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  1. Your dealer will be able to tell you.
  2. This section is reserved for Q & A on how to use this forum. For information pertaining to the Dodge Journey, please post in the appropriate section.
  3. Cruise control

    What "tab"? Glad you got it fixed.
  4. Daytime Running Lights Brighter?

    Yep. Adding LED's will make them full bright all the time as the turn on voltage for LED's is much lower than incandescent. But I also agree that it is not recommended. What makes you think they are not bright enough for their purpose?
  5. Loud boom underneath

    This section is reserved for Q & A on how to use this forum. For information pertaining to the Dodge Journey, please post in the appropriate section
  6. 2nd row right side seats stuck

    Sorry to hear. Report back the solution once you figure it out.
  7. check engine light

    Here’s information on how to address that code. Pretty much all of them involve specialized equipment so if you can afford to take it to a shop, you’ll have to live with it unless you can do this stuff yourself. https://www.obd-codes.com/p0496
  8. Head Gasket Repair.

    As long as it’s in the safe zone you’re fine.
  9. check engine light

    So what do you want from us? What is the exact code? If there is a part that needs to be replaced, you will have to buy it.....which costs money....if you can't afford to buy the part, there is nothing else to do, we can't fix it for you. Put a piece of black tape over the light so you dont have to look at it....
  10. Go to a hardware store and look for some plastic plugs that fit the hole.
  11. check engine light

    You already have a thread going on this. No need to start another.
  12. Check Engine Issue

    Get the code read instead of guessing what it might be.
  13. check engine light

    Yes, pretty simple. Fix the problem and clear the code with a code reader.
  14. Nasty noise on start up.

    Who told you that?
  15. Glad you got it running again. And you learned something too, we hope. Pay it forward.
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