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2005 chrysler pacifica has milky brown liquid in the radiator over flow reservoir and the oil stick looks good. None on the stick, wha tis the problem

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SOURCE: program instruction garage door opener in 2005 chrysler pacifica

if your garage motor have rolling codes you need to put your car inside garage near the motor leave ignition on go to the motor locate learn button press it then quickly go to the car and press and hold one of the buttons for approximately 30 sec or until it start blinking rapidly, if you have a regular motor take one hand held opener go inside car ignition on same time press open button on handheld remote and on the car button 30 sec and it should be programmed.

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SOURCE: 2005 Chrysler Town and Country. How to replace

Yes, fairly easy for both. Dealer will be the only one to have it.

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

SOURCE: 2005 Chrysler Pacifica Washer Pump

The washer pump is located in the bottom of your windsheild washer reservoir. You will have to remove the wheel well cover to access it and check the plug in harness to make sure it is connected. Place a voltmeter on the to leads of the harness and have an assistant push the windshield washer button with ignition on. There you will see if your getting volts to the end of the harness. If you do, then the pump is bad. Replace it while you have access to it.

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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

Posted on Dec 13, 2011

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What to do when 2006 Chrysler Pacifica engine temp warning light comes on?


Do not continue to operate. Operating an overheated engine will cause the engine to fail.

After the engine has cooled,
Confirm that the engine has coolant.
Confirm that the reservoir is full to the mark
Start engine and confirm as engine gets warm cooling fan at radiator turns on

Confirm that the rubber engine belt is working
Put in car heater to full hot and blower on.
Confirm heat is hot from car heater.
If heater is not hot possible water pump failure or air in coolant system keeping the coolant from circulating.
Allow to cool completely.
Remove cap start engine and observe coolant flowing at or near cap. Observe bubbling or exhaust gases coming from radiator

Check for water in oil by pulling dip stick
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  • Overheating engine
  • Bubbles in the radiator or coolant overflow tank
  • White milky oil
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If milky likely a blown head gasket

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2006 Chrysler pacifica touring, changed upper radiator hose and its still overheating. Bubbling from the reservoir


Hi, you have a few things it could be , you will have to wait till the car cools down and look at the expansion tank level if its a way down below the level then you may have a leakage then again it maybe a sticking thermostat this is the cheapest option. You may also look at a new radiator cap this is what i would change first.

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2004 Chrysler pacifica has milky brown liquid in the reservoir and the oil stick looks good. None on the stick and just change the radiator.


The milky brown liquid floating at the top of your coolant reservoir is almost certainly OIL. This is usually a first indication of a head gasket issue, especially if your vehicle has recently overheated.

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97'Saturn sl2...black substance that looks like oil has filled up the tank where I put antifreeze.Started off like a moca,milky substance leaking on the ground pretty bad,so I had radiator replaced & now...


So sorry to hear of this Problem, But You have either A head Gasket that has Acquired a Crack or A crack in the Engine Block somewhere between the Cylinders and an Oil port. this is what will cause Milky Oil in the Coolant reservoir/overflow tank, if the color is More Brown then it is Definitely engine Oil if it is Reddish then it is a trans coolant leak But since You say you replaced the Radiator then My money goes to and Engine Problem, You nee to See a Professional Mechanic shop to have the System Pressure Checked, And The Oil Dipstick checked, if You have Milky foam on that stick then You will have narrowed down the Problem

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I have a 2004 pacifica oil is mixing with radiator


There is a bad gasket be it the head, intake or a crack in the block or head. Have it tested and yes you have oil in the engine also with the water. The oil genie didn't just put oil in the overflow it's all over. If the antifreeze gets to the valves mixed with oil it can cause the valves to stick shut or open

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Chrysler pacifica 2004 coolant keeps getting low with no visible leak


look at your oil filer cap and if its milky looking then its possibly your cylinder head gascet

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What causes radiator water to be milky looking chrysler pacifica 2006


It could be an oil leak in your head gasket. when oil and water mix in your motor the result is a milky grey substance, I have only seen it in the block oil pan, not the coolant resevior.

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