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2000, Dodge, Durango, 5.9L, 4x4, 94,0000mls


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johnece
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Oct 2, 2017, 3:13 AM

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2000, Dodge, Durango, 5.9L, 4x4, 94,0000mls Sign In

It started with the water pump replacement, that has been fixed, ignition coil, crank sensor, throttle sensor, brand new battery, before it wouldn't start now it finally starts, but it's running really rough, and the hoses seem to be swelling/swollen after it's been on, it's so rough that when test driving it died waiting at a signal light, before the water pump went out it ran great???t


Tom Greenleaf
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Oct 2, 2017, 5:51 AM

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Re: 2000, Dodge, Durango, 5.9L, 4x4, 94,0000mls Sign In

? Just how hot did you allow this to get before shutting down engine to prevent real damage?
Hoses swelling? How old were they? The pressure is controlled by the pressure cap really should be able to exceed its rated pressure alone means little.


Not running well is still unknown - more damage or just all memory lost perhaps disconnecting battery at all without saving memory or improper replacement of other parts mentioned.


Hard to say as you said if I read you that it didn't run when water pump failed? Suggests you really smoked it to an extreme. IDK, take it back and see why all those other parts were enough it should have been diagnosed for not running at all and why not just throwing stuff at it like that there's more to this to diagnose and do just items needed. Just hoses if that old and worthy more parts should all have been replaced but not the up front problem IMO it seriously overheated is,


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