The 99 Durango has plenty of horses to
get up and go, but it has been a
struggle to keep it on the road. I
have had problem with the entire front
suspension, the A/C, the air bag,
various sensors, the engine was using
oil at the rate of a quart every 800
miles, and the last thing is the
transmission blew to the tune of
$5000. This car only has 70,000 miles
on it and I have already put close to
$11,000 in repair bills. I am so
upside down that I can see China!!
The only redeeming feature of the
Durango is the raw horsepower of the
Take the radiator cap off and keep it.
Start all over from there!
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