8th Aug 2003, 15:59

On a 98' Dodge Durango, I constantly replace the front rotors and brake pads. And, only the outer pads diminishes much sooner than the inner pads. Since 98' till now, all four tires have been replaced yearly. The tires have been balanced and an aligned and still I have the same problems.

20th Aug 2003, 23:58

I have a 2000 Durango SLT right front and left rear windows, will not work. What can I do to fix this.

23rd Sep 2003, 07:56

2000 Dodge Durango SLT right rear passenger window will not work, left rear passenger door lock will not work makes an awful noise when triggered. A/C works well in cooler climates not in phoenix summer heat, it blows out hot air eventually if you drive too much (2 miles and then stop light).

28th Jul 2004, 22:45

I just recently bought a used 1998 Durango and I am having some problems with it wanting to stay started? It will turn over, but if I let off the gas it dies on me. I am thinking it's a gas filter, anyone else have this problem?

4th Oct 2004, 16:36

I recently had similar experience; I replaced the battery and MY particular problem was gone!

18th Jul 2006, 00:14

1998 Dodge Durango- Fuel filter killed motor at 53k. Tires replaced yearly. Shop just told me an alignment is useless on my Durango until upper and lower ball joints are replaced- 75k. Tire sensor bad at 65k. Tranny is acting up, fingers are crossed on that. Too bad it was the only vehicle with a third seat when I bought.

18th Jul 2006, 16:39

How did the fuel filter kill the engine? Just gotta replace it to get the engine running...

15th Mar 2007, 22:49

For the person with rear window problem. Make sure that there isn't a short, or bad connection, especially where the wires run out the door (near the hinge). Although it would be unusual for both to have the same problem, it is not completely uncommon. You can also check the Driver's door switches for shorts. If your truck had work done to it which involved the removal of the door panels (such as an accident), it is possible that the wiring harnesses were not reconnected, in this case, remove the panels with a door clip tool (which is "v" shaped), and plug them back in. Although this isn't much, I hope it helps.