A Dodge Durango does not have a timing belt. It has timing chain. If the timing cover chain gasket is leaking it is normal to change it while changing the water pump.
Try changing the idle air motor which is just a fancy name for the solinoid by the TPS its about $100 at the dealer and is easy to change, 2 torx screws hold it in
I had this problem with my 99 durango (5.9 L engine). I replaced the PCM which helped, but the problem wasn't solved until I installed new spark plugs. Runs like a top now!
Any electronic failure in the restraint system.
The seating capacity of a dodge durango varies depending upon the issue year. Fox example, the 2010 durango seats 7 comfortably, while the 2008 durango will seat 8 comfortably.
While the Durango fuel capacity changed from year/design the average fuel capacity of the Dodge Durango is 24.6 gallons
Inhibitor switch reduces engine power to avoid shock while automatic transmission changing gears
No, your friend is a fuxing liar
Normally if the crank sensor fails while running,the engine can keep running with just a working camshaft sensor.
Turn counterclockwise while pulling out.
If it's a 5.2 or 5.9 litre engine,spray some penetrant where it goes into the pump,then use Vise-Grips to turn while pulling out.
You probably have something wrong with your engine, or brakes. You should really have that checked.
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You simply see if it spins freely. If it does, the clutch fan is shot! Do this while motor is turned off The fan should spin freely if the engine is cold. If the engine is warmed up, shut down the engine and check the fan. Warm, the fan should turn, but should have some drag to it.
tires bad aligment balance. 65
check you crankshaft positon sensor and or egr valve
El Paso is a Texas city located in the United States while Durango is located in Mexico. There is a distance of 665.3 miles between these two locations.
If you are swapping in a good used engine, don't fix it if it ain't broke.
Bad spark plugs, spark plug wires or distributor cap and rotor.
Automatic trans I take it, sounds like you may need to rebuild or replace soon. The gears could be warn and are starting to slip
The easiest way to do it- both get at the front end for the timing kit and the rear seal is unfortunately to remove grill and radiator- unbolt tranny and engine and kind of slide it forward
No it does not. The uterus is sealed with the mucus plug.
using a block of wood to protect the oil pan, lift the engine with a jack to take the load off the mounts while changing them