2006 Durango 5.7l Hemi has an engine roar when accelerating. Is there a hose diconnected?


Asked by Jun 15, 2015 at 10:57 AM

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Stanford Baddley

Possibly the clutch fan making noise. This is a common issue. Check that and let me know.

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Is the air intake stock or do you have a cold air pack on it? Stanford is right about the fan clutch, for some reason they seem to be a high fail on Dodge's.

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