From 1997-2003 the Dodge durango is the same chassis as the dodge dakota, same powertrain.
Yes both the 5.2 and 5.9 will fit the motor mounts are the same for both engines. Check to make sure the 2000 had one of the 2 motors to be sure. Check the vin#.
It is the same reservoir as the front. There are two pumps.
Same year, same 2wd or 4wd, then yes
Well I have a 2000 dodge durango and I had the same problem. I didn't know the answer so I kept using the a/c which the car overheated and cracked my radiator. Come to find out the fan for the a/c does not work! I guess there is a radiator fan and a a/c fan. Hope that helps!
Trailblazer bolt pattern is 6X5 Not sure about the Dodge Durango.
I haven't done any in a while but it is most likely the same as durango which is a 7mm Allen socket
yes it will fit but emmisions wise isn't legal any engine swapped into a vehicle must be from the same year vehicle or newer.they are the same but I don't make the rules
It could be your TPS (throttle position sensor). my 2000 durango was doing the same thing and that was the problem..
I would think so as long as it has the same number of lugs, the pattern should be the same.
If same size, yesIf same size, yes
same way you get the thing started, Sledgehammer!
The 2001 Dodge Durango in both the 4.7L and the 5.9L engine options have the same fuel filter and location. The fuel filter is part of the pump module in the fuel tank.
no the 1996 -1998 is the same then the 2000-2004 is the same so it will not fit
I recently had the fuel pump replaced in my Dodge Ram 1500 ... same process. $500.00
is a metric size 13mm on a hemi but i guess the 4.7 is the same
No, it comes form the same tank as the front.
No, the cam sensor is a flat plate under the distributor cap. The crank sensor is a round sensor with a mounting tab behind the passenger side cylinder head.
There are similar, but not the same.
Blower resistor. I have an 04 that does the same thing. Bad connection between the resistor and the plug for me. Big topic though for durango those resistors.
: The fuse in the same housing of the main fuse box, just on the back side (the housing should be off white). You will need a flash light to see the four fuses on the other side, it is the 20amp.
My oil light just came on in my 2004 Dodge Durango. I am taking it to the shop today, but from the link below: http://www.carcomplaints.com/Dodge/Durango/2004/engine/engine_failure_due_to_oil_sludge.shtml I'm worried. Sounds like it could be a "sludge problem"...
It can be done fairly easy. 2000-2003 <-----4.7L motors are the same other than a 16 tooth or a 32 tooth ignition system. You simply swap the flywheel and tone rings from one to the other to make it the same tooth system as yours that you removed. The main difference you should find the 16 tooth is on the 2000 and 2001 motor. Not sure if the 2001 ever had the 16 tooth. 2002-2003 is 32 tooth.
IAC its the same as the fast idle on a carb, its how comp controls cold starts **When this happened on my 1999 Dodge Durango it was a simple fix. Replace the Throttle Body Sensor. It is about 50$ at most auto retail stores.