2008 Chrysler Pacifica Q&A
2008 Chrysler Pacifica Question: Rear End
sounds like a tire issue or a hub bearing..most of the tires i see are the 3rd tier tires that all these major tire stores sell...good price but not worth a poo as far service life comfort or noise is concerned.........you may just need to invest in a set of decent tires and keep them rotated..rotation is the key to tire life and not replacing them before you should have too....get a decent set of tires buy the road hazzard and keep up on it...,most road hazzard warrantys cover you rotations so take advantage of it - carxman
I had a Chrysler 300c early model with rear clunk...had to rebuild rear end....NOW I HAVE A 2004 Chrysler Pacifica AWD with 77k miles...with a front clunk...is this the m...
...put the car in reverse (only reverse) and start backing I hear a whaling/welping noise at the rear end. I checked the brakes and they're ok. It shifts smoothly in/out reverse, I hear the noise only...
Given that the time estimate to replace a condenser is 3.5 hours, how hard would this really be for a competent shade tree mechanic?
No local part stores have the repair manual for my vehical, just wondering if you had step by step directions on how to change the outer tie rods?
The tie rods and tires were replaced before purchasing this vehicle a month ago, would this have any relevence to the sound going over bumps?