I have had my Journey for about a year now and my brakes keep failing. I have had the rotors resurfaced many times and replaced brake pads and yet I only have 39,000 miles on it and its a 2009. I think there is something worong with the design or engineering of the setup.
THe D/C, A/C power converter.
Back to the drawing board on the brakes and preventive maintinance or the transmission need atleast a dip stick to prevent damage.
Just took my wife's 2009 Journey to the dealer today and they replaced front brakes and rotors for a $100 deductible as Dodge extended the warranty to cover these parts.
Love the car but hope that with aftermarket pads and rotors, this is the last of these issues we see.
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