Dodge Journey: Removal

LEFT-HAND-DRIVE

1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable from its post on the battery.

2. If equipped, remove the silencer pad below the steering column opening cover.

Brakes
Fig. 132: STOP LAMP SWITCH WIRING CONNECTOR

3. Disconnect the wiring connector (4) at the stop lamp switch (3).

4. Remove the stop lamp switch wiring routing clip (1) from the brake pedal bracket (2).

Brakes
Fig. 133: STOP LAMP SWITCH REMOVAL

5. Remove the stop lamp switch (2).Do not reuse the stop lamp switch on vehicles built prior to July 21, 2008.

Brakes
Fig. 134: BRAKE PEDAL CLIP

6. Remove the retaining clip (2) securing the power brake booster push rod (1) to the brake pedal. To do so, position a small screwdriver under the center tang of the retaining clip, then rotate the screwdriver enough to allow the retaining clip tang to pass over the end of the brake pedal pin (3). Remove and discard the clip. Do not reuse the clip.

7. Slide the booster push rod (1) off the brake pedal pin (3).

Brakes
Fig. 135: PEDAL AND BOOSTER MOUNTING - LHD

8. Remove the four nuts (4) attaching the brake pedal (1) (and power brake booster) to the dash panel.

9. Remove the remaining nut (5) attaching the brake pedal (1) to the dash panel.

10. Remove the brake pedal (1).

RIGHT-HAND-DRIVE

1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable from its post on the battery.

2. If equipped, remove the silencer pad below the steering column opening cover.

Brakes
Fig. 136: STOP LAMP SWITCH WIRING CONNECTOR

3. Disconnect the wiring connector (4) at the stop lamp switch (3).

4. Remove the stop lamp switch wiring routing clip (1) from the brake pedal bracket (2).

Brakes
Fig. 137: STOP LAMP SWITCH REMOVAL

5. Remove the stop lamp switch (2).Do not reuse the stop lamp switch on vehicles built prior to July 21, 2008.

Brakes
Fig. 138: BRAKE PEDAL CLIP - RHD

6. Remove the retaining clip (1) securing the power brake booster push rod (2) to the brake pedal. To do so, position a small screwdriver under the center tang of the retaining clip, then rotate the screwdriver enough to allow the retaining clip tang to pass over the end of the brake pedal pin (3). Remove and discard the clip. Do not reuse the clip.

7. Slide the booster push rod (2) off the brake pedal pin (3).

Brakes
Fig. 139: PEDAL AND BOOSTER MOUNTING - RHD

8. Remove the four nuts (4) attaching the brake pedal (5) (and power brake booster) to the dash panel.

9. Remove the remaining nut (3) attaching the brake pedal (5) to the dash panel.

10. Remove the brake pedal (5).

    Installation
    LEFT-HAND-DRIVE Fig. 140: PEDAL AND BOOSTER MOUNTING - LHD 1. Carefully install the brake pedal and bracket assembly (1) in the vehicle lining up the bracket with the power brake booster mounti ...

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