Question about 2004 Chrysler Pacifica
My husband locked both sets of keys in the car. One is in cup holder, other in ignition. Any ideas how the heck to get a door unlocked?? Framed doors, no windows cracked, any ideas?
Do you have USAA insurance? I believe they have roadside assistance included in your policy which may include unlocking the door. Try calling your insurance carrier either way and find out if a locksmith is covered. On these newer vehicles I'm not sure if the old school slim jim works to unlock them.
Posted on Nov 23, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if your garage motor have rolling codes you need to put your car inside garage near the motor leave ignition on go to the motor locate learn button press it then quickly go to the car and press and hold one of the buttons for approximately 30 sec or until it start blinking rapidly, if you have a regular motor take one hand held opener go inside car ignition on same time press open button on handheld remote and on the car button 30 sec and it should be programmed.
Posted on May 18, 2009
Is this the original battery? Have u had it tested? The no crank, clicking noise is classic dead battery symptoms, lights can still work, but not enough power to turn engine over. If it's the original battery, it's at the end of it's life cycle, and should be replaced. U can get the battery tested for free at any parts store.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
SOURCE: Back door wont unlock
I have a 1999 Chrysler T&C 3.8 liter like yours and it sounds
like you are having the same the same problem I had.
Every time you hit the door unlock or lock button, it made a loud
buzz like you just missed a question on a game show. ;-)
It turned out the problem was the rear lift gate lock actuator. The part costs
about $40 from the dealer if I can recall correctly.
The repair involves: 1st removing the middle and rear seats to get
access from the inside to the rear gate
(obviously you will have to remove the seats from the side doors
since the rear gate won't open yet)
Remove the plastic inside rear gate panel and molding (phillips screws)
Once you remove the panel, you may see a way to manually
open the rear gate. As I recall, I think there was a access opening
covered from the inside with a black weather/insulation tape.
Carefully removing this out of the way gave access to a way to
manually open the gate, making the rest of the work easy.
Remove the electrical connector and the mounting bolts
to remove from the actuator. It is attached to the inside
rear gate with 2 or 3 bolts (10 mm?)
Remove the old one and replace the part, then put it all back
together, make sure you reconnect the electrical connector
Takes about an hour for the whole job (max)
Hope this helps,
Posted on May 08, 2009
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