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You are in the Dodge Durango
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Dodge Durango, SUV
#42 of 428 Re: 2005 Durango [mepoillionfl]
Jun 15, 2010 (1:24 pm)
You really need to file a complaint with the NTHSB about what happened. I've been down that same mountain road many times on my way to Florida and its dangerous enough when your vehicle is functioning properly. It's actual injuries/fatalities and near misses such as you've experienced that my eventually prompt the government to force a recall. Save your receipts for the repairs because if something is ultimately done, Dodge will have to reimburse you for the costs of repairs. Glad to hear that no one was injured.
#43 of 428 Re: 2005 Durango [evw1959]
Jun 19, 2010 (4:14 pm)
the same thing happen to me two days ago,and the mechanic told me he never saw something like that,now it is costing me 3500 to get a new engine.
#44 of 428 Re: 2005 Durango [dmprincs]
Jun 20, 2010 (5:02 pm)
You got a good deal. It cost us $6400 plus tax to replace the engine on our 2005 Durango.
#49 of 428 Re: 2005 Durango [dgolf]
Jun 29, 2010 (10:36 pm)
I have a 2004 Durango 5.7 Hemi and when it had about 128,000 miles on it the motor went out. I'm like everyone else, that's not enough miles on a truck for it to be going out. the mechanic said that it had lost its compression. So I had to have the motor replaced. I did not get any assistance since it was out of warranty. I would be glad to to join a lawsuit.
Jun 30, 2010 (9:05 am)
can you please give me your e-mail that is not on here they keep spamming me
and take my post off
#51 of 428 Re: 2004 durango [regina9524]
Jun 30, 2010 (9:14 am)