How to Replace the Wheel Speed Sensor in a Dodge Durango?

Answer The anti-lock brake system, also known as ABS, senses the speed of each wheel and notes when one locks up, thus relieving the hydraulic pressure in that wheel to avoid a skid. The wheel speed senso... Read More »

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Dodge Durango 5.9 Specs?

The Durango, a spinoff of the Dakota truck, entered into Dodge's lineup in 1998 and remains as of 2010, with no end in sight. The Dodge Durango is equipped with a 5.9-liter V-8 in 2000, 2001 and 2... Read More »

How to Replace a Tie Rod in a Dodge Durango?

When the workhorse that is the Dodge Durango has a bent or damaged tie rod, it's akin to the famous horse that lost its horse shoe nail. While a kingdom won't be lost if the tie rods aren't replace... Read More »

How much can a'99 Dodge Durango pull?

When Tom Tellem, a contributor to Edmunds Inside Line, completed his full test of the 1999 Dodge Durango, he reported that the car was capable of towing up to 7,600 lbs.Source:Inside Line: Full Tes... Read More »

How to Replace a Tie Rod End in a Dodge Durango?

When your Dodge Durango tracks crookedly, even after it's been aligned, it's probably time to replace the tie rod ends. You'll find a dramatic improvement, and the best part is even the amateur mec... Read More »