2006 Chrysler Pacifica Fuel Filters
- Victor Reinz® - Valve Cover GasketChrysler Pacifica 2006, Valve Cover Gasket by Victor Reinz®, Use 1 per Car. OEM Standard. Material: Victo-Tech. Not Included: Spark Plug Tube Seals, Camshaft Plug, Valve Cover Grommets. When you’re low on oil, coolant or some other fluid, you...Our price: $9.73 - $20.15$9.73 20% OFF
- Victor Reinz® - Valve Stem Oil SealChrysler Pacifica 2006, Valve Stem Oil Seal by Victor Reinz®. When you’re low on oil, coolant or some other fluid, you may be tempted to just run down to the local auto parts chain store. But before you waste your time and gas only to find high...Our price: $1.77 - $2.88$1.77 20% OFF
- Mopar® - Idle Control ValveChrysler Pacifica 2006, Idle Control Valve by Mopar®. Is your vehicle hard to start? Does its stumble and stall, and idle rough? Are you making more frequent visits to the pump? Your fuel system may need repair, but before you waste your time and...Our price: $73.39$73.39 20% OFF
Posted by Lia M.
"Uhmm, it was very easy to install, but to be honest I didn't notice difference in performance or fuel efficiency. And people made reviews about how it makes a cool sound but no sound on mine. I guess it works for some cars and not as much for others. It's all good though I'm still happy with my purchase. "
Posted by David H.
"It's an exact fit for you vehicle. The extra MPG you might see about 1-2. Nice-looking, complete instructions with pictures and stickers. Also includes two gaskets for old worn ones."
Posted by Matthew O.
"Easy to install, extender brackets were the right size, and good quality construction."
Posted by Joseph B.
"Really works! +16 lbs-ft. 2 mpg improvement (4 is claimed). What a surprise! The best mod I have ever spent money on Ever! My truck has 265/75/16 tires. It is severely over geared, which caused sluggish acceleration and poor gas mileage. The transmission would drop a gear at the wiff of a hill as it was struggling with the taller tires. It has a K&N filter and a Gibson catback exhaust to compensate, and it does at about 2500 to 4000 rpm the thing rips. This piece added the low end torque I needed at partial to mid throttle. I used to turn off the O/D in town. Not any more! Went from 14.5 to 16.5 mpg hwy as well. Which is not what they claimed but I Am Not Complaining. Torque gains are probably spot on at +16 lbs-ft it's huge, no joke."
Posted by Robert M.
"Looks great and fairly easy to install. Great DIY project and will make your car have sort of a whistle which sounds cool."