Last post on Apr 14, 2012 at 10:47 AM
You are in the Chrysler Pacifica
What is this discussion about?
Chrysler Pacifica, Wagon
#818 of 847 Re: Trailer Hitch Issues/Spare Tire [waterdr]
Jan 06, 2009 (9:10 pm)
Holy hell, I'm not the only one with this problem. I have the same vehicle and purcahsed the same Curt hitch. I just spent an hour trying to get the spare tire back on. The instructions are horrible, "lift tire over passenger plate first"...etc. This is not working. I even jacked up the back end a foot and still am unable to get it back on. I believe I have the 19" spare also. It appears the only way to get it back on is to let the air out like you said, but what good does that do? Have you foubd an answer to our problem?
#819 of 847 DVD for 2006 Pacifica
Jan 11, 2009 (2:07 pm)
I have tried to read the board, but since some of the posts are so old, I thought I'd ask for help. Same story - we have a 2006 Pacifica that we need to add the screen for. It has the player in-dash.
What is the least expensive way to get this done? Is the wiring harness there, or not? Also, does anyone know how to remove the trim piece next to the windshield?
Sorry for all of the newbie questions, and i really appreciate any help.
#820 of 847 DVD for 2005 Pacifica (as well)
Jan 16, 2009 (10:58 am)
I have the same questions as given in the previous posts for retrofitting the DVD system in my Pacifica which has the existing 6-DVD/changer.
Any help with the same questions as post #819 would be greatly appreciated!
#821 of 847 Re: Wiring Diagrams [my3rdrx]
Feb 13, 2009 (6:18 am)
Do you have a wiring diagram for a 05 Pacifica? If you do can you please e-mail it to me. I have been trying to find one for months.
#822 of 847 Re: Wiring Diagrams [Valiant451]
Feb 17, 2009 (8:27 am)
Is there a specific area of wiring you're looking at? The complete wiring diagram file is way too big to send!
#823 of 847 Wiring Harness
Feb 25, 2009 (7:42 pm)
I have a 2004 Pacifica that has navigation and DVD system. I have no clue if there is a factory amp or JBL speakers in it. I am wanting to put a after market stereo in it but don't have any clue what wiring harness I need so that everything will still work as it should. How do I find out if I do have a factory amp and JBL speakers in there? Please help me, nobody seems to have a clue how to help me. I have two item numbers that are for two different harness and I need to know which one, (if either) will work and keep the DVD system working and the navigation working. Thank you! email: barbjlacrosseyahoo.com
#824 of 847 Re: Wiring Harness [bjt3]
Feb 25, 2009 (7:53 pm)
Well, the easiest way to find out if you have an amp is to look in your trunk, If i remember correctly, the amp is located under the last row of seats in the pacificas made in the first half of 2004, and located in the VERY back of the trunk against the right side under the hatch door. Theres quite a few threads in the archives about if a wiring harness will work with the CD changer or not. That was a big arguement...lol
The nav should have nothing to do with the stereo, I have a custom stereo in my ride and the nav has its own speaker on the dash for the voice. I didnt have to use any special wiring to keep that working. Thats all the info I have.... good luck.
#825 of 847 After Market Stereo in My 04 Pacifica?
Mar 05, 2009 (9:37 pm)
I do have the after factory amp but i still have no clue on where to go from here. I have the Nav and the DVD system too in my 04 Pacifica. I want to install my CD palyer and run my subs and amp without having to sacrifice the dvd and nav systems. There has to be away to have it all. If anyone can help me let me know what I need to buy as far as the wiring harness and whatever I will be greatful. I already have the mountig bracket and I am now being told that if I install after market stereo I will lose my DVD system or Nav. PLEASE HELP!!!
#826 of 847 Re: After Market Stereo in My 04 Pacifica? [bjt3]
Mar 05, 2009 (10:22 pm)
I have a double din clarion dvd head unit, 3 amps, 4 -12" woofers. When you say you want to keep the dvd and NAV systems, are you referring to the dvd screen in the back seat? or the 6 dvd changer? I can tell you that you cant keep the changer, but you can keep the dvd screen in the back seat..... the wiring diagram is as follows:
1 - X114 20GY/TN - FUSED B(+)
2 - X211 20YL/GY - IGNITION RUN/ACC SIGNAL
5 - X915 22GY/LB - VIDEO CONTROL
6 - X515 22GY/OR - VIDEO SIGNAL
7 - X530 20GY/DB - VIDEO RETURN
9 - X555 22VT/OR - VIDEO PLAY SIGNAL
12 - X955 22 - SHIELD
I did this myself, but if you are not one who works on your own car, then your installer will know how to do it.
About the NAV, that system is totally seperate from the radio system, one doesnt effect the other. You wont have to worry about that. Sorry about the changer though, I MISS IT TOO......
Post some pics in your profile.....
#827 of 847 Re: After Market Stereo in My 04 Pacifica? [hot_pacifica]
Mar 06, 2009 (4:27 pm)
Is there still going to be video in the back with me putting in a regular CD palyer in or will I have to put a Double Din in the front to work the screen in the back? I do have the changer but as long as I can still run video back there, it will work for me. I use it as a single DVD/CD anyways you know? Another thing is, how did you get the DD to fit correctly in the hole? I went to a install shop and there are talking about having to custom make a mounting bracket and it is going to cost me a lot. Did you find one some where or did you make it work? I do want to add a DD in front and screens in the headrest and maybe a larger screen at some point but I have been discouraged so much I don't know where I really stand with any of it.
Where do I go about buying the correct wiring harness for it or can I some how get around that? I've been told around $190 and it may or may not let me keep the DVD and Nav! I really just want to put a CD player and amp and a pair of 12s in my Pacifica for now.
Thanks for all your help. I can't wait until my sounds get put in!! I wished you lived around me so we could meet up because no one seems to really know what is really good with this car.