Last post on Dec 16, 2012 at 11:03 AM
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Chrysler Pacifica, Brakes, SUV
#13 of 14 Re: Brakes [groucho608]
Jun 24, 2012 (6:42 am)
I know u posted this a while back but i'm trying to inform whom ever i can about the safety issues regarding problems with brakes/sensors w/this car! I took my car in several times complaining about my brakes grinding, having to apply force when stopping because my brakes where grinding when pushed abs light going on/off ect,ect! I was in a HORRRIBLE accident because my brakes completly locked up causing me to run through a red light & be hit by a semi!!! My injurys are severe & permanant! Lets not let Chrysler get away w/putting our lives in there hands! If u are still driving that pacifica please park it & contact chrysler & DEMAND them to repair this ongoing issue before somone dies! I was resesitated at the scene as they were getting ready to air lift me to the icu so i guess i don't count as their 1st death regarding brake issues!!!!!!!!!!
#14 of 14 wiring problems with abs system
Dec 16, 2012 (11:03 am)
My daughter has a 2005 Pacifica Touring. She started complaining about the pedal going to the floor sometimes. After being at my brothers Midas for 2 weeks they have narrowed it down to the left front ABS sensor. After replacing the ABS sensors the Abs light still came on. We have found the wiring that plugs onto the abs module has a wire broken or burnt off of the pin in the plug. The module was replaced first. I am going to the junk yards this week to get the plug and about a foot of the wiring harness. Also the wiring under the drivers carpet/floor mats had become worn and several wires frayed and broken where the harness was laying on a stud welded to the floor. We removed the stud and repaired the wiring and re insulated them. We bundled them up and using carpet duct tape secured them to the floor pan. This had caused the cruise and her steering wheel buttons to stop working.