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I have a 2006 Chrysler Pacifica and it spells like a wire is burning, which is causing the battery to drain. What can I do?

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carbon buildup in the throtle body is most likely the problem you need to remove the air cleaner and buy some card cleaner. there ia a butterfly valve in the throat of the assembly that will have a carbon ring built up around it use the carb cleaner and a tooth brush to remove it this happened to my pacifica I could not believe it was something so simple I went through lubricating all the cables before I found the real problem

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Hi 2004 Chrysler Pacifica p2066 p0404 Also it drain the battery when not in use

P2066 relates to a fuel sensor level:
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P0404 relates to an EGR fault (Exhaust gas Recycler). You may be able to clean the EGR:
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Whether this is causing your battery to drain isn't clear - there are other causes of batteries discharging, such as burnt out diodes in the alternator.

Treat it as 3 faults - try and rectify the 2 error codes first (disconnect the car battery whe not in use to prevent it draining) .. and then look at the cause of the battery discharge

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How to fix a starter on a 2006 Chrysler pacifica

Hello A. J. Arland,

Most folks find it more economically reasonable
to simply replace the starter...
(see below)

You can check VERY reasonable prices at ROCKAUTO.COM ..

It is important to note... Your STARTER MIGHT be fine...
Your SOLENOID could be causing the unit not to operate correctly...

There are multiple test procedure...
I am ASSUMING you have already performed... because your question is merely REPLACEMENT...

First... single and most important step...
DISCONNECT THE GROUND wire at the battery...!!

Remove wires from starter.
(always tag where the wires connect... perhaps even a picture).

Remove bolts from Starter...
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Reverse above steps...

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My 06 Chrysler Pacifica accelerated on its own upon take off the other night and continued picking up speed until I had to shut the car off to stop Positive battery cable was hot and smoking now there is...

First step must be a thorough visual inspection of all the engine compartment cables. There is clearly a huge current drain causing the positive cable to smoke. If the inspection doesn't reveal any obvious problems as many circuits as possible must be isolated from each other and from the battery until the discharge has been eliminated and then reconnected one at a time until the guilty circuit is found.

I advise you not to begin the work assuming the discharge is connected to the engine management problem - coincidences do happen and the work can't progress far until the discharge has been fixed.

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My 2006 chrysler pacifica is all of a sudden reading invalid key and fob. what do i do?

go to a dealer and reset your key in the motor management and it wil work again

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The cooling fan on my 2006 chrysler pacifica wont blow?

Look under the hood above the battery. In the box are your fuses and relays look for a bad fuse or a bad blower motor relay. If you read the cover you will see there are spare relays in the box just swap them

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2006 chrysler pacifica touring randomly makes a clicking noise when go to start up the car and it will not crank. after several tries it cranks right up. what would cause this ?

Its the connections to the battery. Have the SAME car (had 3 of them, actually), with the SAME problem. Any other weird things happening....or questions about the Pacifica.......I have become an absolute EXPERT, lol!

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2006 pacifica burned out headlight . how do I replace it?

Under the hood - follow the wires to the back of the headlight assembly and remove the connector. Remove the lock ring around it and coax the old bulb out - it is held in with a rubber sealing ring. Make sure the new one snaps back in the correct position. The bulb will only fit in in the same position as the old one. Reinstall the lock ring and the wire connector.

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Positive ventilation crank case valve location

I have one of these cars too, also 3.5. I purchased with 34K and has used a quart of oil every 1000 miles since then. It has no leaks or smoke or any other signs of oil consumption. So much research, nobody knows why these engines do this, some have gone as far as contacting Chrysler just for them to say, " that's normal". But here is the diagram for the PCV:


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'04 Chrysler Pacifica battery won't hold a charge for long. Sometimes it will be fine for months and then not start. Other times it won't last more than a day. I was thinking it must be a parasitic drain...

First try to understand if there is a parasitic drain.

Once you exclude the drain, replace the battery, a battery with shorted cells can cause the drain.

The firmware has nothing to do with drainage, unless the unit is factory defective.

To measure drainage remove ignition key, connect the amp meter between the battery positive wire connector and positive terminal.A couple of milliamps drainage is normal, and is caused by instruments, car stereo memory, ECU etc.
Start removing more fuses , and open the wiring at different points , trying to locate the problem.
Remove the fuses and see if you have drain by connecting a meter to read amps on battery, if you have drain with no fuse, then the problem is insulated to wiring harness before the fuse, with something shorted between the battery and the fuseblock.
Also check car stereo and car amp HU, the HU can keep a unit on when the ignition key is off, causing drain.

Mar 03, 2009 | 2004 Chrysler Pacifica

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Car won't crank & makes a clicking noise when ignition is turned.

Is this the original battery? Have u had it tested? The no crank, clicking noise is classic dead battery symptoms, lights can still work, but not enough power to turn engine over. If it's the original battery, it's at the end of it's life cycle, and should be replaced. U can get the battery tested for free at any parts store.

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