I bought my Durango brand new in 2000.
LOVED it for the most part.
Routine oil changes and maintenance, ran great.
After 100k miles, replaced water pump, heater core, radiator, transmission, fuel pump, catalytic converter, and multiple sensors.
In 2008 found out it had major issues with wires corroding in wiring harness (reason for blowing sensors). Spent $2500 for temp fix (permanent fix $5000 plus labor)
Chrysler told me this was common in the Durango but not enough for a recall.
Just changed the alternator this week and still have lots of computer issues.
It only has 157k miles on it now....Am beginning to despise it.
Think it's time to let it die and get something new I'm afraid
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