They found an emissions leak, probably around the fuel pump where it connects to the fuel tank. Connector terminals and splices are a weak spot for looseness or corrosion, etc. If you have a gauge, check to see if you have fuel pressure when the key is turned on. That is a real problem. The interior infernos became so commonplace that Chrysler eventually issued a recall. Be sure to replace any o-rings. There will not be enough slack in these lines and wires to drop the tank to the ground and then disconnect them so be prepared to completely control the weight of the tank.
Loosen the battery negative cable terminal clamp pinch-bolt hex nut. Fan clutch may have died, or be dying. Make note of how the belts run. Chrysler products are known for the crank shaft sensor to go bad and cause a no start. Cylinder 1-8 Misfire Detected Conditions: Any time engine is running and the adaptive numerator has been successfully updated. For more information, go to.
If you have at least a few threads left, you can try screwing a double-female standoff onto the stud remnant, and then use a washer and bolt at the bottom end of the standoff to hold the strap. Do not overtighten the bolts as you'll crush the gasket. I cant afford to keep putting money in something that is still not going to drive properly with my children in it. Those blind frame studs are hardened and difficult to keep a bit on. It is filled with a silicon oil and should lock or get very stiff when the engine is hot. I have a 23 year old Jeep that doesn't have a rusty fuel tank.
Then if your memory fails, you can look at the old pump and the tank and see exactly where it should go. Answer It is located in the fuel tank which is located in front of the trunk. Loosen the battery positive cable terminal clamp pinch-bolt hex nut. My thoughts were to cut the bolt off than drill it out and re tap the hole. If you don't have enough stud left, you can drill a hole and drop a new bolt down through. A quick search shows hundreds of other Dodge owners having the same issue. I can live being a cripple but I cant live with out my wife.
Not sure why, just have no words. Have we mentioned all the reports of due to oil sludge? It can cause seriouse hard or accident. Be certain that all electrical accessories are turned off. Posted on Jan 29, 2011 There is a fuel relay switch that needs to be replaced. I called Chrysler they said to bad.
We know you love your Dodge Durango and want to make sure it's taken care of maybe he or she even has a name? I scheduled the diagnosis for the next day. If pressure is dropping too fast, if it isn't an injector, I don't know what else? I found this discussion on the same issue. Our fuel pump replacement for Dodge Durango reliably sends fuel from the tank to your vehicle's engine. My whole thing is they will replace a engine on a police vehicle with 150000 mi on them but forget the gas tank. Be sure to epoxy and also use sealant to block exhaust gases.
One thing I failed to mention though is as we were removing the fuel tank strap the bolt broke off in the frame. If necessary, … use a battery terminal puller 2 to remove the terminal clamp from the battery post. If this condition continues after these issues resolved there is likely a mechanical fault that needs a professional mechanic- like water pump, clogged radiator, failing hoses hard to tell how bad they are inside of the hose! It is not safe for my kids to be in im afraid they will be hurt or killed if it happens again. If the fan spins a bit clutch is bad. Through online research, I've discovered that many other Durango owners are experiencing this same issue. Whenever we fill the tank completely, we experience fuel puddling under the gas tank.
Worried that this could be a safety issue or a fuel loss issue, esp. So far, we have an evaporative emissions issue with CheckEngine light coming on sometimes. I will have this repaired because this is our family travel vehicle and we love the power. Match the new pump up to the old one to make sure they're identical. This problem is a safety hazard and should not happen on such a young vehicle. It has had no symptoms or issues, just turned it off after a drive and it would not start again. I just replaced mine in a 98 durango.