Dodge Journey: Insulator, engine mount, rear

Removal

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 234: Belly Pan

1. Remove throttle body air inlet hose and air cleaner housing assembly.

2. Raise the vehicle.

3. Remove the belly pan (2).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 235: Identifying Rear Mount Bracket-To-Transaxle Case Bolts

4. Remove three vertical bolts (1) attaching rear mount bracket to transaxle case.

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 236: Front Engine Mount Through Bolt

5. Loosen the front mount through bolt (2).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 237: Rear Engine Mount & Transaxle Bracket

6. Remove rear mount bracket through bolt (1).

7. Remove rear mount bracket from transaxle case.

8. Remove rear isolator to suspension crossmember attaching bolts.

9. Remove rear isolator (2).

Installation

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 238: Rear Isolator On Suspension Crossmember

1. Position rear isolator (2) on suspension crossmember and loosely install bolts.

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 239: Identifying Rear Mount Bracket-To-Transaxle Case Bolts

2. Position rear mount bracket on transaxle and install bolts (1). Tighten bolts to 95 N.m (70 ft. lbs.).

3. Tighten rear isolator to suspension crossmember bolts to 61 N.m (45 ft. lbs.).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 240: Rear Isolator On Suspension Crossmember

NOTE: Be sure the weight of the engine is static and in rest position.

4. Install rear mount bracket to rear isolator through bolt (1) and tighten to 75 N.m (55 ft. lbs.).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 241: Front Engine Mount Through Bolt

5. Tighten front mount through bolt (2) to 75 N.m (55 ft. lbs.).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 242: Belly Pan

6. Install the belly pan (2).

7. Install throttle body air inlet hose and air cleaner housing assembly.

    Insulator, engine mount, left
    Removal Fig. 228: Belly Pan 1. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable. 2. Remove throttle body air inlet hose and air cleaner housing assembly. 3. Remove the belly pan (2). ...

    Insulator, engine mount, right
    Removal Fig. 243: Belly Pan 1. Remove the belly pan (2). Fig. 244: Right Engine Mount 2. Lower vehicle. Remove the load on the engine motor mounts by carefully supporting the engine assembly ...

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    Differential, transaxle
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    Removal, Installation
    REMOVAL Fig. 298: Identifying Transmission Connectors - SOLENOID PACK CONNECTOR - INPUT SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR - OUTPUT SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR - TRANSMISSION RANGE SENSOR CONNECTOR ...

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