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Will A 4.7 Motor Out Of A 2x4 Truck Fit In A 4x4 Truck

I am trying to find a motor for my durango 4x4 and have found a dukota 2x4 but was told it won't work

64 views with 4 answers (last answer 8 hours ago)

My 2002 Dodge Durango Abs Light Blinks And A Tone Put New Rear Sensor Clea...

need some help with this one new rear brakes new lines new abs mod no codes still blinking with tone if you know how to fix it let me know please

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Will Trany And Transfer Swap 99 Durango 318 To A 99 Ram 1500 With 360

Durango has 318 my 99 ram has 360 will transmission and transfer case enter change between the two different engine sizes?

21 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 days ago)

Will A 99 318 Durango Engine Fit Into A 03 Durango 4x4

I have a 99 dodge Durango 2wd with 139k on it. I found a 2003 model Durango 4x4 but needs a motor for $500. Will my motor from the 99 model fit into the 03 4x4 model

45 views with 1 answer (last answer 4 days ago)

After I Removed The Headrest, There Is A Wire Connected To It. What Is That...

There is wire connect to my headrest. What is it for? I bought a set of DVD headrest for my Grandkids and wanted to install them, but not sure want that wire controls.

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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.