My durango is haveing a tough time getting started. any ideas as to what it could be. AZ told me that the crank sensor was and the timing chain wasn't timed right, but I just fixed both? any ideas?

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Asked by Jan 31, 2010 at 10:30 PM about the Dodge Durango

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

hello all, I just got my durango back from the mechaninc that fixed the timing for me. Every since then I've been having troubles gettng my truck started. So I took it to AZ and they pulled five codes from it. They seemed to say that the cam sensor was bad and needed to be replaced so I did. The truck still doesn't work right. I checked online and some sites said that the real culprit could be the crank sensor. The mechanic that fixed it said that the comuter could be going bad. I don't know what the problem could be, all I want is my trucj to act right. It runs fine after I get started. it idles fine and doesn't hesitate when I drive though whenever I mash on the gas it jerks a little. Another code was a misfire so i'm sure that comes into play there. If anyone has any ideas please feel free to share, thanks.

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it could be the transmission, i have a similar problem it comes and goes. fyi make sure you put it in the correct gear because it can get worse.

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