Last post on Nov 01, 2012 at 5:26 PM
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Chrysler Pacifica, Fuel System
#8 of 27 Re: Problems Filling Up My Pacifica [samuelb]
Feb 25, 2007 (9:23 pm)
I have an '06 with exactly the same problem but it is intermittent. Would love to know what it is as I'm out of warranty in 3K miles.
#9 of 27 Re: Problems Filling Up My Pacifica [ffstone11]
Mar 04, 2007 (8:41 am)
I have a 05 and only notice the problem at Costco when pull to the right side and have to stretch the hose across the back of the car. This tends to turn the handle to the right. If it clicks off to early I slow the flow and I am fine.
#10 of 27 07' Pacifica..
Mar 24, 2007 (5:58 am)
I've noticed that if I'm in a hurry and use the pump at "full speed", it fills MOSTLY all the way and kicks back a great deal. When I allow the pump to run fast until it kicks, wait a few seconds, then fill it slowly the rest of the way, I can add an extra gallon or two.
Mar 25, 2007 (5:05 am)
I have issues with one of my vehicles sometimes. I find that if I don't bury the nose of the gas pump in the tank it won't kick out early. I just pull it back an inch or so.
But then again I know they say NOT to overfill the tank too.
#12 of 27 wanting to install analog clock in my 2005 Pacifica
Jul 27, 2008 (9:04 pm)
I just purchased this vehicle and it has all that I wanted--except the clock.
I can get a complete unit out of a 2005, complete with the bezel intact and am wondering if I will have issues/problems, and if so, what they might be?
Thanks for any assistance.
I appreciate it.
#13 of 27 Re: Gas [caliberchic]
Jul 28, 2008 (3:56 am)
I can't help you with the problem--except to suggest that it may be that particular station.
However, I always wonder when I hear statements like "NOT to overfill the tank". I know they say it but how can you overfill the tank? To me it is either full or not full. I guess they probably mean not to fill up to the top of the filler neck, but they could actually say that.
I hope your problem gets solved without additional monies being spent.
#14 of 27 2004 same problem
Aug 01, 2010 (6:39 pm)
We have the same problem. We have to trickle the gas in. It takes forever. Doesn't matter what station you go to. Seems like its not venting properly????
Aug 16, 2010 (2:08 pm)
Hey I think I know the problem. The dealer sells a little foam piece that wraps around the steal filler tube thing. This should solve your problem.
#16 of 27 Re: 2004 same problem [bigbadbob]
Jul 06, 2011 (1:34 pm)
I'm having same problem with 2004 Pac. I've read numerous internet accounts of what could be the problem and how Chrysler can't seem to fix it.
Have you gotten the problem resolved? If so, how?
#17 of 27 Same Problem with 2006 Pacifica
Jul 28, 2011 (8:57 pm)
I'm having the same problem with my 2006 Pacifica. Some gas stations are better than others but I've never been able to completely fill the tank without it cutting off at some point. I'd like to hear more about the foam piece that was mentioned in post #15. My dealership seemed clueless. I'm also having a problem where the gas gauge will go from a half-tank to empty within a few miles. Are the two related? Thanks in advance.