Dodge Journey: Fascia, front

REMOVAL

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 1: Pushpins

1. Release hood latch and open hood.

2. Remove the pushpins for the fascia (2) at the radiator support.

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 2: Pop Rivets

3. Hoist and support vehicle on safety stands.

4. Remove the pop rivets (2) at the wheel well opening.

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 3: Fascia Tabs & Bracket

5. Remove the Torx screw (3) at the wheel well housing.

6. Separate the fascia tabs (2) at the bracket (1).

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 4: Lower Pushpins

7. Remove the pushpins (1) for the fascia (2) at the lower closeout panel.

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 5: Fascia & Mounting Tab

8. Slide the fascia (2) out from the mounting tab (1) under the headlamp.

9. Disengage fog lamp wire connector and side marker connector from body harness, if equipped.

10. Disengage the ambient temp sensor wire connector, if equipped.

11. Remove fascia from vehicle.

INSTALLATION

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 6: Fascia & Mounting Tab

1. Install the fascia to the vehicle.

2. Reconnect the ambient temp sensor wire connector, if equipped.

3. Reconnect the fog lamp wire connector and side marker connector from body harness, if equipped.

4. Slide the fascia (2) into the mounting tab (1) under the headlamp.

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 7: Lower Pushpins

5. Install the pushpins (1) for the fascia (2) at the lower closeout panel.

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 8: Fascia Tabs & Bracket

6. Insert and snap into place the fascia tabs (2) at the bracket (1).

7. Install the Torx screw (3) at the wheel well housing.

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 9: Pop Rivets

8. Install the pop rivets (2) at the wheel well opening.

9. Lower the vehicle.

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 10: Pushpins

10. Install the pushpins for the fascia (2) at the radiator support.

11. close the hood and check for proper fit.

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