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#7 of 36 Re: Dodge Durango Starting problem [starla]
Nov 29, 2008 (7:04 pm)
It likely is not your starter. I had the same issue. Start by replacing your battery cables and terminals. That should do the trick. The clicking occurs when the battery does not have a good enough connection.
#8 of 36 Re: Problems starting - any suggestions? [tec3b]
Dec 14, 2008 (8:56 am)
I have a 1999 dodge durango and I was having that problem that it would drive good for a couple of days starting up and than after a couple of days I had to get a jump for it to start up.my mechanic told me it was the starter so I ended up replacing that and now it still doing the same thing it acts like it not going to turn over but it does and then I have to reset the time and everything as if the battery was taken out and replace so when you get a answer please let me know
Dec 16, 2008 (2:00 pm)
well try this the tensioner pulley sometimes it gets a bit loose and when you start the engine it pulls the band so hard but once the pulley gets warm it sets back to its normal tension so try changing that and new belt
#11 of 36 My Durango Won't Start
Aug 20, 2009 (4:51 pm)
My Durango won't start it just clicks Im 3 starters in and nothing it just clicks I've replaced the battery and terminals and it's still just clicking anybody have any suggestions?
Sep 14, 2009 (6:34 pm)
Hi, ok my sister has a 1999 durango and the battery keeps draining on it. Also when i do jump it or get it started, if i dont keep giving it gas it wont stay on. Going from P to R then againd R - D, now when im out driving it after i let it warmup i can sit at a red light and it doesnt stall out... the battery doesnt seem to be draining while the engine is running, ive test the battery its good. Could somebody please help me help her so i may be done with this.. thank you very much
#13 of 36 Cold Start Problem 2001 Durango
Sep 18, 2009 (6:29 am)
I have a 2001 Durango. When the car sits overnight or after it has been sitting for a couple hours it takes 5-8 seconds of cranking before it starts. I do not have this problem if it has been running, ie if i drive it, turn it off and turn it back on, no problem. Dealer told me to replace fuel pump module. This did not fix the problem. any other suggestions?
#16 of 36 Re: Cold Start Problem 2001 Durango [umlutz]
Nov 15, 2009 (10:50 pm)
I have a 2004 with the exact same problem. They had to run an update to the anti theft devise. Fixed the problem.
I hope this helps.