Dodge Journey: Link, stabilizer bar

REMOVAL

1. Raise and support the vehicle.

Front Suspension
Fig. 60: TIRE AND WHEEL MOUNTING

2. Remove the wheel mounting nuts (3), then the tire and wheel assembly (1).

Front Suspension
Fig. 61: Strut Mounting To Knuckle

3. While holding the stabilizer bar link (1) stud stationary, remove the nut (4) securing the link to the strut (3).

Front Suspension
Fig. 62: Stabilizer Link Mounting To Bar

4. While holding the stabilizer bar link (1) lower stud stationary, remove the nut (3) securing the link to the stabilizer bar (2).

5. Remove the stabilizer bar link (1).

INSTALLATION

Front Suspension
Fig. 63: Stabilizer Link Mounting To Bar

1. Attach the stabilizer bar link (1) to the stabilizer bar (2). Install and tighten the nut (3) while holding the stabilizer bar link lower stud stationary. Tighten the nut to 48 N.m (35 ft. lbs.).

Front Suspension
Fig. 64: Strut Mounting To Knuckle

2. Attach the stabilizer bar link (1) to the strut (3). Install and tighten the nut (4) while holding the stabilizer bar link stud stationary. Tighten the nut to 48 N.m (35 ft. lbs.).

Front Suspension
Fig. 65: TIRE AND WHEEL MOUNTING

3. Install tire and wheel assembly (1). Install and tighten wheel mounting nuts (3) to 135 N.m (100 ft. lbs.).

4. Lower the vehicle.

    Installation
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