Not that I should be saying this to you your going through enough already and you have my sympathies but all this head gasket talk is really making me want to sell mine and be done with it and maybe these threads to on this topic, it's enough to depress you to the point everytime I start my car now I worry about someI don’t understand how this is not a bigger concern for Chrysler. Going through these posts you see so many blown head gasket posts, but no recalls or solutions to prevent this from happening. We bought our Pacifica three years ago and it was the newest and most expensive vehicle are growing family. I never purchased it was to be my wife’s daily driver with our 4 kids. Now we’re questioning why we even bought it in the first place. Within one week her transmission started shifting extremely hard. We saw that that was a continued issue for the Pacifica’s. Then her car starts idling really hard the uconnect screen starts flickering and the check engine light comes on for a cylinder five misfire she gets the school to drop the kids off when she goes to leave now the car won’t start because the starter went out. I just don’t understand how there’s no permanent solution for a problem that doesn’t seem like it’s isolated.
f k g head gasket situation when I shouldn't be thinking about this at all .. I'm wondering what the real percentage is of these failures like 1 in 2-3000?? I'm really liking the Carnival I'll think I'll get that soon as much as I love the Pacifica, this is rediculous!!