I have a 2005 Dodge Durango ST 4x4 automatic, and every now and then when I put it in reverse there will be these gears grinding. I have no idea what this could be. can anyone help?
if I put it in reverse and just turn the wheel a little bit the gears grind even more and louder that's when I hit the brakes put it in park turn off the car and turn it back on and it will be fine. I have no idea on what this could be.
I had a similar issue with my '01 Durango. Just recently I had the CV Trans axle replaced and I still had a nasty grinding sound. It turned out to be the front shaft propeller. A bearing blew a hole in it. Fortunately the front shaft was only bolted on so it could be removed. If it slides into the transfer case it can't be removed. I can still drive my truck but I can't use the 4 wheel drive. Sounds like it may be that or its just the u joint. I've had lots of issues with the drivers front tire with the CV trans axle and the bearings in the hub. Sometimes things aren't greased up like they should be and they will break. I hope this helps you out!
Sounds like the 4 wheel drive is trying to engage on its on it could be that the linkage to the stick is loose and needs to be adjusted or if it is turn button it my be lack of vacuum it changes from hi to low and two high off of vacuum it might have a pinched line or broken hose
Search Dodge Durango Questions
Dodge Durango Experts
Related Models For Sale
Used Cars For Sale