Dodge Durango owners manuals
- The second generation of the Durango, from 2004-2009 is affected by the Takata defective airbag inflator recall.
- The late second generation of Durango from 2007-2009 and early third generation from 2011-2015 are affected by the Totally Integrated Power Module (TIPM) known issues.
- Owners of the first generation of the Durango (1998-2003) reported problems when the vehicle was stationary they can’t put the car into gear.
- Oil residue and sludge-related engine failure of Chrysler's 2.7L engine affecting the first generation of Durango models.
The Dodge Durango is a full-size SUV manufactured by Dodge. The first two generations were based on the Dodge Dakota, both highlighted a body-on-frame structure and both were produced in Delaware.
The third-generation Durango is developed on the same platform as the Jeep Grand Cherokee and has been constructed in Detroit, Michigan, as of mid-2010.
The new model of Durango is equipped either with the 360-hp V-8 engine or with the 293-hp V-6 engine and paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission. The Durango with the V-6 reached a 7.4-second zero-to-60-mph sprint while the V-8 did it in 6.2 seconds.