I put pictures with additional clamps
Well on a positive note 60 a month are being sold by Chrysler and there are millions of Pacificas on the road that's still an extremely low percentage affected that you wouldn't have to worry aboutI had the radiator replaced on my 2017 Pacifica Touring L at 21,000 miles after a very small coolant leak was found. The coolant level would take months to get to a lower level in the tank. Now a year and a half later it is happening again. Bought more 50/50 mopar coolant at a dealer and asked him if the radiator was a common part to replace. The parts person looked it up on his computer and said about 60 a month were sold by Chrysler. Guess it time time to take it in and use my Mopar Lifetime warranty as the mileage is now at 43,000 miles.
Yes I will definitely keep an eye on that area I can see where you put the radiator clamps on glad it helped... Did you visibly see coolant leaks coming from those areas or you just did that as a precaution and it worked?Exactly, where it connects to the aluminum tube. I added extra zip ties and it's almost gone now.
From the bottom of the engine, there were leaks of coolant on the electric cubes. Unfortunately, I didn't take a picture then.
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I would say that someone has been in there. There is a factory spring clamp on the right, then an old rusty worm clamp on the left that was not there from the factory.I don't think it had anything to do with this leak.