Question about 2006 Chrysler Pacifica
When I put the car in drive the car does not move, when I give it gas it feels like it's hesitating. Once it goes past 10 miles it feels like whatever was holding it back just let go and it runs fine. And when I put it in reverse I feel the same thing something is holding back the car
Sounds like your brakes are sticking. Possibly the emergency brake is not disengaging entirely? Stop the car and put in park. Apply emergency brake as hard/far as possible. Then release and put in drive and try to go. Most emergency brakes are self adjusting. If the problem still persists, have it taken to your mechanic.
Posted on Apr 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the EXACT same problem on my 01 PT. Very easy and inexpensive fix. There is a bushing that is located under the air box under the hood. It is in the shifter linkage. It falls apart from the heat of the engine and age. Mine was completely gone! The dealership didn't sell the bushing itself, they wanted to sell the whole arm for $$! I found this place that sells polyurethane bushing that work great. They sell you two, one for under the hood and one under the console. I just replaced the one under the hood.
All you have to take off is the air box, press the bushing into the sleeve then press it onto the pin and you are done. This place sells them as race parts that gives you a tighter shift.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
SOURCE: Trouble codes p0301 and p1684
It seems like P1684 is a com problem with the modules. As far as your cyl. #1 misfire try switching the coil, plug and see if the problem follows to the cyl. you swapped plug and coil with, this will help issolate the cause. Also look for oil accumulation in the plug hole, cracked coil, arcking through the plug boot.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
SOURCE: codes P0731, P1782, and P0700
It means you have some or just one sticking or defective solenoid in the trans valve body. You will need to take it in before you become stranded and or destoy the transmission. Even if the fluid was low and you had these symptoms these codes would not be related. These codes are electrical related, not pressure
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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