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jkeaton

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  1. Dodge Journey

    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.
  2. Hi I would like to get some help on my  Dodge Journey it will start but it will drain the battery in Hours I tried new alternator new starter and new battery and nothing works it only start if I jumped the battery and then the motor will die running,,when it dies it only Makes a noise in the starter but all lights goes off an then back on I already tested electricity fuses relays and everything is fine 

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      jkeaton

      Post your issue in the correct forum section an you will get answers to your problem.

  3. starting issues

    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.
  4. Is this thing a lemon?

    Funny how that works......people complain about a problem, solutions are given but not taken,...lol
  5. REALLY?

    Maybe try an actual dealership if no one can figure out why your brake pedal goes to the floor and you can't stop the vehicle. It's not rocket science. I question the competence of the shops you are using. You have two choices: Install the bigger brakes as was suggested to you, (which probably won't fix the issue of the brake pedal going to the floor) or, sell it before you injure yourself or someone else by driving a vehicle with no brakes. You have a master cylinder or brake booster issue if there are no brake fluid leaks and the pedal still goes to the floor. Edit: There is absolutely no reason to resort to throwing insults at the people trying to help you. Familiarize yourself with the forum rules before you get yourself banned.
  6. REALLY?

    You think he’s still obsessed with this forum? Lol. Or he’s obsessed with me personally. Haha!
  7. REALLY?

    LOL....What? If you are getting air into the brake system, there is a leak somewhere. You need to fix that. Installing larger brakes (rotors/calipers/pads) won't fix a leak unless it is a caliper that is leaking. In that case, you can just fix the leaking caliper and not have to go to the expense of upgrading the brake size.
  8. AlfaOBD

    Thank you for the clarification.
  9. Alarm

    Moved to the correct section. Factory or aftermarket alarm?
  10. Factory Cold Air Intake

    Russians. It’s always the Russians.
  11. Multiple electric issues

    OBD code P0054 refers to the bank one O2 sensor 2. Nothing to do with your issues.
  12. Multiple electric issues

    Please only post the same topic once.
  13. Multiple electric issues

    Wiring harness that goes between the body and the rear hatch is a known failure point. Wires get worn from constant bending when opening the hatch. Might check that. What does he mean by "error code 54"? Was it preceded by a "P"? "U"? etc.....that would give us a clue.
  14. Wheel Specifications

    17’s should clear the front caliper. Install to verify.
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