My durango shutts off when i drive slow usually in parking lots and whe i back out of parcking spots or back up hills or inclines what could it be, i have taken it to 2 shops and they can noy find any thing wrong because no codes come yp.
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Re: my durango shutts off???
Remove your A I S / I.A.C. motor on the throttle body, and clean it up good with throttle body cleaner. Make sure you spray good inside the port that it came out of too. Re--install & see if improvement. That Automatic Idle Speed ( A.I.S.) motor regulates the idle up & down according to different loads on the engine to eliminate stalling, such as when a/c turned on, brakes applied, steering turned, etc, anything that puts a load on your engine. If that works good for a while, then starts to act up again, replace it.
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If you drive with cruise control a lot then it makes a huge difference in fuel economy. The car will downshift into a much lower gear on hills than is necessary. This raises the engine RPM,s and reduces fuel mileage. If you keep it in manual downshift only if the car starts slowing down too much, but usually it will pull most hills at like 2500 rpm and will not require downshifting. Other than that if you want to go fast it allows you to wind up each gear more than if in Auto.
You need to check the cable/linkage for the shifter, If the shifter moves and it does not shift the problem could be there. If the shifter won't move the problem could also be that there is a lot of p[ressure on the trans. This could be caused by being parked on a hill or incline. If this is the case it is a very is repair, all you have to do is push the truck up the hill slightly to take the pressure off and the shifter will move. Theses are the normal things that happen there are a few other things that can happen but they are internal in the trans and are not easy to repair unless you have done this type of repair before.
do you do a lot of hills work?if so use the gears ,ifdown hill not the brakes if it is auto then slip it down i gear . make sure your rear brakes are adjusted regularly,but for the main part i would think it is the driver that is the problem,you may get an occasional faulty rotor but not three sets, over heating is the cause of your problem.dont missunderstand me chrysler brakes arent anything special but they arenot that bad , slow down
Adjustment will usually help, but try parking with front pointing down hill next time.(back in, apply E brake .) Emergency brakes usually hold better/well when vehicle front heading down hill. If it doesn't hold with front pointing down, then rear brakes need attention.
check under rear of car usually the swaybar/or end links will be broken or bushings wear out. (big bar going laterally is swaybar rubber bush. wear out, little bars on ends are end links should be connected to either the strut or the lower control arm)