Question about 2006 Chrysler Pacifica Limited
No voltage to relay in crank position leads me to ignition switch. I know what the switch looks like but don't know where to locate.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Dont know where your relay is but generally relays are grouped together in a box under the hood or on a rail on the firewall. They are "plug in" units that can be easily repalced.The ones housed in a box are usually easier to service because there is a description usually inside the cover. Many times the relays are the same# serving different purposes. If thats the case, use a good one and plug it into different slots 'till the fan comes on (make sure engine is hot enough for this to happen) Be aware that a bad sensor will give you a similar problem (it won't tell the relay to go on)
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
The cooler/ radiator fan driver relay is located in the black box just behind your drivers side headlight assy under the hood. It is your power distribution control. You can follow the printed diagram on the cover to locate the relay you are in need of replacing.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
I have one of these cars too, also 3.5. I purchased with 34K and has used a quart of oil every 1000 miles since then. It has no leaks or smoke or any other signs of oil consumption. So much research, nobody knows why these engines do this, some have gone as far as contacting Chrysler just for them to say, " that's normal". But here is the diagram for the PCV:
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
the blower relay switch controls the blower motor,this sounds more like an air blend switch on the heater control head on the dash,not making the switch over in that switch.it could be the air blend door motor on the heater duct under the dash on the passenger side.this can be checked with a scan tool that has the capability to communicate with the bcm computer on this car.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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