Dodge Journey: Installation

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 474: Removing/Installing Valve Body

  1. - VALVE BODY

NOTE: If valve body assembly is being replaced or reconditioned, it is necessary to perform the PCM Quick Learn Procedure.

1. Install accumulators and springs as previously removed. Install valve body assembly to transaxle.

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 475: Identifying Valve Body-To-Transaxle Case Bolts

  1. - VALVE BODY ATTACHING BOLTS (18)
  2. - VALVE BODY

2. Install and torque valve body-to-transaxle case bolts to 12 N.m (105 in. lbs.).

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 476: Identifying Filter & O-Ring

  1. - OIL FILTER
  2. - O-RING

3. Install transaxle oil filter. Inspect the o-ring and replace if necessary.

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 477: Removing/Installing Oil Pan

  1. - OIL PAN
  2. - 1/8 INCH BEAD OF RTV SEALANT
  3. - OIL FILTER

4. Ensure the transaxle oil pan and transaxle case sealing surfaces are clean and dry. Install an 1/8" bead of MOPAR Silicone Rubber Adhesive Sealant to the oil pan and install.

Automatic Transmission 41TE
Fig. 478: Identifying Oil Pan Bolts

  1. - OIL PAN BOLTS (USE RTV UNDER BOLT HEADS)

5. Torque oil pan-to-transaxle case bolts to 19 N.m (165 in. lbs.).

6. Raise engine cradle crossmember into position.

7. Aligning index/scribe mark placed upon disassembly, Install four cradle-to-body bolts and torque to 162 N.m (120 ft. lbs.).

8. Lower vehicle.

9. Remove engine support fixture 8534B.

10. Raise vehicle.

11. Install and torque engine front and rear mount-to-cradle nuts to 54 N.m (40 ft. lbs.).

12. Lower vehicle.

13. Connect transmission range sensor connector.

14. Install manual valve lever to manual shaft.

15. Install gearshift cable to manual valve lever.

16. Install battery and tray.

17. Connect battery negative cable.

18. Fill transaxle with Mopar ATF +4 Transmission fluid.

    Assembly
    NOTE: Cleanliness through entire disassembly and assembly of the valve body cannot be overemphasized. When disassembling, each part should be washed in a suitable solvent, then dried by comp ...

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