2014 Dodge Journey

Asked by Nov 09, 2013 at 02:11 PM about the 2014 Dodge Journey SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Won't start! Ugh! I haven't even had
the thing for a month. It would go to
run on push button start and gauges
would start up like normal but the car
would not start!!!! After calling
Chrysler and the dealership nothing
got answered. I like the car but
really?! Then when I finally got
started about ten mins later it idled
on 2 rpms. Then would drop from 2
to 1 then back and forth. Oh the air
came on the passenger side by itself
lol. My car went crazy ha. When it is
idling it shakes and makes a weird
sound some. Any other Dodge
Journey people had a problem?

6 Answers


It still should be under warranty, it is best to keep some documentation of the problems you are having just in case you did get a lemon, and yes they still do exist even with all this junk on today's vehicles. So take it back to the dealer and keep the pressure on them to fix it.

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Have the dealer tow it in for you, get a loaner car, and have it fixed under warranty. It will cost you nothing. HTH. -Jim

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Thanks! The dealer said they might not be able to give me a loaner they would have to call Chrysler and see. Which we had a few words to each other. It's still under warranty and everything. It's just frustrating. I hope I didn't get a lemon!


You can also talk with the factory representative in your area if the dealer isn't standing behind the warranty.

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Chrysler and others are ahead of the time, do they even road test a product anymore? guess they rely on the Chewbacca defense if a problem arises. yikes! kinda scary to the budget ,

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You're welcome. The dealer has 3 tries to fix it. If they're unsuccessful after the 3rd try the Lemon Law takes effect and they must buy it back. HTH. -Jim

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