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  1. Hello

    Hi All. I am from South Africa and just purchased a 2015 Dodge Journey Crossroad. Low mileage - 22000kms. So far so good.
  2. 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!
  3. New to Forum and 1st Time Journey Owner

    Hello all, I am new to the forum and the Journey as well. Recently traded my 2011 Avenger in for a 2012 Journey, needed more room to transport things. Does anybody else have trouble getting comfortable in the driver's seat? It seems like the bottom foam pad is insufficient.
  4. Hello, New to the Journey Forums

    Hello everyone, my name is Kenny, and I am new to the Journey forums, and new to Journey, I just picked up an 09 Journey SXT with the 3.5 and spd auto Fwd. Has about 45k mi
  5. Hello from Barrie, ON Canada

    Hey everyone, Just purchased a 2012 Dodge Journey SXT. Pick it up on Tuesday June 12, 2012. Very excited. Love this SUV. Been a GM customer for over 20 years (brother works at GM in Oshawa, ON). Went and looked at some GM products similiar to the Journey and ran off the lots. We checked out the Journey on the web first, then test drove, then purchased. I love the lines. I love the interior. First time Dodge owner. Can't wait to get behind the wheel. Below are some of the things our SXT came with... Ext. Colour: Red Tri-Coat Pearl Int. Colour: Black Engine: 3.6L V6 VVT Horsepower: 283hp @ 6,350RPM Wheels: 19" x 7" Cast Aluminum Convenience Group I (8.4 inch LCD with Navigation and 1 year Sirius Sat) Safe & Sound Group Trailer Tow Prep Group Steering wheel mounted audio controls Wireless phone connectivity Garage door transmitter: HomeLink Parking sensors: rear with camera Plus all the other standard stuff. We also are having it Rust Proofed and the interior Scotchguarded. Glad to be here and contribute to topics and create new ones