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Bob Stratton

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About Bob Stratton

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    Canada British Columbia
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    2010
  1. Where is OBD II plug

    Got it. Exactly where you said. Thanks, guys.
  2. Where is OBD II plug

    Thanks. I will
  3. Where is OBD II plug

    Thanks. That'll narrow it down. I'll get a mirror and see if I can spot it that way (with your help).
  4. I have a 2010 Dodge Journey SXT. I also have just had a hip replacement which makes it difficult to get down low enough to peer up under the dash. I also have a Garmin GPS that has a Bluetooth ECO-Route accessory that needs to be plugged into the OBD II plug (presumably) under the dash. So, question is: a) Is it indeed under the dash where other vehicles I've owned placed it and if yes b) Where is it? A picture of it up under the dash would be a big help.
  5. Ordered a battery from Chrysler dealer. It'll be a week or two getting here (British Columbia interior) as it comes from Milwaukee and is $25.00 CAD
  6. Thanks for the help. As I said, I suspected this to be the case but didn't want to break the flashlight if indeed it couldn't be disassembled
  7. My apologies if this is the incorrect subject here but I can't see anywhere else it should go. My 2010 Journey includes a rechargeable flashlight in the rear. It appears, however, that its battery is dead and won't take/hold a charge. When I attempt to turn it on the bulb lights up for about 2 seconds and then goes out. On the assumption that the battery is indeed worn out, my question is "Can the battery be replaced?". There appears to be a small notch on one side where you could insert a small screw driver and separate the case. I haven't done this yet as I don't want to risk breaking it. At the very least, if I do nothing the flashlight occupies its intended location and doesn't look as though something's missing (as it would if I break it and can't put it back in its socket).
  8. Evic controls

    Thank. I'll try that.
  9. Evic controls

    Thanks, Fred. That's what I suspected. What I struggle with (given that I got this vehicle used and no contact with the original owner) is just what options it has. Some are pretty obscure. The manual constantly states "if equipped" but doesn't help a lot in determining "if" it is indeed equipped.
  10. Evic controls

    The cover page of the downloaded manual didn't get included in my previous reply.
  11. Evic controls

    Here's a scan of the DVD cover (remember, it was sealed i.e. unopened). Also the cover page of the downloaded manual and page 203 of said manual showing the buttons I mentioned above.
  12. I just got a (new to me) 2010 Dodge Journey SXT. I'm trying to learn about the EVIC that (I think) my vehicle has. I've read both the manual that I downloaded and the one on the DVD that was in a (still sealed) sleeve in the vehicle. Both those manuals differ from my vehicle. The manuals show two buttons, one on the left and one on the right of the steering wheel on the rear (rear being closest to the driver) surface of the steering wheel. Mine does not have those buttons but does have two buttons (again one on the left and one on the right) but on the front (front being closest to the dash) side of the steering wheel. See first two photos. I have been able to get the EVIC to cycle through the various displays using the left "stick" (see third photo) on the dash. So far I haven't seen any way to "customize" things as mentioned in the manual. Any ideas?
  13. Many thanks. I didn't have a clue what to even look for.
  14. I just got a 2010 (new to me) Journey SXT. I've read the manual (downloaded PDF) and searched it and searched these forums but can't find out what the three little buttons on the driver's side visor are for. I'm not even sure this is the correct forum section to ask this question. Thanks.
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