How to Jumpstart a 2009-2019 Dodge Journey 2011 Dodge Journey Mainstreet 3.6L V6 FlexFuel
The video will show you where to connect the cables (and in what order!) for your 2011 Dodge Journey to jump start a dead car battery. There is a small risk of a battery exploding during the charging process.
How do you start a Dodge Journey with a dead battery?
If your Journey has broken down due to a dead battery, you can easily jump start it with jumper cables and a healthy battery from another vehicle, or a battery booster if one is available.
Where is the battery on a 2011 journey?
The Dodge Journey’s battery is located behind the front bumper on the driver’s side, and it is not necessary to remove the bumper to change the battery.
When jumping a car which terminal goes first?
The following is the safest order to connect the jumper cables:
- Connect one end of the red jumper cable clamp to the positive terminal on the dead battery. Connect the other end of the same cable, the second red jumper cable clamp, to the positive terminal on the working (live) car battery.
How do I start my Dodge Journey with key?
Your Dodge vehicle can still be started:
- Flip the key fob over, slide the switch on the top left, and pull out the silver key.
- Place the key back inside the key fob for safekeeping.
- Push the start button with the Dodge key fob while your foot is on the brake.
How do you jumpstart a Dodge Stratus?
Locate the positive and negative jump post locations on the driver’s side of the engine compartment, with a red plastic cap and cover for the positive jump post and a black cap and cover for the negative jump post.
Can I start my Dodge Journey from my phone?
Staying connected has never been easier: with the Uconnectsup>u00ae/sup> app 1, you can use your smartphone to start your engine, lock or unlock your vehicle 7, and take advantage of services like Send ‘n GoTM.
How can I start my car without a fob?
Yes, you can drive a car without the key fob once the engine is started, and you can also shift from park (P) to drive (D) without the key in the car. If the vehicle is keyless, you must press the start button to start the engine, and your car will detect and authenticate the fob.
How long do car batteries last?
Some cars’ batteries can last up to five or six years, while others will need to be replaced after only two years; in general, your car’s battery will need to be replaced after three to four years. Replacing your car battery is an important part of routine maintenance.
What size battery does a 2011 Dodge Journey use?
Duralast Battery 26-DL Group Size 26 525 CCA Duralast Battery 26-DL Group Size 26 525 CCA Duralast Battery 26-DL Group Size
Do you need a memory saver when changing car battery?
Just to make sure you don’t need a memory saver, connect the charger’s negative to bare metal on the car body or engine. I have one that’s just a 9V battery, wire, and connectors. Anything that requires electricity will quickly drain the memory saver’s 9-volt battery.
What happens if you connect the negative terminal first?
Negative pole first: The entire car is connected (except for a few parts, such as the positive pole), so any mistake with the other lead will result in a short; if you make a mistake by touching the car with the other lead, nothing will happen.
What order do you put jumper cables?
Clamp one red cable to the positive side of the dead battery, then the other red cable to the positive side of the working battery. Finally, clamp one black cable to the negative side of the working battery.
What order do you remove jumper cables?
Remove the negative cable from the car you jumped, then the negative cable from the car with the good battery, and finally the positive cable from the car with the good battery (don’t touch a grounded part of either car with the clamp of the positive cable).