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  1. New Member - 200k Journey

    Hello DJ Forum, Greetings from a fellow DJ owner. Should have joined sooner but better late then never. My Dodge Journey is a 2010 3.5L AWD SXT in Silver. My faithful Journey has a total currently of 208,000 miles on the odometer and keeps going on the original engine and transmission. I follow all maintenance schedules and everything has stayed in great working order with the exception of a few things. I've had to replace the typical items like tires,2 sets of spark plugs now, 1 pair of outer tie rods, all 4 shocks, brakes - A lot before mechanic noticed the brake hose to both front calipers was being squeezed down by the metal bracket that holds it. Apparently it rusted/swelled up and was restricting back flow keeping the brake pistons pressed down. Dodge replaced a leaking and failing transfer case/PTU under warranty in 2015 when it had 159,000 miles on it. Sentry key sense module went out causing the mysterious no start issue(Often misdiagnosed as starter/battery) randomly around 170,000 Miles $600. Just recently the rear differential/carrier started making noise and clunking at 202,000 miles $600 for a used replacement installed. Heater core clogged up and had to be back-flushed a few times, issue was no heat on passenger side. I love my DJ and all the space in features. I'm saddened to see some people bashing theirs or having bad experiences with parts that fail prematurely. Mine is a GEM and proof that if you take care of things it will be a investment that will take you on many.....Journey's :D Attached is a photo of the still shining paint!
  2. New Member

    Hello, all. New member here. Owner of a 2010 Dodge Journey R/T. My wife is the daily driver, but I'm the designated maintenance tech. Joined to get some shared knowledge and insights into repairs that are a bit tricky.
  3. New (used) Journey owner says hello to all! Just wanted to say hello to all the owners, members and moderators here and a big thanks for keeping this forum going. I have owned my Journey for a month and have already learned to a bunch of useful info and tips. Well done and great site!
  4. I'm a newbie owner of a 2015 DJ, based in Montreal, Canada. Is a white, SXT, 7 passengers, 3.6. Looking forward to give a lot of love to this beautiful snow beast!
  5. Greetings from Europe

    Hello all, Owner of a US 2012 Dodge Journey in Germany as a Service Member overseas. Joining the forum to gain info on some aspects of the Journey that I may require assistance on. 1. Radio Issues 2. DRL Issues. 3. Upgrades. 4. Reverse Camera Installation. Thanks,
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