2011 Dodge Durango Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2011 Dodge Durango

A ticking type noise may develop, most noticeable when the engine is cold. This is commonly caused by one or more broken exhaust manifold bolts. Our technicians recommend to replace the broken bolts as needed, also the exhaust manifold gaskets should be replaced at this time.

when i start my truck the interior light come on and will not go off. lights will stay on while i am driving. When i cut the car off and take the key out they stay on. they do dim a little but they do not go off . i have to dicunect the batt every night to get the to turn off but as soon as i conect it back, the lights come . what could be cuseing this?

Some vehicles may develop a musty odor coming from the HVAC system, Dodge has issued a cleaner/disinfectant and a coating for the evaporator designed to inhibit bacterial growth.

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I received a exclamation light this morning and the message said high beams are on. I have never received this before. Is this something that I can fix without taking it into the shop?

it started last night and still continuing this morning.

Dealer wants to charge me over 400 bucks to change the filter and the transmission fluid. My manual says it doesn't need to be changed on this engine until or after 100,000 miles, but the mechanic says it should be changed every 64,000 miles. I had a Chrysler Concorde that I drove for 442,00...

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The alternator can fail, causing loss of electrical power and possible engine stalling. Dealers will repair the vehicle free of charge (the repair procedure is not available as of the time of this writing).

The fuel pump relay inside the Totally Integrated Power Module (TIPM-7) may fail, causing the vehicle to stall without warning. Dealers will replace the relay with an external one free of charge to resolve the concern.

The power brake booster in these vehicles uses vacuum developed by the engine to provide power assistance to the braking system. Certain vehicles are being recalled because the shell of the vacuum brake booster can corrode and allow water to get inside. The water inside could freeze and limit ability of the brake booster to provide brake assistance. This reduced braking ability can increase the risk of a crash. Dealers will test the brake booster and replace those that fail, and all vehicles will have a diverter shield installed on the brake booster to prevent this from occurring in the future.

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