Question about 2005 Chrysler Pacifica
With the vehicle up on ramps or elivated, find the oil pan and try to locate the plug there.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I recommend VERY Highly that you get the Haynes Repair manual on the vehicle. It will provide Step by step instructions for basic stuff like Oil Changes and Tune Ups and the intervals for these. As for you question. The oil Drain plug is located on teh oil pan at the bottom of the vehicle, The oil Filter is located on the Firewall side of the engine, and other than understanding how to properly install an oil Filter and to use the correct oil there isn't much to it. Oh, the oil drain plug should be a 13 or 14 mm.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
I believe on that model the 3 front plugs are accessable from the front, but the rear 3 plugs you will need to get an upper plentum gaskit as well, because you need to remove the upper intake plentum to access the rear 3. I know it's a crappy set up, but that's how they make them nowadays. You're looking at about an hour's work to do it give or take.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
Oil pressure sensor (they changed the name) It's just above the oil filter. Jack up car remove passenger side wheel Remove inner fender Remove engine cover Remove air cleaner box Remove belt. Now the sensor is right in front of you. There is 1/2 inch clearance between the engine, ac compressor and I can't remember what's on top. No problem right. WRONG now you have to depress the tab that holds the wiring plug on but you can't reach it. You could just rip It off and use the special socket to remove it and then put the new one in and hope the wires stay on. Or take it to the dealer for 85 dollars. I called a repair shop and asked them how much he said 70 dollars and I could wait for it it would be done in 15 min to half an hour. I asked if he wanted me to leave all the parts off the car. He said no just put it back together and that way he would know how to put it back together. An hour later I pulled in and I waited 8 hours and they finally had it done. I had a written estimate and he only charged me 70 dollars. So take it in and have it fixed don't waste your time.
Posted on Dec 12, 2011
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