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I own a 2004 chrysler pacifica. when i accelerate i hear a noise like you just went over a small bump or hill in the front drivers side. could you tell me what that is and how much it is to fix. thank you sharon nunez luna322@comcast.net

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    that might be your front motor mount. i am having the same problem. whatever you do don't try to change it yourself not unless you are a skilled mech. the front mount cost me about 90 bucks. i am trying to do it myself and i can't get it out.

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It also could be a rusted engine cradle Chrysler has a warrinty on 2004 and 2005 for 10 years 150,000 miles. Everyone check the frame around the engine for rust holesThe copy of the letter from ChryslerChryslerhttps://acrobat.com/#d=YBlDKB70cQImfreyOmeMqg

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You need to get the motor mounts changed as i had the same problem before....two of them had broke so anytime my car accelerated or slowed down the transmission going through its gears would cause the motor to jump....i would recommend taking it to a mechanic

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