Misfires, hard start, no start, more often when wet.
Change the sparkplugs,plug wires, distributor cap, rotor,pcv valve and possibly the air filter if it is bad.
Your distributor is probably bad.
Bad coil? Bad rotor? Bad distributor cap? Bad Ballast resistor?
That's too bad
tires bad aligment balance. 65
Blown fuse, defective thermal relay, or bad fan motor. Try this Website: http://www.gtrippleb.com/auto/durango/durango_blower_resister.htm
You will need to run an oil pressure test with a pressure gauge.
Hard starting, stalling, noisy pump, and finally total failure.
Putting in bad fuel can cause theÊengine to buck during acceleration on a 1999 Dodge Durango. There could also be a problem with the fuel filter or dirty spark plugs.
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.
Bad spark plugs, spark plug wires or distributor cap and rotor.
A distributor cap on a vehicle might be bad if the car is shaking more than normal. Other signs include stalling after the car has been running, squealing and rpm's running high.
Check the fuses first of all. I think the Durango has two flashers as well, one for the hazards and one for the signals so it could be a bad flasher.
sometimes is the main control that is bad
more than likely your catalytic converter is plugged
Bad EGR, Exhaust Gas Recirculation valve. That is what reduces NoX emissions
Crank angle sensor or coolant temprature sensor are the two favourites that will cause a non start
I would suspect the blower motor speed resistor is bad.
The two main symptons would be a check engine light and an oil leak.
Check engine light on, no start, hard start, die off.
Check engine light, low power, poor fuel economy, etc.
Bad distributor Bad coil Bad distributor cap Bad rotor
For the air. It could be that your system may need to be charged or you may have a leak, or your a.c. pump may be bad.
Chattering/vibration at all speeds. Chattering when brakes are applied. Poor fuel economy. Noise.
Bad coil? Bad distributor cap? Bad distributor rotor?