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06-06-2019 08:34 AM
Longtimemopar I have had no problems with the performance of my van, but I had the V53 recall (clean ground area) done, oil change & tire rotation at Atlantic Chrysler in St. Augustine. In and out in an hour.
12-28-2018 07:27 PM
kidcharlemange Installed my WeatherTech mats. Great coverage, and I really like the one piece design for the second and third row. Yes, they get in the way of stow and go a little bit, but I'll take that for the coverage especially in the winter. Stow and go is still plenty doable; just not as easy as before (no mats).
10-08-2018 10:26 PM
KiddyKatPerson Tuesday the 12v to 5v adapter will arrive for the AUKEY dash camera that came today. Will install it and wait a few days for the Weathertech front mats to arrive.
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KKP
09-14-2018 10:02 AM
Longtimemopar Yesterday I had the oil & filter changed (haven't added oil since the last oil change 5,800 miles. The oil monitor didn't say it was time to change, I didn't want to wait any longer). Passenger side sliding door was lubed (it was a little noisy). Tires rotated. 17 point inspection. Recall U50 (manual park release) and Recall U64 (Reprogram powertrain control module) were done. Atlantic Dodge-Chrysler-Jeep did the work (not my closest dealership) in about an hour.
09-09-2018 08:35 PM
Longtimemopar Had a week long trip. Notes:
I can't really say I notice much of any difference driving with only me or or six adults in the van. Driving 75 to 80 mph on the trip home: right now dash reading is 30.1 mpg (gallons into miles would probably be 27+mpg). Really easy to pass someone going 60+mph and barely pushing the pedal, look down at the mph and see 85. ESS worked flawlessly. On the trip home ran into a bunch of love bugs ,(they will remove paint if not cleaned off), so as soon as I got home I washed the van. Noticed a small area on the right front edge of the hood has a little corrosion showing. Hadn't noticed that before. I thought I needed to add oil when filling with fuel, but it had only sat a few minutes before checking(approximately 5000 miles since oil change). Checked again after sitting approximately 10 minutes and the oil level was right in the middle. After 6 months, the passenger side door is a little noisy again (it was lubed right after I got it).
Overall opinion: while the van is not perfect, it does seem to be smooth operating van that I have done very little to other than adding fuel and washing at the car wash occasionally.
05-18-2018 08:48 PM
PacificaMinivanFan
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I keep seeing tint related posts around forum here but could not understand what is this new kind of tint that is not dark but at the same time allows you to reduce temperature inside car. Can someone please share more info on this. As per NY State law tint of car anything more than what came from factory (in terms of darkness) is illegal and will not allow your car to pass inspection. So I think I'd like to go the route of clear tint that helps with keeping car inside cool.

It is difficult to find a light tint that blocks 99% UV rays AND rejects a high percentage of solar energy, but I just had the front windows of our Touring L+ tinted today with LLumar AIR 80. From the brochure, it allows 78% visible light transmittance, blocks 43% of solar energy, reflects 9% visible light and still provides 99% UV protection. Wife and I are getting up there in years and find it difficult to use the outside rearview mirror when backing up at night in my SUV that has darker tint (must buzz down driver side window). While most folks are interested in the cool looking darker tint, we mainly wanted the UV protection to save our skin and the leather interior. LLumar makes an even lighter version called "LLumar AIR 90" (allows 86% visible light tansmittance, but rejects only 28% of solar energy). Both products, perhaps more the AIR 90, are often used on top of factory tint for added resistance against solar energy.


FWIW, our previous '10 Town & Country was tinted with a similar light product and the leather interior looked almost new when I sold it to the first person to see it back on May 5. I'm a big believer in tint for UV protection.
04-07-2018 06:20 PM
lightrules Waking this thread up. I already did my HID/LED lights, my tints, etc. So I guess I'll just share what I did yesterday: I went to the Home Depot and got 5 bags of red natural mulch for the wife and the garden.

Man I love driving this thing around town...

03-15-2018 09:23 PM
TomCross Had dealer do the Recall for the engine stall U01.
Did ave a problem before. Hope I do not now.

Dealer ordered a New locking device for right side door.
Door would not open all the time without help.
06-22-2017 08:46 PM
Kicker I drove it home for the first time.................
06-15-2017 12:47 PM
Damoncaravanman I use to part own a tint shop back in the 90s and we only had the dyed tint material. I took my Pacifica to a lady that owns a shop that does wrap as I was having all of that chrome wrapped in black and she said she also did tint. I had the dealer add tint to just the front two windows as I was going to add another 35% on top and 5% on rear, she said it was cheap tint and she would redo and quoted me on adding tint on rear over the factory laminated glass. So I said ok, I want 20% in front and 5% on rear. I came the next day to get my van and as soon as I saw it I was pissed as the front were not dark enough to be 20% (35% is the legal limit) and she said it was 20% and said that it is ceramic tint and it is easier to see through, but still blocks the UV and all that other sun damaging stuff. Sure enough, I took my tint meter out and it was 19% light omittance! I still wish it were darker so I can't be seen screaming at idiots on the road, but it is easier to see out of at night and actually keeps the van cool.

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http://thespokaneshop.com/spokane-wi...ndow-tint-film

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