my upper radiator hose continue to pop-off. Please advised Carefully (As this is my only source of t

Usually, hoses pop off if the radiator/expansion tank cap is incorrect/broken. Find out if this "mechanic" changed the cap, if they did, get the old one back or get a replacement from the dealer. I have never gotten a dependable replacement from any parts stores. If they didn't change it, change it anyway and see what happens.

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Why does hose keep coming loose from radiator

clamp holding hose on could be bad and in some cases the neck on the radiator cracks and hose just wont tighten right. try new clamp .....good luck...... could be wrong size hose also

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I have a 2005 Chrysler Pacifica. While driving I heard a faint sound almost like a pop. Then steam coming from the front drivers wheel well. Then I noticed the heater will only blow cold air. Can you...

The pop you referred to was mostly likely a radiator hose rupturing.

The steam would be indicative of a sudden, massive loss of coolant.

Do Not drive until problem is remedied.

Could also have been a radiator tank letting go, but I'd put my money on a hose.

Hoses are a LOT LESS COSTLY, and generally easier to replace.

Good luck!

Dec 30, 2010 | 2005 Chrysler Pacifica

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It Started about 6 months ago on my 2005 chrysler Pacifica v6 3.8. my upper radiator hose colapses when i rev the engine up and it gets really hot. i can tell by the smell. i have replaced my thermostat...


Dec 14, 2010 | 2005 Chrysler Pacifica

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I need to replace the thermostat for a 2005 chrysler pacifica

Follow the Upper Radiator Hose to the Block. There is a Bell housing there that the Hose Connects to. Remove that Bellhousing and the Thermostat is Right Under it.

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