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  1. 2 points
    Dusty256

    ABS/ESC lights

    today's cars are very sensitive to battery voltage . low voltage can cause all kind of things to happen .
  2. 2 points
    Steve_T

    Aggressive

    ^I'm contemplating getting rid of my 19's and just going with a 17 with a similar tire, to avoid buying winter specific tires.
  3. 1 point
    Cody Chornobey Powley

    Aggressive

    I get about 13.2l per 100km in town and about 7-8l per 100km on highway. If I were to go smaller rim ID get a fuel mavericks with a little offset
  4. 1 point
    dhh3

    Custom rear diffuser

    Do you know where your DJ was made? Man, I love the red! It seem to be a redder red than I have seen on the forum. What are you using for the shine? It is awesome!
  5. 1 point
    mavericks

    Custom rear diffuser

    Fantastic work.. Looks great..
  6. 1 point
    dhh3

    Aggressive

    Close up of my tires:
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    dhh3

    Passenger overhead light

    I agree. Try changing the bulb. Swap your bulbs from side to side, and see if a different bulb solves the problem.
  8. 1 point
    jkeaton

    Passenger overhead light

    Are your overhead lights LED? Have you tried removing the bulb and re-seating it? Looks like a loose connection. Or if a standard bulb, the filament could be loose causing that flicker.
  9. 1 point
    R4V3N

    Custom rear diffuser

    Yes I concur! The paint does make a huge difference. Thanks.
  10. 1 point
    R4V3N

    Custom rear diffuser

    Not much choices where I live. Am currently using Remus exhaust with the stock resonator. Slightly bassy on idle/low rev and it slowly diminishes at higher rpm?! Dunno how to explain it but it seems like the K&N Apollo sound louder inside the cabin at high RPM than the exhaust. It drones a bit at 2500 rpm so will install some sound deadening at the rear end. How was your magnaflow setup? Did you manage to get rid of the drone sound? Do you know if there is a universal valve exhaust system out there that can be applied to DJs? For the diffuser, you don't really need to buy another set. The bodyshop will make a replica of your existing one and work from there. Just make sure to ask the shop not to ruin the original diff so that you can reuse it. @Sean: It costs me less than USD 200 in total for the custom diff and to paint the other lower panels.
  11. 1 point
    Medabum

    Passenger overhead light

    Thanks guys. I get the same driveway groan every morning. Any thoughts on the overhead light? I'll let you know how it goes tomorrow.
  12. 1 point
    Dusty256

    2.4 stumble and hesitation

    plus the 2.4 has got to be the easiest plug change on any engine I have ever had . they are right there on top . pull four coil packs with boots and take em out ..
  13. 1 point
    jkeaton

    2011 Dodge Journey Battery Issue

    Bad connection somewhere.
  14. 1 point
    Steve_T

    Aggressive

    I came into the Journey, from a 4 door 2011 Jeep Jk, 33 inch tires and a leveling lift. I could get 15l/100km hwy, and averaged around 19l/100km around town. If you're willing to go down to a 17" rim on the Journey, which you'll have to if you want aggressive tires, there are a few options. Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015 $160cdn/tire, and winter rated. http://www.quattrotires.com/tires/geolandar-at-g015/168713/
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    I have the same intermittant code usually below 1/2 tank. fill it up and code goes away. replaced fuel cap did good until last week now code seems to be intermittant and comes on whenever. looked at replacing esim canister and sensor seems to be a pain , but may do anyway as reprogramming the pcm will be at least 1 hour at 100 dollars an hour labor RJ
  18. 1 point
    Cody Chornobey Powley

    Aggressive

    Mpgs in a jee with big tires is terrible tho. Not looking for a lift but certainly somewhat aggressive tires, I go on dirt roads often and these stock rubbers suck
  19. 1 point
    Cody Chornobey Powley

    Custom rear diffuser

    I'm buying a spare diffuser soon and going to do my own. Should cost me less than 150 to buy a used diffuser bondo and paint got some tricks up my sleeve for this one.
  20. 1 point
    Geo_Journey_2014

    Big Three Wiring Upgrade

    The factory 4.3 system will not handle anything but the stock speakers. (maybe some very high sensitivity 6x9's - and I mean maybe) and yes I would have to asume it is the "Uconnect" The resistors are to be connected in place of the factory speakers when using a l.o.c. ( line out converter). And no there are no outputs behind the dash - it is not even worth attempting to open up that dash. If you are not amplifying the door speakers and wish to only add subs, you will need a loc and an amp to drive them. You can get an amp that has speaker level inputs, but I highly recommend a loc. If i were you I would do A LOT of research on car audio systems. before buying anything. Installing aftermarket audio in these cars can be much more difficult than say cars from the 90's or older. I would start by reading up at http://www.bcae1.com/ a lot of good info. I have been messing with car audio as a hobby for 20 years and it was a challenge for me to design and build this system for the Journey. I did it right though, I did not cut one single factory wire and I would recommend that others do the same, you never really know which wire is a power lead and wich is a can-bus line, and you don't want to find out by cutting them. If you don't know what can bus is look it up. Remember A good aftermarket system can be done in these cars but it takes a lot of time, thinking, planning and research. oh yeah money helps too. I spent over $1200 doing my system as I described in the previous posts. As an update... It has been over a year since my install and everything still works PERFECT I have never blown a fuse, never ran my battery dead, or never overheated my amp, and it still sounds FANTASTIC! very loud, clean and good but not overwhelming bass. Also, I bought my Journey brand new almost two years ago and it has been a great car, no problems with it what so ever.
  21. 1 point
    I topped off the journey at BP today and the engine light turned off. I don't know if it is because I filled it all the way up( she never tops it off).
  22. 1 point
    P0452 Dodge P0452 Dodge - EVAP Pressure Switch Stuck Closed Possible causes - Faulty Evaporative Emission System (EVAP) Pressure sensor - EVAP purge hose/tube obstruction - Evaporative Emission System (EVAP) Pressure sensor harness is open or shorted - Evaporative Emission System (EVAP) Pressure sensor circuit poor electrical connection What does this mean? Tech notes There is a factory service bulletin for the following Dodge models: 2009 Dodge Journey 2007-2009 Dodge Sebring 2007-2009 Dodge Avenger 2007-2009 Dodge Sebring Convertible 2008 Dodge Town & Country 2008 Dodge Voyager 2008 Dodge Caravan The factory service bulletin recommends reprogramming the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) to repair the problem. What does this mean? When is the code detected? An excessively low voltage from the sensor is sent to Engine Control Module (ECM). Possible symptoms - Engine Light ON (or Service Engine Soon Warning Light) P0452 Dodge Description The Evaporative Emission System (EVAP) control system pressure sensor detects pressure in the purge line. The sensor output voltage to the Engine Control Module (ECM) increases as pressure increases. The EVAP control system pressure sensor is not used to control the engine system. It is used only for on board diagnosis. DODGE Technical Service Bulletin for Code P0452 What is this Bulletin Number: SB-1800309 REVC Bulletin Date: 2009-06-11 Component: 100000 Power Train Summary Chrysler/jeep/dodge: flash-driveability improvements or mil illumination diagnostic trouble code p0452-evap pressure switch stuck closed. includes my09 town&country; voyager and caravan. *pe
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