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What causes a car to sometimes take awhile to start?

Okay let me explain. I own a Dodge Journey 2009 and sometimes it will start right up fine. Sometimes it will take a little while (maybe 4 or 5 seconds). This happens in cold engine or warm. So I ...
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when I plugged in my OBD scanner, I got not connected to the vehicle and the dashboard going crazy

when I plugged in my OBD scanner, I got not connected to the vehicle and the dashboard going crazy, and when I unplug the ODB scanner everything going back to normal... the vehicle I am talking about ...
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Do Dodge Journeys lock automatically when left alone?

I've had occasions where I really thought I had left my car unlocked, say after bringing in groceries. But when I get back to my vehicle (2015 Dodge Journey) I sometimes find it already locked. If ...
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Coolant leak passenger side on floor

2009 Journey has coolant on floor of garage on passenger side. Car doesn’t overheat but had to add coolant to the reservoir. Mechanic can’t find leak.
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2009 dodge journey SXT aftermarket android head unit

im seeking help and advise on perfecting my android aftermarket head unit install. I say perfect because its currently installed but some electrical mods need to be made to stop it from draining my ...
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Car struggles to start when hot after overheating episode

I have a 2009 Dodge Journey SXT 3.5 L. And yes I know I bought a piece of garbage. When I purchased it everything was fine. The only issue it had was it had 1 engine code for the catalytic converter. ...
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What causes a coolant leak to happen and then suddenly go away on it's own?

For context, I own a 2009 Dodge Journey. About 5 days ago I drove my vehicle to the university I attend and noticed a coolant leak, a bad one. To get back home, I would fill it with coolant and the ...