The consumer was able to gain control of the vehicle. These issues have been reported on Dodge Durango vehicles produced from 1998 through 2015. I am tired of being told there is nothing wrong. Nothing has changed in the year I have owned it. Common transmission problems with the Dodge Durango include the automatic transmission shifting roughly, a failure of the transmission to engage, a clunking or banging noise when the transmission shifts and transmission hesitation at certain speeds. Lost engine, brakes, steering, electrical.
Was able to restart without mishap. The consumer opened the door and reached in to buckle the child safety latch and 8 seconds later the vehicle started to roll backwards, trapping the consumer between the door and the garage bay divider. All instances have occurred at low speeds before coming to a stop at an intersection or exiting a parking lot. Took it to dealer to have it looked at. The problems didn't stop there, however. Check also our 2004 Dodge Durango manual transmission catalog.
The contact stated that the vehicle was taken for an emissions test but did not pass. Occurred once will turning into a parking lot. For several model years, Chrysler has issued a recall on the transmission control module in the Dodge Durango. The vehicle was then taken to the dealer for diagnostic testing. Have we mentioned all the reports of due to oil sludge? Owners of the recalled vehicles complained about being treated unfairly and given take-it-or-leave-it low ball settlement offers.
As a result, the vehicle struck a pole. When the vehicle was in reverse, it would shift into drive and the shifter light on the instrument panel would flicker. I've found several via limited internet search. Note: nothing was done to the car before incidents started to occur. Clunking or banging in the transmission is reported less frequently and typically results from worn clutches or gears. After the first 2 occurrences the truck was taken to the dealership where they were unable to reproduce the event and as a precaution replaced the egr valve.
My wife was knocked out of the truck and was hurt badly on her leg and it ran into my neighbor's car then rolled into the street. The vehicle was not further repaired and the failure persisted. Loss of steering, and brakes. Most recently, when the vehicle was placed into park, it began to move forward. The truck had been sitting there for 5 minutes or more till I got my neighbor to help me unload a grill out of the back.
Took the car home only to have it happen the very next morning again during deceleration to a street light. This had also happened while traveling 45 mph. Power steering went out and vehicle maneuvered into oncoming lane right of way. I have contacted Chrysler and no response. Our discount used 2004 Dodge Durango transmissions come directly from a dependable network of modern junk yards.
The interior infernos became so commonplace that Chrysler eventually issued a recall. The current mileage was approximately 75,000 and failure mileage was approximately 74,500. But instrument panel stayed lit. We had to have it towed to the dealership. Have been experiencing engine stalling while driving on 4 occasions. That same night it surged as I pulled out into traffic. At no time have we had any lights come on the dash advising of a problem.
. Was told they could not get it to stall and we would have to keep an eye out for it. This video shows you how to add transmission fluid to your 2004 Dodge Durango. Will not try driving again until solved. I have asked the dealer about it and no response. The contact filed a complaint with the manufacturer.
Usually occurs while not giving gas. The next day it died on the way to the dealership. If the transmission fluid level on your Durango is low, you need to add fluid through the dipstick tube. To restart the vehicle, you have to put it in n and turn ignition. Liken it to a power plug being pulled out and instantaneous loss of all control.