I'm not sure if there's a recommendation on them or not, but they usually don't need changed often unless you've gotten fuel with a lot of sediment in it. I generally change it after 30,000 miles. The fuel filter on the '99 durango is part of the fuel pump assembly, located in the gas tank, and cannot be changed independently. I wouldn't recommend changing the $250 fuel pump every 30k miles. Since the fuel pump will probably die at about 100k miles, that's when you'll change the fuel filter. Search this Wiki for easy instructions on how to change the fuel pump.
No, change your air filter every 30,000 miles.
You should change your fuel filter every 90,000 to 100,000 miles.
Every 30,000 miles.
Every 15K miles
Change oil/filter every 5,000 miles.
every 12000 miles
If you drive normally and use full synthetic you should change your oil every 8,000 miles. You should change the filter at the same time and change your air filter every 30,000 miles.
It depends on how much you drive it. It could also depend on what type of fuel you use. You should change the fuel filter between 30,000 miles clear up to 100,000 miles. or if your car does not start and there is no fuel in the filter, then you can change it then.
Change your air filter every 30,000 miles or sooner if you drive in dusty conditions.
Every 40 or 50 thousand miles
I recommend every 50,000 miles.