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Potlicquor

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Potlicquor last won the day on July 6 2016

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About Potlicquor

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    U.S. Southern Atlantic
  • Journey's Year
    2015
  1. Driver’s Seat

    ... thank you, I will install a screw in that approximate location.
  2. Driver’s Seat

    ... I understand, my wife does virtually all of the driving of this Journey and she is handicapped (wears brace on leg as well) and can’t just get in and out without putting weight/pressure/stress on that top plastic retaining tab. I would be so grateful to you if you could post a couple of pictures of your repair method (black small screw and location) as I am at a loss for ‘where’ exactly it would be installed and I will go ahead and install one now to avert another breakage... which would save time and money too, thanks.
  3. Driver’s Seat

    ... I’m sure you are correct in that it will break again... but, I don’t have the loose change to stock up, however I do keep an eye out for a reduced price on one but that hasn’t happened as yet. When it does break @ the top plastic mounting tab the plastic is sharp edged and will rip the seat material if not attended to by either cutting away the sharp edges and/or replace the part. Dealership service dept. said it is a very common issue, not with all owners, but with many.
  4. Driver’s Seat

    ... Update: (quite late) but here is a picture of the actual driver’s seat plastic cover part that needed replacing (second time, but not in-warranty this time) so I bought one and replaced it my self in order to save the $100 + labor, taxes, shop fees and whatall ever else. The part cost about $50.00 and about 30 minutes to change out. Also, attached photo of part number in case some on here needs it, thanks to all who assisted on here with this. Please note this part is for the driver’s seat that has auto adjust and lumbar).
  5. Driver’s Seat

    ... thank you, that helped me locate the right part and number without having to drive many miles to a dealer.
  6. Driver’s Seat

    ... yes, they apparently do and have, virtually, since inception and as such I thought there would be many on here who experienced this issue and would be able to assist with a part number. I will give in and contact the dealership for help.
  7. Driver’s Seat

    ... wish I had thought of that instead of trying to take a short cut on this forum.
  8. Driver’s Seat

    ... if yours broke you would know, thanks for reading my post though.
  9. Driver’s Seat

    ... ‘Hi all’, need help: my 2015 D J Crossroad driver’s seat plastic trim/shield panel/cover (where the driver seat power adjustment knobs are) has broken where that decades old factory design flaw metal tab is (I know it is supposed to hold the top part secure but it also breaks the plastic there) does anyone on here have the replacement part number and instruction or video of how to remove it so I can order a replacement and install it, thanks.
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  11. Seems a good ride...

    ... twin turbo charged 4 cylinder with nitros boost upon floor boarding or towing something just might be enough power to satisfy nay sayer auto-blog article writers/reviewers... but same would have no effect on those who dislike anything Chrysler or Dodge as they are just trying to steer readers towards other car manufacturer' models (the ones they like and secretly are promoting)!
  12. Dreaded P0300

    ... best of luck with the repair, is your engine the 4 or 6 cylinder?
  13. Parts only available from Mopar?

    ... if I'm reading this right you must have an independent vehicle mechanic and not associated with a nearby Dodge dealership, anyway my point is can your mechanic get the part from a nearby Dodge dealership who probably carries the part in stock there so you can drive your DJ sooner?
  14. ... yes as dhh3 stated refer to your owner's manual first and if confident in your ability with such things, see if you can determine where the fuse is for it and once located if it is blown/burnt. Most of the time a blown fuse when replaced (with the correct replacement) works good again... but, if the fuse blows again that's a good indication that there is a problem somewhere that needs a qualified mechanic's attention ref: possible electrical issue/short/etc.
  15. Seems a good ride...

    ... seems as though the majority of bad news about the DJ revolves around the 2009/10 models and all of the 4 cylinder models being under powered. The V6 is quick and powerful but the news auto-blog articles zero in on the 4 cylinder and push the V6 aside after a short comment on them. I have no experience with the 4 cylinder model so I can't comment as to if there is an actual power issue or not. Dodge should pay heed though and determine if 'the 4 needs more' ?
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