Chrysler Pacifica owners have reported 50 problems related to brake abs warning light (under the service brakes category).
The abs light started to just flash on and off, even when not braking. Then abs started to malfunction causing problem with braking. While I was driving it in downtown nashville at about 25mph, braking down hill, I tapped on the brakes to slow down and I could feel the pedal rapidly pulsating and noticed the abs light turn on and the car was having difficulty stopping. Thought I would run the stop sign. In last seconds normal braking occurred. Abs light began coming on intermittently, took to shop following day. Had front and rear brake replaced. Light starting coming on again within a few days, when light comes on problem with brakes.
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The contact owns a 2005 Chrysler Pacifica. The contact stated that while driving 55 mph, the vehicle shook with the illumination of the abs light. The vehicle was not repaired and the manufacturer was notified. The approximate failure mileage was 130,000.
I just got my abs light fixed and it came back on I looked online and seen alot of ppl are having this issue I just paid 300$.
My abs light keeps coming on intermittently. The brakes lock up without warning. Today I had to swerve onto the shoulder to avoid a collision. This has happened before but without incident. This is a serious safety hazard and should receive special attention immediately!.
I will hear a chime and look to see why and the abs light will be on. Then when I hit the brakes sometimes they feel fine other times they feel spongy. I have read where this is a ongoing problem with Pacificas. There needs to be a recall and Chrysler needs to pay for the repairs.
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I was driving down the highway and the abs light came on. Moments later I had to come to a sudden stop and had very little braking power. I had to swerve severely to avoid an accident. Since the the light comes on frequently and braking is severely effected. Nothing the mechanics do lasts long. I can't sell the car and I'm afraid to drive it outside of the neighborhood. Apparently everything the service code may indicate is extremely expensive. I can't believe this car hasn't been recalled yet. With so many cars having this problem there has to be a common fix.
Abs warning light keeps coming on intermittantly. I have had it worked on and reset but it keeps coming on. The mechanic says the diagnostic code doesn't make sense. It is becoming costly to keep having it checked. There should be a recall as there are many Pacifica's that have the same problem.
The contact owns a 2006 Chrysler Pacifica. The contact stated the abs light illuminated on the instrument panel and the brakes began to make a grinding noise. The brake failure almost caused a crash to occur. The contact took the vehicle to the dealer and was told the catalytic converter needed to be replaced; however, the check engine light didn't illuminate until after it was replaced. The vehicle was taken to the dealer a second time because the brakes were grinding and was told that the transmission was failing and needed to be replaced. The abs light continued to remain illuminated on the instrument panel; however, the dealer did not duplicate or diagnose the failures. The VIN was not available. The failure mileage was unknown. The current mileage was 96,000.
About 5 months ago my car would not stop completely when braking. I would let off brakes and reapply & it still did not stop promptly. Abs light came on & engine light came on. I took it to Chrysler repair center in delray beach florida. They said my nvl pump & abs sensor needed replaced. They also said if I do not replace the nvl pump my car will begin to stall. The car began stalling about 3-4 weeks later. It happened about 4-6 times at low speeds or when the car was at idol. I had the pump replaced by another mechanic a few weeks later. The car kept stalling after the part was replaced. Then the car started completely lock up & turn off right in the middle of driving. I have no power, no steering. . . Nothing. I can't believe I haven't been in an accident yet! I took it back in to 3 different mechanics for an inspection & diagnostic. All three mechanics say now I have O2 sensors & mounts that are bad. They all say that everything else is fine. They all 3 say the mounts & O2 sensors doesn't explain why the car stalls & locks up/turns off while driving. My last mechanic ran a recall search for my car & found a recall for my make & model that completely explains my problem. However when I called Chrysler back in the middle of January they said my VIN # does not qualify?!?!? I called Chrysler home office to see if there was some kind of error as to why my car is not eligible for the recall & they haven't called back. How can Chrysler not honor this defect in my car when it honors it in others. It is dangerous. I have 2 children that I drive around. I need my car to be safe. I have researched that many other people with my car have the same exact problems. Chrysler obviously is aware of the problem but will not deal with it. This should be illegal! please can someone help me?.
Abs light appears intermittently. Mechanic finds no problem. Now takes greater distance to stop vehicle. Experienced complete brake failure 5/2/2011. I am afraid to drive this vehicle. I do not know if it will actually stop when I apply the brake.
Two month after I bought my Pacifica my abs light came on and has continued to come on even after it was fixed. Apparently it is the sensor that keeps having issues. It reads a different speed than the other sensors. Also I keep having an issue with my engine light coming on randomly. I have taken the car in for evaluation 3 times and every time they tell me I need to turn the gas cap so many times to stop this from comming on. This actually does not solve the problem, as it is still continues to come on and turn off randomly. Again I assume a sensor, the automotive places are sure I just need to turn the cap,how many times will it need to be turned 20 cause 3, 4, 5 ,6 none of these stop the problem, super annoying Chrysler cannot just fix the problem, they made the car it cannot be that hard to fix.
On the evening of Monday, October 11, 2010, we dropped our car off at a local Chrysler dealership. The purpose for this drop off was to determine why the abs light was on, and would not go off. The next morning we received a call from a service technician explaining that our computer module needed to be replaced, and that they had discovered an additional problem with the main wiring harness. The technician went on to explain that the main wiring harness had completely melted, and he could not understand why the car did not catch on fire. " after an "investigation," Chrysler's legal department determined that the issue was not a manufacturing defect, and would not provide any reason for the fire, but only offered that it extinguished itself. We contacted our insurance company, and they ruled it a fire, and repaired the wiring harness. We were responsible for repairing the abs light malfunction.
