The quality on the Journey is the worst I've ever seen out of a Mopar vehicle. If you've seen me post about my Journey in the past you'll know it's been a nightmare. Here's the latest. It's relatively minor but speaks to the parts and pieces used on these vehicles. This previously happened to my friend's 2016 Journey so I knew what was happening the moment I noticed it on mine. The washer nozzle connector under the hood broke off. The sprayer heads that mount on the hood have a plastic male collar that the rubber hose pushes onto underneath the hood. This plastic just snapped off on its own with absolutely no trauma or impact to the hose or the hood. (the hood was never even opened). And the kicker is when I opened the hood to investigate, I checked the second nozzle and the moment I touched it, that one broke off in my hand. I took a pair of needle nose pliers to try and pull the broken end out of the rubber hose so that I could reattach it when I get new nozzles but the plastic is so brittle it was literally crumbling into little bits like a cookie. I have never in my life seen plastic deteriorate like this. And this is plastic that's UNDER the hood - so not exposed to UV or other elements that can degrade it. I checked online and Mopar is charging $35 a piece for these garbage parts. I ordered a pair of Dorman branded ones off Amazon and they get here in a day or so.