Dodge Journey: Crossmember, front fore and aft

REMOVAL

1. Raise and support the vehicle.

2. If equipped, remove the engine belly pan.

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 29: Removing/Installing Fore/Aft Crossmember

3. Remove the front engine mount thru-bolt (2).

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 30: Fore-Aft Crossmember Forward Mounting Bolts

4. Remove the fore-aft crossmember forward mounting bolts at the radiator support.

5. Remove the fore-aft crossmember rearward mounting bolts at the crossmember.

6. Remove the fore-aft crossmember.

7. Remove the front engine mount mounting bolts (2) and damper (1). Remove the mount (3) from the crossmember.

INSTALLATION

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 31: Fore-Aft Crossmember Forward Mounting Bolts

1. Install the front engine mount (3) on the crossmember. Install the mounting bolts (2) and damper (1).

Tighten the bolts to 50 N.m (37 ft. lbs.).

2. Position the fore-aft crossmember in the engine compartment and install the mounting bolts. Tighten the forward mounting bolts at the radiator support to 55 N.m (41 ft. lbs.). Tighten the rearward mounting bolts at the suspension crossmember to 55 N.m (41 ft. lbs.).

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 32: Removing/Installing Fore/Aft Crossmember

3. Install the front engine mount thru-bolt (4). Tighten the bolt to 60 N.m (44 ft. lbs.).

4. If equipped, install the engine belly pan.

5. Lower the vehicle.

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