What an awesome place. I am Nick from Los Angeles and I own a 2016 Dodge Journey Crossroad V6 FWD. I bought this car on an impulse 2 days back and I hope you guys will back me up on my decision and not let buyers remorse set in.
I actually went to the dealer to buy a new Jeep Compass Sport. Didn't like the drive. Then I drove the Jeep Cherokee Limited and then saw this sexy car looking back at me giving me a big "Hey". Naturally I had to oblige. The sales guy not only opened the car but started it from the remote and when I sat inside, she had me at "Hello"! She is fully loaded to the hilt with every possible feature and add on pre-installed from the factory. The only omission is the Entertainment system for the back. She is grey/black and I LOVE IT! Moves like a gazelle. Now my other car is a Prius so you see the excitement? LOL!
So please back me up in my decision and never let any doubt set in and praise my Journey and tell me what a "wise" decision I have made!
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Thats actually why I like taking them off. Keep people guessing. Car people usually know what a car is by looking at the car. I personally feel that the rear had to many letters and it takes away from the rear lines of the car. To each their own. Ive done the same to all my cars.
I found the wires. Spent about 5 minutes with a line toner to hunt down where they go.
They just don't go to the back of the car. The Journey's Radio harness is prewired for the camera. Unfortunately the body harness is NOT. The wires that are already in the plug on the back of the radio go down to the big white connector in the drivers side kick panel by the hood release. Unfortunately, they don't go any farther than that. The body side of that connector does not have wires in the pins. I'm not sure why Dodge didn't make the kit to tap into the wiring in the kick panel, since that is where it would in the factory.
on my 2011 main street journey i had removed all the badges and the wife was telling me how does anyone know what we are driving and i just laughed later on we were on a trip and i was filling up with gas and a guy comes over and said man i really like your vehicle but who makes it, i had to laugh over that one..... as usual the wife ended up being right...
I think the rear looks good without them! I wouldn't remove the one up front though... In my opinion the little bit of red in the grill makes it look more sporty (or as sporty as a 3 row SUV could look)!
I think the powertrain control module stopped sending signal to the alternator to produce a charge. You need to reset your PCM. To reset the PCM, turn the ignition to ON position, wait for the charging system light to go off, then turn the ignition off. Repeat this two more times, then start the engine. The alternator should put out about 14.3 volts.