Dodge Journey Recalls
The engine may stall unexpectedly, due to the intermittent failure of the crankshaft or camshaft sensor on the engine. This could result in an accident.
A hydraulic pump within the transmission could seize and fail, causing the transmission to stop functioning. This would prevent the vehicle from moving, and could result in an accident.
A power steering hose may rupture and leak at the time of engine start up after being exposed to cold temperatures. This would increases steering effort, and leaking fluid could cause a fire hazard.
The vehicle air bags may not deploy in an accident, increasing risk of occupant injury. Additionally, the air bags may deploy without need, increasing risk of a crash.
The anti-lock brake system and electronic stability control system may stop working because of water damage to the module that controls both functions. This could result in a loss of vehicle stability or control.
A cover on top of the engine may detach and fall onto the hot exhaust components, creating a risk of fire.
The tire placard label indicates incorrect information regarding seating capacity and combined weight information. This can result in inadvertent overloading of the vehicle, which can result in a crash.
The ignition switch may unexpectedly move out of the run position turning off the engine. This can affect the operation of the airbag and other safety system. Until this recall is completed, all items, including the key fob (if applicable) should be removed from the ignition key ring.
Due to contaminated brake fluid, braking ability could be lost unexpectedly.
667 vehicles equipped with a 3.6L engine are being recalled because internal engine failure could cause an abnormal noise and/or the engine to stop running.