This Dodge Durango Has a Serious Problem, DIY and car repair with Scotty Kilmer. Dodge Durango review. How to fix car problems. Dodge Durango problems. A serious problem in many Dodge cars and trucks. How to fix a Dodge that dies on the road. Why not to buy a Dodge. Serious car problems. Car Advice. DIY car repair with Scotty Kilmer, an auto mechanic for the last 51 years.

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  1. chris gast

    I have a 19 year old Dodge Durango that is still running. I should get my ODB2 scanner out and double-check the engine light, just to be sure. I'll probably have to buy a new vehicle soon, due to the rusty edges of the truck falling apart. If only I made enough money, I might be willing to fix that up so I can keep it going for as long as I can (it's up to 200k+ miles). Eh… not sure it's worth it – even though it's stayed tough for as long as it has.

  2. davidc502

    I've known several people over the years who have owed Durango's, and they have all had problems. My advice is to stay away from them unless you don't keep cars long.

  3. Jarred Smith

    It's probably the crack sensor but dodges are junk. I will get nothing but a Toyota or a Honda cause they last forever and everything is junk.

  4. drxsiickx

    Hey Scotty, I own a 2014 Infiniti Q60(basically a G37) What is happening is that when I’m driving and I give it some gas it will not go. Rpm’s jump to 2.5k and then stay there for about 3 seconds and then it goes to almost red line and it hardly gains any speed and then if I shut the car off for more than 10 seconds it will work fine. This happens randomly. I’ve taken the car to 2 different dealerships and they can’t figure out what it is. Any ideas as to what it could be?

  5. Louis Jones

    This was a great video. More old school scotty working on cars please!

  6. Thomas Rossi

    Sounds like my 2006 Dodge Charger. It will randomly stall (months between occurrences) and it has only stored a code once (p0700 – loss communication with TCM). It restarts immediately, but sometimes, it will loose connection to the transmission. (After restarting – shift to drive but it acts like it’s in neutral) I’ll shut it off & restart and it will be fine.
    My nephews 2014 Dart will also stall. It too has only stored a code once (evap issue). But runs fine otherwise.

  7. Lino Rojo

    All these issues is just the usual. Chrysler at it's finest.

  8. Carlos Alvarez

    I wish I would have started watching your channel before I bought my 2003 ram 1500. Having a weird issue lately where if I'm backing out of the driveway or parking spot, then go into drive, the truck won't shift into drive. It's almost like it's in neutral. Only happened maybe one a month and all I usually do is turn off the engine and it works fine after. And a few weeks ago I parked to check directions on my phone, but kept the truck running, then when I went into reverse the engine turned off.

  9. Scotty Kilmer

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