I have a 2000 dodge durango that keeps dying

Asked by Aug 17, 2015 at 07:58 PM about the 2000 Dodge Durango SLT 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

A month ago my durango stopped working
on the freeway and the battery was leaking
acid when the battery was changed it drove
for a little while then completely died when
a phone charger was plugged in. Since then
I have had my PCM and CTM changed my
alternator and battery changed and the
alternator pigtails changed. Earlier today the
durango stopped in the street but all of the
electronics still worked, about ten minutes
after it started like nothing happened but
after the car was turned off the battery died
if it helps its a 4.7 liter v8 engine

3 Answers

Because it's a Dodge...it was a POS from Day One!! Oh Lawd! You need a car upgrade, like now!! KA-Pow!! Give up that old junker cause it's blowing serious boners! Get rid of it ASAP!! UGH! Trade this POS car in, Bubba!! Time for a brand new start!! Room-A-Zoom-Zoom, baby!! Summer Sales are still Sizzlin' HOT and you could be stylin' & profilin' in a new ride with fries on the side!! You can do this!

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Check for a blown alternator fuse.

Check for blowin' boners

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