Question about 2005 Chrysler Pacifica
Today when i got in the car we couldn't roll down the windows, use the power locks, adjust the mirrors, or adjust the seat. Also, when I press the lock button from the key fob the horn beeps but the doors don't lock. I'm thinking fuse or relay but not really sure how to check. Any thoughts would be very helpful!
Disconnect the battery for a minute or two. This clears the computer, and for some reason fixes the problem. I have had the same problem on and off for the last two years I have owned the car. I took it to the dealership at first, then figured that it might be something simpler. I just had the problem again today after accidentally setting off the alarm, and the above fix worked. Lost my radio presets though.
Posted on May 12, 2009
I have a similiar problem mine is only the seats tho. They worked fine and one day we got in to go somewhere and I tried to adjust my seat and it moved slightly then nothing. My daughter tried to move the passenger side and the same thing happened. I have not only disconnected the battery more than once but I actually replaced it and still nothing.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
The solution posted above, to disconnect the battery for a minute or two, worked for me. I just tried it today. Power to all controls on the passenger door, for the seat, window, mirror, were not working. Two minutes of disconnect appears to have rebooted the computer. The only side effect was having to reset the time on my clock. Thank you to the poster who provided the solution.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
Disconnecting the batt, for two minutes did not help. I now believe the power window motor is bad. The window will go up if I jump wire it, but it takes a lot of amps to do so. The motor has to work harder to put the window up. I will R&R it tomorrow.
Posted on Apr 09, 2013
I have a great temporary solution to this problem. I have the same issue with mine. I am going to try the whole battery disconnect thing this morning but here is the temporary fix I have been using for the past bunch of months:
1)Open hood and open fuse box and remove fuse #8 that controls the seats
2)Check it to make sure it isn't burned out. Chances are it IS NOT burned out.
3)Replace that SAME FUSE back where you found it.
That should get your seats a-working for a little while. It is going to **** out again in a few days but at least you can reliably move the seats without needing a whole mess of tools.
Note: This problem seems to be more tied to the frequency with which the car is started.
Posted on Nov 21, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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