Dodge Journey: Fascia, rear


Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 15: Push Pins

1. Open the hatch.

2. Remove the 6 pushpins (1) securing the fascia (2).

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 16: Rivets

3. Remove the rivets (2) and the Torx screw (3) around the wheel well for the fascia (1).

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 17: Tabs, Fascia & Bracket

4. Separate the tabs (2) securing the fascia (3) to the bracket (1).

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 18: Tail Light Push Pin

5. Remove the push pin (2) under the taillight (1) to the fascia (3).

6. Remove fascia (3) from vehicle.


Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 19: Tail Light Push Pin

1. Install the fascia (3) to the vehicle and install the pushpin (2) at the tailight (1) to the body.

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 20: Tabs, Fascia & Bracket

2. Clip the fascia (3) into the tabs (2) to the bracket (1).

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 21: Rivets

3. Install the Torx screw (3) for the fascia top the wheel opening and then install the pop rivets (2).

Frame and Bumpers
Fig. 22: Push Pins

4. Install the 6 push pins (1) to secure the fascia (2) to the body.

5. Close the hatch and check for fit.

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