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#412 of 853 Re: '05 Dodge Durango Hemi Limited stalling problem [shepard007]
Jan 16, 2007 (7:58 pm)
Great information. I too have the EXACT problem on my 2005 SLT Hemi Durango. Been through all the "upgrades" now they replaced the instrument cluster as it was "posting" error codes??? Other symptoms for me have been airbag light on intermittently. How scary is that? My dealer has been trying....so points for that, but when you buy new to have reliable transportation, but have to take it in all the time and worry about stalling, what good is it?
#413 of 853 2005 Durango Hemi SLT Vent whistling
Jan 16, 2007 (8:03 pm)
Another problem on the 2005 Durango. When the vent control is set to recirculate, and the lower is set to off, when the vehicle hits 50 mph, there is a whistling/squealing heard from the vent. If the blower is turned on, or the control changed, the sound can be made to stop. The dealer has had two attempts to fix, one covered with a TSB for an expansion valve, (no fix) then another TSB for a pinched AC line....(no fix). Any one else out there with this annoying problem?
#414 of 853 2002 Durango Won't Start - HELP!
Jan 20, 2007 (2:19 pm)
My 2002 Durango with 4.7 engine and 26K miles has the following problem:
I get in it and turn the ignition. It does not crank at all. Every electrical accessory works - windows, fan, lights, instrument cluster, etc.
The 10 amp fuse in slot #10 blows. It appears to support the PCM and Fuel Pump. if I replace the fuse it just blows out again immediately. If I have the truck towed to my mechanic it shows no error codes and if they replace the fuse, it starts fine. This lasts for a week, several weeks, etc. then it happens again. the car can be sitting for 20 minutes, an hour, overnight, warm, cold, rain, sunny - its random.
The PCM has been tested and replaced. The ignition switch has been replaced.
Does anyone have any ideas? Or a schematic to where this fuse goes, etc. ?
#415 of 853 04 Durango Interior Lights Stay On
Jan 24, 2007 (8:15 am)
Recently my interior lights just stay on at all times (while driving, while parked, etc). Luckily, the car shuts them off when the battery starts to get low. Also, after 15-20 minutes of driving, the button illumination for my climate control and the switch illumination for my headlights goes off and stays off.
SOMETIMES, I can press the courtesy lights button and shut them off manually (there is no switch for the liftgate, so that never goes off), but 90% of the time pressing the reading lights in does nothing.
FYI - Messing with the dimmer switch does not turn the light s off either - it DOES dim the illumination of my gauges, etc properly).
Any ideas? Anybody else experience the same thing?
#416 of 853 Re: 04 Durango Interior Lights Stay On [kalvinski]
Jan 24, 2007 (10:49 am)
I am having the same problem. I took out the light bulbs to keep my battery from dying. I took my truck to the dealership and they said that the instrument cluster is going bad and needs to be replaced. The part is about $500.00.
#417 of 853 '00 Durango Engine Light - Dashboard Cluster Faulty
Jan 25, 2007 (3:44 am)
I was wondering if anyone has been having these issues. I have an '00 Durango and for the second time in 3 years I need to replace my dashboard cluster. In '04 it was changed for a cost of $140.00. It took the dealership 3x's to fix. In Dec 06 the light has come on again. Brought to the dealer and was told it would cost $1,200 to fix. No warranty on this part after 12 months. I have read on other sights that Chrysler did acknowledge a problem and therefore fixed it for labor only. Because of the issue my truck doesn't pass inspection. Any help! :mad
#418 of 853 Re: 04 Durango Interior Lights Stay On [eve1106]
Jan 26, 2007 (9:52 am)
Are your gauges staying lit? My gauges all work fine, stay lit, and dim properly. I DO have a check engine light that comes on periodically (not flashing, just solid) and I've had another warning light pop on once and go off. But my main problem are the interior lights never going off.
Does the "instrument cluster" include all of the interior illumination, or is it just the gauges?
#419 of 853 Re: 04 Durango Interior Lights Stay On [kalvinski]
Jan 29, 2007 (11:14 am)
I'm not sure. I do remember that I had a problem with my interior lights staying on - but for the life of me I cannot remember how I corrected it. My guages all work fine, it is just the check engine light stays on, never going off. Your problem my be with the dashboard cluster also. In addition, when the dealership checked this out, they reset my Odometer - Lucky Me. On the NHTSA website I researched this problem and there have been others. I do know that some have had you particular problem -- I don't know if you have checked there yet, but that might be another resource.
#420 of 853 Re: 04 Durango Interior Lights Stay On [kalvinski]
Jan 29, 2007 (11:29 am)
My gauges still work. Te only problem I had was the interior lights not turning off. I took my car to the dealership and they said thats the problem I went and home then realized my powerlock stopped working, took the truck back and claim that they arent working now "because the instrument cluster is tking things out one by one." I dont believe them. I havent had any check engine or ohter warning light come on.
Feb 05, 2007 (8:28 am)
The driver side door lock on my 2000 Durango refuses to unlock either with keyless entry, key or from door panel. Only driver side does not work all other doors lock and unlock OK. Is this a solenoid problem? Any help would be appreciated.