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2004 Pacifica Pacifica message "service tire system soon". Forget it!! Nobody has ever gotten it fixed that I know of. There needs to be a recall on this to fix the problem - dealers don't even know how to fix it!! The "Service tire system soon" message is unfixable- we've tried everything - and we're in the car rental business!

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Check air pressure in all tires sometimes 2 pounds of pressure difference will set it off and sometimes it takes 8 pounds. If a sensor goes out and you know which one it is pick up a new sensor at Advanced auto for 42 dollars and put it together with the one screw and go to Walmart and they will install it for 10 dollars.The sensors have batteries in them and they only last so long if it has been over five years and one goes out replace them all. The car will learn the new sensors in a few miles so just drive until the light goes out2004 Pacifica - 12_2_2011_4_02_28_pm.gif

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This is a very buggy system and prone to erroneous messages. There is a early and a late 2004 pacifica , the early system seems to be the problem one. It might have a defective tire pressure sensor , which takes the place of the valve stem. Typical cost is $120 - $150 each for replacement. You might want to consider buying a tire gauge and check your tire pressure once a month and ignore this message. Could also be just low tire pressure. Your right it should be recalled or they should let us know what wire to cut to rid ourselves of the message!

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  • rjbeg123 Jun 01, 2009

    This is a very buggy system and prone to erroneous messages. There is a early and a late 2004 pacifica , the early system seems to be the problem one. It might have a defective tire pressure sensor , which takes the place of the valve stem. Typical cost is $120 - $150 each for replacement. You might want to consider buying a tire gauge and check your tire pressure once a month and ignore this message.
    Could also be just low tire pressure. Your right it should be recalled or they should let us know what wire to cut to rid ourselves of the message!

  • rjbeg123 Jun 01, 2009

    This is a very buggy system and prone to erroneous messages. There is a early and a late 2004 pacifica , the early system seems to be the problem one. It might have a defective tire pressure sensor , which takes the place of the valve stem. Typical cost is $120 - $150 each for replacement. You might want to consider buying a tire gauge and check your tire pressure once a month and ignore this message.
    Could also be just low tire pressure. Your right it should be recalled or they should let us know what wire to cut to rid ourselves of the message!

  • rjbeg123 Jun 01, 2009

    This is a very buggy system and prone to erroneous messages. There is a early and a late 2004 pacifica , the early system seems to be the problem one. It might have a defective tire pressure sensor , which takes the place of the valve stem. Typical cost is $120 - $150 each for replacement. You might want to consider buying a tire gauge and check your tire pressure once a month and ignore this message.
    Could also be just low tire pressure. Your right it should be recalled or they should let us know what wire to cut to rid ourselves of the message!

  • okiehotrod66 Aug 10, 2011

    The batteries on those sensors last 5-7 years. The system isnt 'buggy', it just isnt receiving a signal from the sensor. Any good ASE Certified Mechanic knows this. YOU cant fix it. When you put tires on it next time, just have them change the batteries in the sensors. The system will then reset itself.
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