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If it does not work from the switches in the vehicle, the door panel has to be removed and the actuator motor tested and probably replaced. If you are going by the remote to open it. There are other factors involved.
Posted on Mar 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2009 dodge journey...rear brake
If the e-brake cable is attached to caliper the piston is threaded. I use a very inexpensive tool i bought at the parts store . you will need to turn and press the piston at the same time. be aware that the two different sides are threaded oposite of each other.If the e-brake cable is not attached to caliperr the a c clamp should do the job.
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
While I could explain what to do, it may be better if you have detailed step by step instructions with illustrations on hand. You can get these free by registering for free at www.autozone.com Once registered you'll have access to a variety of DIY repair manuals.
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
SOURCE: my 2009 dodge journey won't
This is a notorious problem with '08/'09 Journeys. Unfortunately Dodge, nor the dealers have identified the root cause. Dealers will start by replacing the WIN (wireless ignition) module, then the starter, followed by relays, the ELV module, and finally send you on your way. Soon you will stranded with a NO START / CRANK INOP problem again. There is no real solution identified... ...and that's a travesty. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
Posted on May 26, 2011
Hi, I will assume this vehicle has an automatic transmision, and a transverse mounted engine. If this is the case the transmision dipstick will usually be located under the hood on the passenger side of the car,
between the engine/trans. and the firewall. Some are on the drivers side based on exactly which drive train is in the vehicle. It will also usually say trans or something similar on it.This should be checked when the vehicle is hot running, in Park and on a level surface.
Hope this helps Vern
Posted on Jan 31, 2012
mine does the same.. disconnect the battery.. then reconnect.... works everyime! ive had to do it 3 times in 2 yers
Posted on Jun 16, 2012
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