2009 Dodge Journey Timing Marks Diagram (3.5 L EGF V6 Engine)

2009 Dodge Journey Timing Marks Diagram (3.5 L EGF V6 Engine) – The Dodge Journey is a crossover SUV produced by American automaker Dodge since 2008. The car was born as heir to the Chrysler Pacifica. It is initially being marketed in the United States and Europe with the Dodge brand, then leaving the old continent towards the end of 2010, which was replaced by the Fiat Freemont. This transaction is the result of the global strategic reorganization of Chrysler Group after the acquisition of it by Fiat SpA. With this strategy, in fact, the Dodge brand will disappear from the European market, to focus on the North American market and expand into the South American market.

The car is built on the same platform of the Dodge Avenger, Chrysler Sebring, and Mitsubishi Lancer, and it also shares part of the engines, or the GEMA to be 2.4, 2.7 and 3.5 liters (only for the US market). Until 2010, the V6 offered in North America was 3.5-liter mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, which produces 235 hp (175 kW) and 315 Nm of torque. In 2011, this engine has been changed with the new 3.6-liter Pentastar V6, which produces 283 hp (211 kW) and 350 Nm of torque. All-wheel drive is available with the V6. Since 2009 it is also a transmission with double clutch automated.

2009 Dodge Journey Timing Marks Diagram (3.5 L EGF V6 Engine):

  1. Align Camshafts With Timing Marks
  2. Install Tensioner Loose
  3. Crankshaft At TDC

Note: If camshafts have moved from the timing marks, always rotate camshaft towards the direction nearest to the timing marks (DO NOT TURN CAMSHAFTS A FULL REVOLUTION OR DAMAGE to valves and/or pistons could result). For more detail please watch the following video:

This diagram applied for 2008 2009 2010 Dodge Journey that uses 3.5 Chrysler SOHC V6 engine (EGF). Hopefully the article of 2009 Dodge Journey Timing Marks Diagram (3.5 L EGF V6 Engine) useful for you.

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