Dodge Journey: Manifold, exhaust, crossover

Removal

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 287: Belly Pan

  1. - belly pan fasteners
  2. - belly pan

1. Remove the belly pan (2).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 288: Exhaust Extension Pipe

2. Remove the fasteners (1), and remove the exhaust extension pipe (2) from the cross under pipe.

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 289: Exhaust Cross-Under Pipe

3. Remove the rear maniverter-to-cross under pipe fasteners (1) and (2).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 290: Front Maniverter-To-Cross Under Fasteners

4. Remove the front maniverter-to-cross under fasteners (1) and (2), and remove the cross under pipe (3).

Installation

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 291: Front Maniverter-To-Cross Under Fasteners

1. Install the cross under pipe (3). and the front maniverter-to-cross under fasteners (1) and (2). Tighten to 27 Nm (20 ft. lb.).

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 292: Exhaust Cross-Under Pipe

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

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 293: Exhaust Extension Pipe

3. Install the exhaust extension pipe (2) to the cross under pipe, and install the fasteners (1). Tighten to 27 Nm (20 ft. lb.)

2.7L DOHC Engine
Fig. 294: Belly Pan

  1. - belly pan fasteners
  2. - belly pan

4. Install the belly pan (2).

    Manifolds
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    Manifold, exhaust, front
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