Dodge Journey: Monitor, media system

REMOVAL

Audio and Video
Fig. 14: Removing / Installing Mounting Fasteners

1. Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.

2. Open the video screen to access the mounting fasteners.

3. Remove the mounting fasteners.

Audio and Video
Fig. 15: Removing/Installing Video Monitor Connectors

4. If equipped, disconnect the rear heat control connector (1).

5. Disconnect the video monitor connectors (2) and remove the assembly from the vehicle.

Audio and Video
Fig. 16: Fasteners

6. Remove the fasteners (1) and remove the rear A/C and heater control.

INSTALLATION

Audio and Video
Fig. 17: Fasteners

1. Install the rear A/C and heater control and the fasteners (1).

Audio and Video
Fig. 18: Removing/Installing Video Monitor Connectors

2. If equipped, connect the rear A/C and heater control connector (1).

3. Connect the video monitor connectors (2).

Audio and Video
Fig. 19: Removing / Installing Mounting Fasteners

4. Install the mounting fasteners.

5. Connect the battery negative cable.

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