The vehicle was not repaired. The first thing I would do is look for vacuum leaks. Use a volt-ohm meter set to detect continuity. If the stutter motor engages and spins the engine, you have eliminated the starter as the problem area. Thought it was just me not turning the key far enough to engage the tip-start.
Touch the other end to the smaller diameter wire at the solenoid. I reread the older Journey no-start thread that AllanC provided in post 4. The same dealer and the manufacturer were notified of the failure, but no assistance was offered. It is either seeing a gear range or is 'undefined'. Then I would remove the sensor and clean it with break clean, this doesn't leave a residue. The cause of the failure was not determined. All it does is 'click'.
I really don't think this is the issue. We expect this 2010 dodge journey transmission range sensor location image will present you with certain more point for your need and that we hope you enjoy it. Several months later finally replaced the solenoid and found that the problem hasn't entirely vanished although it's much diminished. When the contact attempted to start the vehicle, a clicking noise was heard, but it failed to start and all of the instrument panel indicators illuminated. It is sometimes referred to as.
They don't list any new units. Most of us have tried net for locating info, guidelines, articles or any other research for their purposes. Thought it was odd that it still wouldn't start when jumped - it's possible I didn't have the cables connected well enough. Touch one end of the jumper wire to the larger battery wire terminal at the solenoid. Looks like the motor will have to be supported to access it properly.
The colder out is is the worse the problem. With the wheel off, you can remove the plastic fasteners holding the battery access panel bottom front section of inner wheel well. Corrosion can form between the battery post and terminal that isn't readily visible without completely removing the terminal from the post. I will assume that the Journey has a Chrysler designed 4X or 6X automatic transaxle. Got in the car, shifted the gear lever to neutral, turned the key and she fired right up. Verify the battery and its related connections first. Starter appears to be okay.
The + and - jump start post nuts and studs must be clean and tight. Everytime the code comes up it is a vacuum leak or the sensor is just contaminated. I'll see if I can take it look at it this weekend and check the connections now that I can check it at home. Am I on the right track? For the last couple month my car has been in and out of the shop and the problem is the same. After starting the vehicle, the headlights suddenly shut off.
This has happened numerous times in the last month a before the repair. I took it back to the place I bought it from and it was an in and out of the shop for about a couple months and the problems was never resolved. A thin nail file ground down to make it narrow enough to slide into the female terminal works well. The vehicle was not repaired. The diagram listed above is for your reference. This pretty much started as an intermittent issue.
Don't know what's involved in replacing the range sensor,but it's likely easier than the starter. The dealer should be able to do this at a reasonable price as it should take around an hour to do the repairs. I do not know if a test exists that could isolate this starter relay as faulty. And here you will see now, this picture have been obtained from reputable resource. May 11, 2015 P0017 Dodge - Crankshaft-Camshaft Timing Misalignment Bank 1 Sensor 2Possible causes - Engine oil dirty - Incorrect engine viscosity - Crankshaft position sensor circuit is open or shorted - Camshaft position sensor circuit is open or shorted - Faulty crankshaft position sensor - Faulty camshaft position sensor - Timing gear misalign Nov 13, 2013.