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Spektyr last won the day on July 7 2017

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  1. Just an update on my situation: The new module is still working although my Android 7 phone sometimes refuses to connect to it. I usually have to power down the Journey, reboot the phone and and restart to get it to connect. At least it doesn't give me this issue all the time and I don't have to go through the nightmare of replacing the module again . . . . yet.
  2. For anyone who runs into this topic, I just installed a Trico Exact Fit 14-A on my 2013 Journey and it works perfectly. It's a double rocker and achieves full coverage on both swings. It's the best one I've found to date.
  3. Sorry everyone. I haven't checked this thread in quite a while. I have tried both the steering wheel button and the button on the Uconnect screen. They both seem to act the same way. The call connects and then is immediately transferred back to the phone. I have to hit the transfer button twice to transfer the call back to the Uconnect system and then I can work hands free. I'm still not sure if it is the phone doing it or the Uconnect. I do remember that when I was using an iPhone I didn't have this problem. Since I don't get calls very often while driving I don't consider this a major problem, but it would be good to know if there is a fix for this issue.
  4. Odd Diagnostic Trouble Code

    Good point. I have to bring it in for a steering column harness recall so I'll question them about the code when I do. That stuff about the cam shaft timing makes no sense at all. That would be a P (Powertrain) code, not a C (Chassis) code, and like I said before the MIL is not on and the engine seems to be running just fine.
  5. Odd Diagnostic Trouble Code

    Imoore1436: I checked that recall notice and my vehicle is not on the list. Thanks anyway.
  6. Odd Diagnostic Trouble Code

    The MIL is not on and there is no apparent problem with the engine. I'm just trying to figure out what is setting the code. I have found a site that says it refers to camshaft timing. The engine runs smoothly and doesn't seem to have any problems. I recently changed the spark plugs and air filter. I'll have to keep an eye on it. Thanks for the answers, guys.
  7. Vehicle Info: 2013 Dodge Journey SE 2.4L 4 Cylinder, 4 Speed I recently purchased a BlueDriver Bluetooth Scan Tool, great unit by the way, and it shows an odd DTC that I can find no info on and keeps resetting after I clear it. It shows up under Occupant Restraint Controller, which my research shows is the SRS module, and the code is C3800. BlueDriver does not have a definition for this code and I am unable to find any info about it on the Web. Has anyone else run into this code and, if so, have you found any info on it? All responses will be most appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  8. Recently I started having a weird problem with a Uconnect 4.3/RHA system, specifically with hands free calling. Making outgoing calls works fine but when answering incoming calls I am often unable to hear the caller through the system. While investigating the problem today I found out that using the Phone button on the steering wheel to answer the incoming calls often causes the system to transfer the call back to the mobile device. I'm using an Android 7 phone and I'm unable to tell if it is the phone itself or the Uconnect system that is causing the problem. Has anyone else experienced this type of problem and do you have any advice on correcting it? Thanks in advance.
  9. The new module I installed crashed today and needed a power reset. I have a bad feeling it might be failing the same way the other one did. I'll keep you all informed about it.
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  11. AT LAST!!! The Michelin 9512 12" Rear (double rocker) blade seems to work well. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00COE3Z8E/ref=twister_B00G66UUJS?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 Just use the "A" adapter. It fits perfectly and wipes with the entire length. It looks like it misses just a little on the forward swing but then gets all of it on the return. I just knew a double rocker blade would be able to handle the window curvature better. This proves me right. Now that I've had a close look at things I'll bet I could get away with using the Michelin 9514 14". Maybe I'll give it a try the next time I need to change that blade.
  12. Well that was completely useless. USPS outdid itself for slow shipping - four days from Miami to Opa Locka, which is only about 13 miles, then 24 hours sitting there, making a complete waste of five days. Seven days total to ship from Miami to Atlanta. Absolutely pathetic! Then I find out that the product photo was misleading and the blade I received was the same ineffective junk as the others. Maybe it will work better when Summer comes around again. Cold makes rubber stiff and that may be part of the problem. The other part is a basic design flaw in the blade frame. It isn't made to handle the curvature of this window very well.
  13. I'm going to try the Bosch H307 double rocker blade. It's just $10.02 at Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Bosch-H307-3397011429-Equipment-Replacement/dp/B00ES5Q610/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8 I'll post an update when I install it. I hope it works better than these single rocker blades.
  14. I'm looking at a Michelin blade that has a rocker at each end. I'm thinking it may work better. Bosch makes one too.
  15. I just put a brand new MOPAR wiper arm on it and it still does the same thing. I'm beginning to question whether that wiper ever worked right from day one being I never really paid attention to it and I haven't driven in the rain very often. On closer inspection I see that the blade frame doesn't allow the edge to bend enough to match the curvature of the window. It appears they are set up for a flatter window. I wish I hadn't thrown the old blade out so I could make a comparison.