2005 Chrysler Pacifica abs braking light comes on unexpectedly and brakes begin to fail. Dealers say it is the abs sensor but they continue to fail.
I have a 2005 Chrysler Pacifica. Abs light keeps coming on. Dealer has repaired it twice. Problem keeps re occurring. . .
My abs light keeps coming on in my 2006 Chrysler Pacifica. I drive my car every day to take my children to daycare and then to work. While driving my car, my brakes will start grinding and then the brakes will fail. I have luckily not been in any accidents, but have ran stop signs and stop lights due to not being able to stop. I have come inches from hitting other cars. This occurs every time that I drive the car. It will start to happen within the first four to five miles and I drive roughly 20 miles a day just to work. I have taken my car into les schwab and they say my brakes and pads are fine. They flushed the brakes and re-bled them to see if that would do anything, but it has not. I have searched on line and found hundreds of owners for the 2006 Pacifica stating the same problems, and any time they fix a sensor which is what the reader code is coming up, the same thing happens and says it's the sensor again. It really concerns me that there has not been a recall on this vehicle yet. What does it take? someone to die before this vehicle is recalled? every day I have to wonder if my children and I will be seriously injured or killed because of this problem. I don't make a lot of money, have 3 children to support and cannot afford to by another car. I have no choice but to drive this vehicle to get to work. I am pleading to please, please, please, take this problem seriously and to save the lives of these many owners and families of the 2006 Pacifica. What if you and you're family owned this vehicle? think of how scary it is to lose your brakes. Thank you! I put the "incident date" as the day this started happening.
Information redacted pursuant to the freedom of information act (foia), 5 u. S. C. 552(b)(6). Abs light on - failure to stop the vehicle. I own a chry-pacifica 2006, abs light came on while driving the car, just before the light came on, (transition between abs stopped working and turned to traditional brakes) I was making a left turn, the car instead of stopping kept going and I just missed hitting the oncoming traffic. The failure could have resulted in catastrophic accident. I took the car to get this repaired and was informed that there is a bulletin providing instruction about replacement of sensors for Pacifica, also it suggests it could be covered under warranty based on warranty provisions. Mileage: around 60,000 the question I have is if Chrysler is aware of the issue why can't they extend warranty on such parts that are related to safety? also, it requires the owner to replace all four sensors - why? is there anything that can bedone to help the customer with this issue? [xxx].
Abs system will engage for no reason at low speed and light braking. Abs warning system light will come on without a reason. Abs sensors replace approximately 2 times. Have replaced a sensor and the abs light came back. During the night and go off on day light.
I was just leaving out of the gas station, went to put on brakes and abs light came on at the same time I put on brakes and felt like a grinding against something. Took car to shop put new brakes on, but didn't resolve the problem. Took car back to the shop because the abs light came back on. Brakes sill having the same problem. I have had this problem checked out 3 times,and they cannot find and problem,but there is something going on with the brake pedal, in it or surrounding it. I have a 2005 Chrysler Pacifica, and I think it might be concerning the Chrysler recall concerning the brake booster rod retaining clip. The brake failure occurs 2 to 3 time month. I thought putting on new brakes would solve the problem,but its coming from somewhere around the brake pedal not the brakes. Had it checked out again nothing was found wrong with brakes. Mechanic said nothing was found loose or missing.
The abs light keeps coming on and the last time the brakes got very spongy. I have been doing some research on this problem and have found that this is very common in this vehicle. To me that should be a safety re-call. The brakes I would think are a very important part if not the most important part of the vehicle. Does someone have to be killed before they are forced to do a re-call?.
Making a left hand turn, I lost braking power momentarily. After that, the abs light came on, but went off after the car was turned off. It comes on and off now intermittently and I on occasion lose braking ability. The abs light does not seem to come on in correspondence with the braking issue however. I am told that this is due to faulty abs sensors which Chrysler refuses to acknowledge.
2006 Chrysler Pacifica has abs brake issues. Abs lights come on and off and abs pulses randomly at times. Car only has 19k miles. Many others have same problem.
The abs light comes on no matter what I do. Took to the dealership, they reset the abs but the problem came back a month later. Took it back to the dealer and was told that their engineers were aware of the problem and don't know how to fix it. How am I supposed to know if my brakes are in proper working condition if the Chrysler engineers can't figure it?.
The abs (anti brake system) light started to come on and stay on I brought the car to the garage for repair the light still comes on I have made some research on the internet concerning that problem and discover that a lot of owner having the same type of car as me (2005 & up Chrysler Pacifica) are having the same problem. Also one time when the abs light was on and stayed on while I was driving the abs system cause me to loose brakes for a few seconds when I was trying to brake, this is a serious safety failure and Chrysler should address that.
Abs lights on my 2006 Chrysler Pacifica came on and wont turn off. This occurred June 2009.
I purchased a used 2005 Chrysler Pacifica with 68000 miles on it. A week later the abs light came on. I was told it was the sensor but it was ok to drive. My brakes do not brake well and lock up on me. I got the pads replaced and rotors smoothed, but I am still having the sensor problem. While looking on websites, I noticed that many people have the same problem. What can be done to force Chrysler to recall this sensor?.
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|Service Brakes problems||
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|Brake Disc Rotor problems||
|Brake Sensor problems||
|Abs Brake Fail problems||
|Brake Antilock Wheel Speed Sensor problems||
|Brake Electric Antilock problems||
|Brakes Failed problems||
|Brake Fluid Leak problems||