I had the Journey into the dealership this week and they fixed the creaking suspension (yay!) and hopefully that TSB for the head lights fixes that flicker (so far so good).
In regards to the heat on the passenger side it's still happening. They replaced the HVAC Head Unit according the work order which is the component that has the HVAC knobs and buttons but yesterday once the car warmed up during a bad storm the passenger side was blowing cold air again. I had to set the passenger side 6C warmer (at least) than the drivers side to get warm air. The air was so cold the windows were fogging up on the passenger side.
I will be making another appt and will report back.
Jkeaton, I'll do that now.
JWheat411, That's a pretty cool one. I am very happy to see these units are not super expensive. I'm not sure on this one, even though it's really feature-rich.
I would like the suction cup version better... you know, in case of an accident that wasn't necessarily their fault- when the emergency game of 'hide the dash cam under the passenger seat' needs to take place....
This is the one I have. I love it.
Pruveeo F5 Dash Cam with WiFi, Discreet Design Dash Camera for Cars, Car Driving Recorder DVR https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KZWMGFY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_DegTAbSMDGFB8
Great reviews and I have no complaints.
It's been a while.
After getting run off the road, thankfully resulting in nothing more that a few heart felt emails to the truck's parent company... it has come time to install a dash camera!
Which ones do you have? Are you satisfied? What are the highlights and features of your respective cameras? Costs and links to Amazon? Considerations for during my install?
Keep in mind, I'm in Michigan. The land of 'no fault' insurance. Dash cams here are not popular. For the most part, I've noticed very few people drive aggressive here... I guess the no fault keeps people more or less defensive at all times... As you're S. O. L. even if the other guy was at fault...
I'm used to the mobius in my RC airplanes... But don't want to go that route because of the DIY aspects with powering it from a 12v supply.
I want on that tucks up being the passenger side of the mirror, and has things like 1 hr loop, g sensor, ect. and perhaps other neat features.
Looking forward to your suggestions or links to other threads!
Thanks for that link I looked all over and couldn't find it. And believe me I did call my local yards none have any journeys. As for the wiring Im an electrician and do wiring for firetrucks. That's why I'm not to concerned about not getting the harness as I can build one at work for it lol.
Good luck. I'd recommend using the actual wiring harness. If you can't find one, I'd strongly recommend getting the wire gauge information from someone who does have it. Electricity is not something to play with if you aren't well aware of what you're doing. As for the correct wiring harness, you could always search for one at a junk yard.
The factory kit comes with two wiring harnesses - one for the lights, and the other to run from the lights to the BCM.
Hello, I'm new here and this is the first journey I've owned so I'm learning they are not pre-wired like other dodge vehicles. With that said I bought a set of used fog lights and the switch for it. Thinking it would be like my ram and challenger that were pre wired it was just plug in and have the dealer enable the sales code. I called my local dlr and they said they can't get the fog light Harness without buying the kit. I was wondering if anyone would happen to have the installation instructions and I will wire them myself into the factory harness. I just need to know witch connector they plug into. Thanks