Question about 2010 Dodge Journey
I have called to see if there is a recall on this vehicle and there are none.
I do not know off hand what this is however you can help yourself by trying to isolate what makes it occur. turn off everything such as radio, climate control, especially A/C. Then turn things on one at a time and only one at a time. If a function causes the clicking then you know where to begin looking and if it is important. I have never heard of an airbag clicking so if you are worried about that then check with a dealer's service dept about any known or experienced issues like this. I would not ask about a recall, I would ask what I could do to figure it out. I have tried to replace baords in climate control systems myself and the dealer service writers fixed the problems without charge. Give them a chance since they know more about you vehicle than anyone else and their cursory look will not likely cost you anything.
Posted on Dec 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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