Last post on Nov 01, 2012 at 6:26 PM
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Chrysler Pacifica, Fuel System
#22 of 27 2004 chrysler pacifica with a bad gas tank
May 03, 2012 (8:20 am)
#23 of 27 2004 chrysler pacifica with a bad gas tank
May 03, 2012 (8:20 am)
just got a pacifica with a bad gas tank.the gas pump keeps clicking has if its full at about $15.00 at the pump its been in the shop three time.if i keep trying to force gas in it will start pushing back out.its currently in the shop again getting a new gas tank....my 30 day warranty is almost up ...it this dont work i dont know what to do....
#24 of 27 Problems with gas tank on 2004 Chrysler Pacifica
Jul 18, 2012 (1:32 pm)
I'm having the same problems as everyone else. Fills up to about 7 gallons then constantly shuts off. There has been no recal but if everyone would call 888-327-4236 to complain it might help.
#25 of 27 Re: Problems with gas tank on 2004 Chrysler Pacifica [bobnpam]
Aug 06, 2012 (7:37 am)
Three times the pumps had to be replaced. The pumps three years ago were faulty. Have not had a problem since then. Surprised you have not had a problem till now, unless you just bought the car. In that case, if you investigate, you will find a history of the problem. The tank has two pumps, one for the engine, and one to pump the second tank into the first tank. Your gas gauge will show empty when the second pump does not work, and of course then the only tank you can fill is the first. The pump shuts off. Plus making a hard left or right turn at a certain speed the car will stall. You have gas, but the car does not not it, or cannot access it. The new pumps work good now. I got the same story at first, but after going to Detroit, they admitted a problem.
Oct 03, 2012 (3:32 am)
Hey, has anyone had a problem with a crack at the top of the fuel tank? I am told that the fuel tank of my 2006 Pacifica has to be replaced along with the fuel pump and ??? something else.........I think he said fuel line, not sure. Anyway, due to the "shrinking" of the fuel tank with the heat here in Florida, there is a crack at the fuel pump. The dealership said that replacing only the pump, will not work since due to the shrinking of the tank, this will cause a crack at the pump again.
Really, why is a gas tank shrinking?? Is this normal? And if so, why haven't I had this problem with any other car I've owned? How do I know this won't happen to the new gas tank.
This has to be a flaw in the tank????? Help..........this is a $2000.000 plus repair.
#27 of 27 Here's the fix!!
Nov 01, 2012 (6:26 pm)
Don't let Chrysler use your vehicle as an experiment. They are making a killing replacing fuel pumps, gas tanks fuel sending units and fuels modules. I went through all of this and after spending hundreds, the solution ended up costing around $3.00. They HAVE TO know it's a simple fix that you can do yourself. I've outlined it in my post here: http://www.dodgeboard.com/forums/index.php?threads/my-crazy-gas-gauge.6381/