Changed crank and cam sensor. In addition, the vehicle stalled often, would not restart, and the headlights failed to illuminate. The failure and current mileage was 165,000. Charger port in front panel stopped working on the second day I owned it. I put the gear shift into neutral as I rolled along and turned on the ignition to restart the engine.
A check engine light came on and I took it in for service and they flushed my transmission fluid and said that if it did it again they would try replacing the selenoid in the transmission. I have encountered it stalling making turns, driving down the street and at lights. The contact stated that while driving approximately 30 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. Oil changed every 3-4k miles. Complaint Number: 10874853 Incident Date: June 1, 2007 Date Added to File: June 17, 2016 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2005 dodge durango. I hope this known safety issue is able to be resolved. It has always had a stutter when driving.
For all other vehicles, Chrysler notified owners and the recall began on February 3, 2015. Note: This recall supersedes recall 14V-7700. The third time it done this I was setting at a red light and the vehicle lost power and would not go over 15 mph. Drove the car about 15 miles or less and it died again. We replaced those and my thermostat and they said it should be fine. Complaint Number: 10508331 Incident Date: April 10, 2013 Date Added to File: April 15, 2013 Description of the Complaint: Started durango and let it warm up at idle for 3 mins.
A cable connects the assembly to the accelerator pedal. Totally disappointed in lack of consideration by the dodge corp. Chrysler's number for this recall is S43. Currently still own vehicle and had one injury accident in 2013 directly related to stalling issues. I put the gear shift into neutral and turned the ignition switch back on.
I have only had 5 months and after the first month it stalled on me. The combination of the Durango's all-wheel drive and generous ride height with the Blizzaks' winter blocks proved unstoppable. I take it to mechanics and they say they can't identify the problem--but they recognize there's a problem. This investigation needs to be reopened! The manufacturer was notified of the failure. Soon after suv would not start at all.
The approximate failure mileage was 156,800. I have read so many of the exact same complaints by other owners and wonder why nothing has been done about this yet?? Complaint Number: 10749636 Incident Date: August 17, 2015 Date Added to File: August 18, 2015 Description of the Complaint: The car dint show any sing of having problem staring or stalling or nothing the engine just made a big noise like something blew up and everything shut off. When this happens, you can't steer because that only works with the car running. I had to tow my car home. It usually will happen if I am turning a corner, coming to a stop and then trying to accelerate, or going through parking lots. Almost caused vehicle to be rear ended pulling out into traffic.
To date this vehicle has been in the shop 4 times. The approximate failure mileage was 142,000. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. Found out Dodge has two service bulletins to keep this from occurring, sb 18-006-05 rev a and 18-024-06. Have to close the rear hatch twice for cargo light warning on dash to go out. The vehicle is still experiencing the same problems as before the recall repairs. It occurs frequently since that time.
Chrysler redesigned the cowl to correct the problem but did not notify owners or recall the vehicles to fix the issue. The vehicle was restarted after several minutes and was taken to an independent mechanic, who advised the contact that they were unable to generate a failure code. Complaint Number: 10510833 Incident Date: June 6, 2012 Date Added to File: May 6, 2013 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2005 dodge durango. The schools in my town get packed with traffic and you have to kinda of stop and go at a slow pace for long periods of time. That is how I found this site. These inflators may rupture due to propellant degradation occurring after long-term exposure to absolute humidity and temperature cycling. The approximate failure mileage was 50,000.