Dodge Journey: Manifold, exhaust, rear


2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 305: Belly Pan

  1. - belly pan fasteners
  2. - belly pan

1. Remove the belly pan (2).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 306: Oxygen Sensors

2. Remove the oxygen sensors (2) and (4).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 307: Exhaust Gas Recirculation Tube

3. Remove the EGR tube (1).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 308: Rear Maniverter Heat Shield

4. Remove the rear maniverter heat shield (3).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 309: Exhaust Cross-Under Pipe

5. Remove the rear maniverter-to-crossunder fasteners (1) and (2).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 310: Rear Maniverter Fasteners

6. Remove the rear maniverter fasteners (1), and the rear maniverter (2).


1. Inspect exhaust manifolds for damage or cracks.

2. Check manifold flatness.

3. Inspect the exhaust manifold gasket for obvious discoloration or distortion.

4. Check distortion of the cylinder head mounting surface with a straightedge and thickness gauge.


2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 311: Rear Maniverter Fasteners

1. Install the rear maniverter gasket (3), the rear maniverter (2), and the rear maniverter fasteners (1).

Tighten the rear maniverter fasteners to 23 Nm (17 ft. lb)

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 312: Exhaust Cross-Under Pipe

2. Install the rear maniverter-to-crossunder fasteners (1) and (2). Tighten to 29 Nm (21 ft. lb.).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 313: Rear Maniverter Heat Shield

3. Install the rear maniverter heat shield (3). Tighten fasteners to 12 Nm (106 in. lb.).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 314: Exhaust Gas Recirculation Tube

4. Install the EGR tube (1).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 315: Oxygen Sensors

5. Install the oxygen sensors (2) and (4). Tighten to 41 Nm (30 ft. lbs.).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 316: Belly Pan

  1. - Belly Pan Fasteners
  2. - Belly Pan

6. Install the belly pan (2).

    Manifold, exhaust, front
    Removal 1. Disconnect negative battery cable. 2. Remove the engine cover. Fig. 295: Oxygen Sensors 3. Disconnect and remove oxygen sensors (2) and (4). Fig. 296: Upper Maniverter Heat Shiel ...

    Manifold, intake
    Diagnosis and Testing INTAKE MANIFOLD LEAKS An intake manifold air leak is characterized by lower than normal manifold vacuum. Also, one or more cylinders may not be functioning. WARNING: ...

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    Diagnosis and Testing
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