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Battery Drains While Driving

I will charge my battery and over about 2 days of driving it will die. If i do not drive it then it is fine. My speedometer goes crazy all the time now and my gas gauge will mess up every now and then...

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Bad Vibration While Driving 2011 Dodge Durango

My Durango has started having a very bad vibration while driving. not sure if it is in the transmission or if it could be tire related. The steering wheel "shakes" and the seats also shake. Any id...

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What Will Make My Heater Work It Does Not Blow Any Air At All

Blows only tiny bit of air no even enough to hear or feel it unless ur two inches away from it

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The Check Engine Light And Brake Light Are On My 2002 Dodge Durango My Mech...

lights are on but no codes come out when put on the machine

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I Have A 2006 Dodge Durango That Stop In Reverse And I Think It's Stuck In...

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About the Dodge Durango

It's an SUV that looks like a truck, acts like a truck, gets the gas mileage of a is it a truck?  Originally based on the Dakota pickup truck platform, the Dodge Durango was introduced in 1998 as a mid-size SUV that offered the power and towing capacity of a full-size truck, but the handling and manueverability of a compact SUV, with the interior comfort and luxury of a car.  It's all things for all types.

Its popularity stemmed from its enormous cargo space, three rows of seating, and engine power, headlined by a 5.9-liter, 335-hp Hemi V8.  Claiming to be the biggest, fastest, and strongest of its class, the Durango delivered on its promises, with lots of storage compartments and front seat legroom, quick acceleration on straightaways or uphill, and the ability to tow up to 8900 pounds.

Later models of the Durango moved away from its truck heritage, emphasizing its full-size SUV profile.  Post-2004 models received a redesigned platform, safety features, and suspension and steering system to provide a smoother ride and more car-like handling capabilities, without sacrificing power, attitude, or interior space.  Miserable fuel economy being a number one concern, the Dodge Durango is working on more fuel efficient engines and a hybrid model for 2008.