Dodge Journey: Sensor, exhaust temperature

REMOVAL

EXHAUST TEMPERATURE SENSOR

Exhaust System
Fig. 44: Exhaust Temperature Sensor

  1. - DPF TEMPERATURE SENSOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR
  2. - DPF TEMPERATURE SENSOR

1. Remove engine cover.

2. Disconnect and isolate negative battery cable.

3. Disconnect upstream DPF temperature sensor electrical connector (1).

4. Remove upstream DPF temperature sensor (2).

5. Disconnect downstream DPF temperature sensor electrical connector (4).

6. Remove downstream DPF temperature sensor (3).

INSTALLATION

EXHAUST TEMPERATURE SENSOR

Exhaust System
Fig. 45: Exhaust Temperature Sensor

  1. - DPF TEMPERATURE SENSOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR
  2. - DPF TEMPERATURE SENSOR

1. Position DPF downstream temperature sensor (3) into DPF. Tighten to 25 N.m (18 ft. lbs.).

2. Connect downstream temperature sensor electrical connector (4).

3. Position DPF upstream temperature sensor (2) into DPF. Tighten to 25 N.m (18 ft. lbs.).

4. Connect upstream temperature sensor electrical connector (1).

5. Install engine cover.

6. Connect negative battery cable.

SHIELD, HEAT

DESCRIPTION

The exhaust system heat shields are attached to the under body of the vehicle.

OPERATION

Heat shields are needed to protect both the vehicle and the environment from the high temperatures developed near the catalytic converter.

Avoid application of rust prevention compounds or undercoating materials to exhaust system floor pan heat shields on vehicles so equipped. Light over spray near the edges is permitted. Application of coating will greatly reduce the efficiency of the heat shields resulting in excessive floor pan temperatures and objectionable fumes.

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