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#530 of 853 Re: 1999 Dodge Durango: Problems & Solutions [larry72]
Dec 22, 2007 (4:58 pm)
I have 2002 Durango and have similiar sounds...my mechanic replaced an exhaust gasket on the driver's side and that seemed to make the noise go away. I was surprised because, like you, I was certain that it was a valve, push rod, or bearing gone bad. Same symptom....noisey when it started and tended to lessen as engine warmed up. Mechanic explained that the gasket would leak while engine was cold then seal up as engine/exhaust heated up...Check it out...good luck
#531 of 853 Re: 2000 Durango 4.7L engine tap... [jhtufano]
Dec 22, 2007 (5:06 pm)
have your exhaust gaskets checked; while engine is cool (at start up) I had similiar trouble and my mechanic explained that the noise was most evident while engine was cool because gaskets were cool and leak occurred...yet as exhaust heated up, they'd seal and the noise seemed to go away unless under extreme pressure. Check it out...might be the problem...good luck
#532 of 853 Re: Loud Noise [ahtracy]
Dec 22, 2007 (5:12 pm)
Replace AC blower relay located under dash on passenger side. Locate wires, trace to plug...unplug...remove two small bolts from outlet...pull downward and remove this outlet from blower unit. It has relay curcuit built in..It is burned out...buy new one...reinstall. NOW...in hot weather, turn blower on a minute or so to cool down the unit BEFORE turning on AC...I've replace two of these and since doing this, things have been good. Good luck.
#533 of 853 Re: troubleshoot - front end vibration noise [marlea3]
Dec 30, 2007 (8:02 am)
I had this same trouble recently and it was my hub assembly. I know this was posted a long time ago but there was no reply and if someone else needs an answer, here it is.
#534 of 853 Re: Heat not working in 1999 dodge Durango [windkist]
Dec 30, 2007 (9:05 am)
A year too late, but back flush the heater core if all else fails. The best way to know if this is your problem is feel the hoses in and out of the heater core (located on the firewall on the 98 model) if they are both hot you need to disconnect the hoses and with just a garden hose you can fix this.
#535 of 853 Re: 1998 DODGE DURANGO SPEEDODOMETER [dodgeman98]
Dec 30, 2007 (9:24 am)
I just had this same trouble recently with my 98 Durango, it's your ABS or speed sensor on the back wheels or at least that was my trouble.
#536 of 853 Re: durango overheating [coachm]
Dec 30, 2007 (9:29 am)
Back flush the heater core.
#537 of 853 Power Windows
Dec 31, 2007 (5:43 pm)
I have a 2000 Dodge Durango. My passenger side window goes down but wont come back up
#538 of 853 Re: durango overheating [vondamnd]
Dec 31, 2007 (8:58 pm)
motor is bad. cost about 80 to 120 at dealer. easy to install. get dodge service manual and follow instructions.
#539 of 853 Dead Rear Defogger
Jan 02, 2008 (11:58 am)
My rear defogger suddenly stopped working, The glass element seems fine and I have continuity between the connectors on the glass, the black ground wire is good, the black and white wire gets no voltage when the defogger is on. I checked the switch and it's working, The black and white wire coming out of the switch has voltage when the switch is on, the rearview mirror defoggers works.
Somewhere down the line I'm guessing there is a fuse/fusable link or relay but I can't find it.
2000 Durango 5.9L 4wd