Dodge Journey: Intermediate shaft, gas

REMOVAL

2.4L

1. Remove the right half shaft.

Differential and Driveline
Fig. 44: Intermediate Shaft - 2.4L

2. Remove the three intermediate shaft bolts (1).

3. Remove the intermediate shaft (2).

2.7L

1. Remove the right half shaft.

Differential and Driveline
Fig. 45: Identifying Intermediate Shaft, Heat Shield & Bolts

2. Remove the heat shield bolts (2).

3. Remove the heat shield (3).

4. Remove the intermediate shaft bolts (1) and (5).

5. Remove the intermediate shaft (4).

3.5L

1. Remove the right half shaft.

Differential and Driveline
Fig. 46: 3.5L Right Half Shaft Components

2. Remove the intermediate shaft bolts (1).

3. Remove the heat shield bolts (2).

4. Remove the heat shield (3).

5. Remove the intermediate shaft (4).

INSTALLATION

2.4L

Differential and Driveline
Fig. 47: Intermediate Shaft - 2.4L

1. Install the intermediate shaft (2).

2. Install the three intermediate shaft bolts (1).

3. Install the right half shaft.

2.7L

Differential and Driveline
Fig. 48: Identifying Intermediate Shaft, Heat Shield & Bolts

1. Install the intermediate shaft (4).

2. Install the intermediate shaft bolts (1) and (5). Tighten bolt (1) to 38 Nm (28 ft. lb.) and bolts (5) to 23 Nm (17 ft. lb.).

3. Install the heat shield (3).

4. Install the heat shield bolts (2).

5. Install the right half shaft.

3.5L

Differential and Driveline
Fig. 49: 3.5L Right Half Shaft Components

1. Install the intermediate shaft (4).

2. Install the intermediate shaft bolts (1) and tighten to 38 Nm (28 ft. lb.).

3. Install the heat shield (3).

4. Install the heat shield bolts (2) and tighten to 10 Nm (7 ft. lb).

5. Install the right half shaft.

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