3 years ago, I parked my 98 in my back yard. She was rode hard and put up wet. I bought a travel trailer and the 4.7 in the Dakota isnt as strong as we thought it was so the next option was bringing Old Blue out of retirement. She needed steering knuckles on both sides, a new fender on the passenger side, a new front bumper, tie rods, shocks, front discs and pads, new tires, new radiator, a few injectors, rear window motor, front and rear light assemblies, engine and trans oil and filters changed and a power steering pump. After I got rid of the squirrel nests I found out that squirrels like to eat wires and chew on plastics, so I had to replace the brake reservoir, windshield washer reservoir, the PCM (if they get the injector wires, the PCM gets fried when you start it), several wires, radio, and then I got carried away. She has kept me busy for the last 2 months but Im finally 99% finished. Just a few things to add to make me happier but she is 100% up and running now.
Sweet and a good vintage year! I like the new paint scheme Welcome to the forum btw.
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Our 99 will be registered again July next year, for our daughters first car.
Looks like i'll be needing to do tires and AC to make her road worthy...
1999 Durango 360 FM 50mm, PS Headers, K&N FIPK, Rancho RSX's, SuperChips 3865, T/S lift, Hughes plenum/rebuild
2012 Challenger SXT 3.6l, 267HP, 254 torque, Diablo Intune, FM 74/80mm_GONE
2015 Dart Aero turbo1.4t, GFB DV+ BOV, MP TB, 14.5g Tank
2004 RAM HEMI QC LB 7" lifted 2WD Rancho9000x, FM 84mm, SC 3815, factory freak
2005 Magnum R/T 2WD "police package"_GONE
2018 Durango GT 3.6l, FM 74/80mm TB