Originally Posted by Vic2154
Vibration...Hello, I have a 2018 Durango srt with 6k miles, i Know the MDS switches from 4cyl to 8cyl but does it have to vibrate? I had a 2015 RT and I donít remember feeling the vibration I do now, I know on sport mode it doesnít do it, but its annoying pressing the SRT button every time I get in the car to activate sports mode. Has anyone gotten an upgrade from the dealership to stop the vibration or does anyone has any option for me or I just have to deal with this issue and drive it on sport
Along with fast clicking, I am getting a message that the left rear turn signal on my 2014 Dodge Durango Citadel is faulty. However, the fast clicking is intermittent and has healed itself and reoccurred more than once. I tested the operation of the turn signals and brake lights, and they are functioning properly.
Thinking that I should check for a faulty bulb, I removed the left rear light assembly and everything in it is LED. I rechecked the function of the turn signal and
i was wondering if it is worth buying a cold air intake if i take my 2003 durango offroad it will be mostly a daily for work but will go out and play around in the hills every once in awhile i just dont want to have issues with sucking in water since i live in washington. but i have thought about short ram intake what would be the best setup for a daily/weekend toy.
Good day family wanted to know is there any lowering springs out there I can utilize for my vehicle having a hard time finding anything thank you in advance.
The tailgate on my 20011 Durango started sagging so I replaced the passenger side strut since it was cheaper and easier to replace than the driver side strut. After replacing passenger side strut I continued having issues wit tailgate sagging. Few weeks later I coughed up the $200 to replace the driver side power lift motor/strut with the wiring harness. After replacement the tailgate still sagged. I have noticed that in cold weather the tailgate sags really bad but in warm/hot weather I have no