Dodge Journey: Installation

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Fig. 137: Rear Mount Bracket

1. If transmission brackets were removed or transmission was replaced install the rear mount bracket and tighten (1) to 100 N.m (74 ft. lbs.).

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Fig. 138: Front Mount Bracket

2. If transmission brackets were removed or transmission was replaced install the front mount bracket and tighten (1) to 100 N.m (74 ft. lbs.) and (2) to 133 N.m (98 ft. lbs.).

Manual Transmission BG6
Fig. 139: Left Mount Bracket

3. If transmission brackets were removed or transmission was replaced install the left mount bracket and tighten (1) to 100 N.m (74 ft. lbs.).

Manual Transmission BG6
Fig. 140: Bellhousing Bolts

4. Lift transmission into position.

5. Install the lower transmission bolts (2) and tighten to 58 N.m (43 ft. lbs.) torque.

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Fig. 141: Rear Mount

6. Install the rear transmission mount (5) to cradle.

7. Install rear transmission mount bolts and tighten to 68 N.m (50 ft. lbs.).

8. Install the rear mount bracket to transmission bolts (2, 3) and tighten to 68 N.m (50 ft. lbs.).

9. Roll engine and transmission back into place.

10. Install rear mount through bolt (4) and tighten to 68 N.m (50 ft. lbs.).

11. Install the starter.

12. Install the transmission cross member and tighten to 68 N.m (50 ft. lbs.).

13. Install the front transmission mount through bolt (4) at this time and tighten to 50 N.m (37 ft. lbs.).

14. Remove the jacks.

15. Lower the vehicle.

Manual Transmission BG6
Fig. 142: Bellhousing Bolts

16. Use a floor jack to raise transmission into position.

17. Install the upper transmission mount and tighten to 100 N.m (74 ft. lbs.).

18. Raise the vehicle on the hoist.

19. Install halfshafts.

20. Fill transmission fluid to proper level. See Standard Procedure .

21. Lower hoist.

22. Connect all wiring harness connectors and insure correct wiring harness is routed correctly.

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Fig. 143: Hydraulic Line

23. Install shift cables (2) into bracket until a click is heard.

24. Snap the ball-socket end fittings onto the shift lever ball-studs.

25. Install the bolt for clutch hydraulic line (3) and tighten to 11 N.m (105 in. lbs.).

26. Install the clutch hydraulic line (1) to slave cylinder.

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Fig. 144: Bleeder At Slave Cylinder

27. Install hydraulic line (1), bleed adaptor (2) and clip at the slave cylinder.

28. Bleed the slave cylinder.

29. Install the negative battery cable.

30. Install air cleaner assembly.

SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

GEAR RATIOS

TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIAL TOOLS

Manual Transmission BG6
Fig. 145: Universal Handle C-4171

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Fig. 146: Seal Installer 6709

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Fig. 147: Remover, 9664

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Fig. 148: Installer L-4520

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Fig. 149: Installer 9935

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Fig. 150: Installer 9928

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Fig. 151: Puller 7794-A

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Fig. 152: C-4657 Seal Installer

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Fig. 153: Installer 9589

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Fig. 154: Installer D-111

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Fig. 155: Installer, Cup - D-144

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Fig. 156: Bearing Splitter, P-334

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Fig. 157: Fixture, 8925

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Fig. 158: Puller 9647

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Fig. 159: Sleeve C-3717

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Fig. 160: Torque Tool C-4995

    Assembly
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    Cable, gearshift control
    REMOVAL Fig. 161: Shift Cables & Bracket 1. Remove the shifter. 2. Raise hood. 3. Remove the resonator. 4. Remove engine cover. 5. Remove air cleaner assembly. 6. Disconnect ne ...

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    Driving clutches
    DESCRIPTION Fig. 350: Identifying Input Clutch Assembly - INPUT SHAFT - UNDERDRIVE CLUTCH - OVERDRIVE CLUTCH - REVERSE CLUTCH - OVERDRIVE SHAFT - UNDERDRIVE SHAFT Three hydraulical ...

    Sensor, ambient temperature
    DESCRIPTION Fig. 33: Identifying Ambient Air Temperature Sensor The ambient air temperature sensor is a variable resistor that monitors the air temperature outside of the vehicle. The ATC sys ...

    VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
    The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is on the left front corner of the instrument panel and is visible from outside of the vehicle through the windshield. This number also appears on the Automo ...

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