Chrysler Pacifica owners have reported 9 problems related to tire pressure monitoring system (under the tire category).
While checking the air pressure on a customer's Chrysler Pacifica the air valve on the tpms sensor became stuck in the open position resulting in the loss of all air pressure. The tpms sensor and valve had to be replaced. This claim is being filed on behalf of one of our customers at oil changer, inc.
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My tires, which are not defective nor worn keeping loosing air causing the tpms senor to come on. After taking it in many times to get air I was told the tpms senor was bad on one tire and there was corrosion around the wheel. I replaced it and had sealant put around the corrosion. I was informed that this was a frequent problem with these wheels and Chrysler is aware of it. I still have to continually put air in the tires every 7-10 days, and the "service tire system" message now never goes out.
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While checking tire pressure tpms broke - filed by jiffy lube.
Dangerous situation: while connecting from florida st rd 826 to st rd 836, the car sounded an alarm & displayed a tire warning on the panel. I then felt that one of the tires had quickly gone flat. Upon inspection, noticed that the stem for one of the tire pressure monitors had broken off. While changing the tire, an expressway assistance truck stopped by to help and logged a record of the motorist assist. Pictures will be provided upon request.
I purchased a Chrysler pacific 2 weeks ago and immediately found issues with it I took it back and asked for it to be fixed. They kept it for a day and nothing was done. I got to work oneday and it would not start. I took it somewhere else to be looked at and was told the front tires rods were bad, the stabilizer was bad and 3 tires bald. I cant get the dealer to take me out of the loan and give me my money back what can I do?.
Tire pressure sensors on Chrysler models are prone to valve core corrosion. This condition can result in valve core failure and subsequent, rapid release of tire air pressure. The valve core separates leaving the threaded portion of the core inside the valve stem. This condition has presented twice during attempts to inflate tires to proper pressure and once while driving. The latter incident resulted in the destruction of the tire. This issue is common in Chrysler vehicles according to multiple tire repair facilities that I have made inquiries with.
I own a 2004 Chrysler Pacifica awd. I have had my car serviced 3-4 times for a "check tire system light". Each time, the Chrysler mechanic has been unable to resolve the issue. Im given a we could not figure it out or the alert did not come on why in their shop. This has been an ongoing issue since September 2007.
Tire pressure sensor worked when I got a flat tire. When tire was replaced, mechanic said the sensor needed to be replaced. Today I had the dealership replace the sensor on the tire that originally went flat, service writer called to say all 4 sensors needed to be replaced as none are responding!.
No summary. Sudden loss of air in two tires causing car to go out of control, striking a mail box and a tree. This car was only a week old and had less than 400 miles on it.