Chrysler Power Train Transfer Case (4-wheel Drive)


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Chrysler Town And Country 1999
Daimlerchrysler Corporation
Safety incident date:
July 25, 2002
Location:
Ridgefield, CT

transfer case blew out after a spare tire was installed. the vehicle was towed to the dealer, and consumer was informed that all wheel drive vehicles was not designed to be driven with a spare tire. please provide any further information. *mr *jb

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):1C4GT54L7XB. Original Owner. Vehicle was purchased on Nov 10, 1998. Vehicle was using anit-lock brakes.Vehicle was using Cruise Control.Vehicle had 6 cylinders. Chrysler TOWN AND COUNTRY 1999 Drive type:4WD. Fuel type: gas. Chrysler TOWN AND COUNTRY 1999 Power Train Transfer Case (4-wheel Drive) Transmission Type: AUTO. Vehicle Speed: 25 mph. Dealer's name: Pamby Motors . Dealer's city: Ridgefield . Dealer's state code: CT.

Chrysler Pacifica 2004
Daimlerchrysler Corporation
Safety incident date:
Mar 17, 2005
Location:
West Bury, NY

dt: the contact owns a 2004 chrysler pacifica. she purchased the car in march of 2005 . she had to go back to the dealer every weekend since purchasing the vehicle except for the month of june. the vehicle was making a clanking noise due to transfer case malfunctioning. transfer case was replaced previously in april, 2005, and needed to be replaced again. also, vehicle surged while driving. . she felt unsafe driving vehicle. the manufacturer said that the dealer has to take care of the vehicle and has to get a service representative to inspect the vehicle. the contact felt that until something was resolved with this vehicle there will be a fatality . the vehicle was taken to the dealer for 17 times for various problems.*ak

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):2C8GF68494R. Vehicle was purchased on Mar 17, 2005. Vehicle was using anit-lock brakes.Vehicle was using Cruise Control.Vehicle had 6 cylinders. Chrysler PACIFICA 2004 Drive type:AWD. Fuel System:Fuel injection. Fuel type: gas. Chrysler PACIFICA 2004 Power Train Transfer Case (4-wheel Drive) Transmission Type: AUTO. Dealer's name: Security Dodge . Dealer's city: Amityville . Dealer's state code: NY.

Chrysler Pacifica 2005
Daimlerchrysler Corporation
Safety incident date:
June 02, 2006
Location:
Hampstead, MD

during the first week of june, 2006 i noticed a few things that seemed to all begin at the same time. my pacifica would not start right away when i first attempted to start it after it had been sitting over night, it would hesitate when i took off from a stop if i had been on a downhill incline and the gas gauge would drop to empty as soon as the tank was down to five-eighths full. the problem went away as soon as i filled the tank, but the next week it happened again when the tank got down to five-eighths. i called the dealer to make an appointment to have it looked at and the earliest they could take it was june 21st. the problem got much worse by the time the 21st came around. every time i came to a stop the engine would stall. it would start back up if the car was put in drive, but if it was on a downhill incline it would not restart. i took the car to the dealer on june 21st and was told it needed a fuel pump. they called me later that day and said the part was back ordered, but they should have it in a day or two. well, today is july 19th and my car is still at the dealer waiting for a part. evidently the pacificas have a primary fuel pump and a jet pump. so many of the cars have had this problem (there are hundreds of complaints listed on edmunds.com forum) that evidently they can't keep up with the demand for these pumps. i filed a complaint with the chrysler customer assistance center on july 11th. i don't know if it has done any good, but they do call the dealer each time i call them while they have me on the phone. i am trying to be patient because i love this car, but this is getting ridiculous. it is also having a new power seat memory module installed because both power seats stopped working and it had a new transfer case installed because of a clicking/clunking noise in the front end during turns. *nm

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died.Mileage was 21000 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):2C8GF68495R. Original Owner. Vehicle was purchased on Nov 11, 2004. Vehicle was using anit-lock brakes.Vehicle was using Cruise Control.Vehicle had 6 cylinders. Chrysler PACIFICA 2005 Drive type:AWD. Fuel System:Fuel injection. Fuel type: gas. Chrysler PACIFICA 2005 Power Train Transfer Case (4-wheel Drive) Transmission Type: AUTO. Dealer's name: Wheeler Automotive Group . Dealer's telephone number: 410-876-2251 . Dealer's city: Westminster . Dealer's state code: MD. Dealer's zipcode: 21157 .

Chrysler Pacifica 2005
Daimlerchrysler Corporation
Safety incident date:
Sept 29, 2005
Location:
Brooklyn, NY

when i turn all the way to the left. i hear a clicking noise in the right side front end (transfer case problem). *jb

Mileage was 500 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):2C8GF68495R. Original Owner. Vehicle was purchased on Sept 20, 2005. Vehicle was using anit-lock brakes.Vehicle was using Cruise Control.Vehicle had 6 cylinders. Chrysler PACIFICA 2005 Drive type:AWD. Fuel System:Fuel injection. Fuel type: gas. Chrysler PACIFICA 2005 Power Train Transfer Case (4-wheel Drive) Transmission Type: AUTO.

Chrysler Pacifica 2005
Daimlerchrysler Corporation
Safety incident date:
Sept 19, 2007
Location:
S Hadley, MA

cluncking noise when backing up and turning. chrysler has issued a tsb to replace the transfer unit in the awd vehicles. a large number of customers have this issue, and after the warranty expires, the consumer has to pay for the expensive repair. *tr

Mileage was 40000 miles. Vehicle was purchased on Apr 25, 2007. Vehicle was using anit-lock brakes.Vehicle was using Cruise Control.Vehicle had 6 cylinders. Chrysler PACIFICA 2005 Drive type:AWD. Fuel System:Fuel injection. Fuel type: gas. Chrysler PACIFICA 2005 Power Train Transfer Case (4-wheel Drive) Transmission Type: AUTO.


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