About Dodge Durango
Dodge Durango is a sport utility vehicle (SUV) manufactured by FCA US LLC since 1997. The first Dodge Durango was a truck-based SUV introduced in 1997. It has been produced through three generations and evolved from a mid-size SUV to a full-size SUV.
The second generation Durango (2003-2009) was first unveiled at the 2003-2004 Detroit Auto Show as a concept car. There were four trim levels available in Dodge Durango: basic SXT, SLT, Adventurer and Limited. It was powered by 3.7 L 210 hp Magnum V6 engine, 4.7 L 235 hp Magnum V8, 5.7 L 335 hp Hemi V8 and 4.7 L 303 hp Corsair V8 engines mated to 4-speed and 5-speed automatic transmissions. In 2010, the third generation Dodge Durango (2010-present) was put into production. It then featured only two engines. Base engine is 3.6 L 290 hp Pentastar V6 engine with 260 lb of torque mated to 5-speed W5A580 automatic transmission and 5.7 L 360 hp Hemi VVT V8 engine with 390 lb of torque mated to 5-speed 545RFE automatic transmission. It offered more trim levels including Express, Crew, SXT, SXT Plus, Crew Plus, Limited, GT, R/T and Citadel.
Dodge Durango Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
It is not rare that some problems would appear if Dodge Durango reached at certain mileage. According to people's driving experience, here are the most common troubles on Durango:
First, braking system goes wrong. Drivers stated that leaking brake fluids became visibly present after brakes were applied. Either the Brake Warning Light or Parking Brake Light came on. The parking brake could not function and pedal or lever became loose and it could not hold the Dodge Durango properly. If you have any suspicion of your Durango having braking system, you can check the brake line or parking brake cable first.
Second, cooling issues. Some described that their Durango engines overheated a lot. And the Low Coolant Light was constantly illuminated and had to refill the coolant continuously. At the same time, visible leaking coolant could be found beneath the Dodge Durango. It is probably the radiator hose was collapsed or broken, as above signs are exactly the signs of bad radiator hose.
In order to lengthen your Dodge Durango's lifespan and enjoy the advantages brought by modern Durango, you need to take good care of every part of it. Antenna and antenna mast are responsible for provide you an enjoyable and relaxing infotainment. If you want to enjoy pleasant entertainment resources while driving, I highly advise you that please remember to keep antenna or antenna mast in good condition.
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