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You are in the Chrysler Pacifica
What is this discussion about?
Chrysler Pacifica, Wagon
Jul 09, 2005 (5:37 am)
I agree it cycles all the time, even if cold outside. I can hear it. The only way to shut it down is to use the POWER button to completely shut that display down.
It's stupid because sometimes (when it's colder) I'd like to use the fan only. Why wear those parts and hear those cycles ?!
#26 of 43 Re: My Limited Pac [thimmaker]
Jul 14, 2005 (1:44 pm)
Pardon me , but I fail to understand why the a/c compressor would be on in January when all you want is heat and no defrost action. In Houston, Tx, in my garaged car, I never use the defrost setting , and I can assure you that my compressor does not come on all the time...................
#31 of 43 Miguel M.
Aug 11, 2005 (12:10 pm)
Well Miguel M, since at least one year I was hoping to see an expert from Chrysler be involved in these Pacifica discussions. I also own a Honda, and saw a Honda representative being involved in Honda discussions. I think his username was "I_sell_Hondas", or something like that. You should change your Edmunds username from "miguel2" into something like "Chrysler_marketing".
The first very useful thing you could do would be to find out why Pacifica's front suspension rattles/clunks like described in the TSB 02-007-04.
That TSB applies to Pacificas built before September 28, 2004. My Pac is built in January 2005, so the TSB doesn't apply. Applying the brakes, or steering, doesn't duplicate the sound. Still it rattles at low speed, like all 5 other Pacificas I test drove. My dealership never found another TSB, and never got back to me, because "only god is perfect".
If this job is not appealing to you, I would gladly switch on Chrysler payroll, and help solve the complaints on these web sites, because Chrysler can reach perfection, and doing it would be the best thing to do from a Marketing point of view.