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Start simple and check yourfuel relays and fuses! Next vacumes and air filter! Then spark plug wires&plugs and as I was told grounds on both starter and altenator. if that doesnt help check fuel filter and regulator then make sure the line isnt pinched! that was my last problem and didnt find out till i dropped the fuel tank!
Set the E-brake and jack up the car. Remove wheel Locate the brake line going to the caliper and remove it from the caliper. Remove the caliper by removing the 2 bolts behind it. Detach the caliper and set aside. Install new caliper and pads. Tighten the bolts behind the caliper. Attach the brake line. Open fluid cap on the brake fluid reservoir Have an assistant pump the brake peddle 3 times and hold the peddle firm Loosen the bleeder on the caliper just long enough to allow air to escape. Repeat this process until all air has been removed. About every 9 pumps check the fluid level.
Those two 10mm bolts and the two hose clamps (one on the throttle body and one under the "box") hold the upper air box in place. Remove this box and you will see the portion of the air cleaner that holds the air filter. You must remove another 10 mm bolt in order to lift the portion that contains the air filter out. Good luck Dano
Drive the Durango for 15 to 20 minutes to warm up the transmission fluid. When the fluid is warm, it will drain better and remove more contaminants from the engine. Raise and support the front of the Durango on ramps or jack stands. Place a large drain pan beneath the transmission.
Loosen the transmission pan retaining bolts with a socket wrench. Remove the bolts, but leave one at each of the four corners of the transmission pan. Slowly loosen the remaining bolts a little at a time.Fluid should begin to drain from the seal on the transmission pan. If the pan is stuck, break the seal by gently prying it loose or tapping it with a rubber mallet.
Support the pan with one hand and remove the bolts on one side of the pan. Allow the transmission fluid to drain until it stops. Remove the two last bolts. Remove the pan and drain the rest of the fluid.
Remove the three screws that hold the filter onto the transmission. Note that these screws may be Torx style. Install a new transmission fluid filter.
Clean the transmission pan and the magnet with solvent. Remove the old gasket material from the transmission pan. You may need a scraper to remove it all. Clean the mating surfaces with a lint-free cloth soaked in solvent. Let the pan air dry.
Put the new gasket on the pan and align them. Remove the gasket, apply a few drops of adhesive on the pan and replace the gasket. Realign the gasket before the adhesive dries.
Replace the pan onto the transmission and replace the retaining bolts. Tighten the bolts in a crisscross fashion to 150-inch pounds with a torque wrench. Return the Durango to level ground.
Refill the transmission with new fluid a little at a time, while checking the level often. Continue to add transmission fluid until it passes the "Add" mark on the dipstick, but doesn't pass the "Full" mark.
Start the engine, shift the transmission through all the gears and place the gear selector back in "Park." Recheck the transmission fluid level and add more fluid if needed. Don't overfill the transmission.
Replace the dipstick into the filler tube. Turn off the engine.
Check in the drivers side rear of engine take off the air housing and use 13mm. deep
socket w / 3inch ext. and air ratchet to remove 2 bolts, then take tire
off inner splash panel then 8mm wobble w / 24inch ext to take 1 tube bolts
loosen other one and pull out as ***. Reverse to install.
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It is on the drivers side, rear of engine. You will have to take the air housing off. Use 13mm deep socket to remove the 2 13mm bolts, and then take off the inner tire splash pannel. then 8mm with a 1.5 to 2 foot extension to take out 1 tube bolt, loosen other one & pull out the entire thing. the reverse the procees to install the new one. Its not as easy as it sounds and i recomend using air tools if you have them for the 2 13mm's. I also grabbed a diagram offline for you.
no ya don't, its simple take an 8mm socket and remove the two bolts at the top and loosen the intake tube from the t-body. pull the intake resonater off. then you have 1 10mm bolt that holds the air filter. remove that bolt then pull out the airr filter cover. it can be a pain to go back together with it.:) good luck. but all ya need is a 8mm and a 10mm with perhaps a screwdriver for the claMPS
make sure engine is cool then drain coolant by opening the drain plug at bottom of radiator. remove cap from radiator so coolant will continue to drain and when coolant is down enough to pull off upper radiator hose at intake then close drain, then remove two bolts at coolant housing and remove thermostate. clean gasket material from intake and housing and replace with new gasket and thermostate tighten bolts install hose fill rad with coolant water mix 50/50 and run engine with heat on floor until gets hot and you see coolant flowing in rad, install cap
loosen the clamp at the throttle plate, remove two 10mm bolts from intake resionator, rewove pcv fresh air tube, loosen clamp on resionator to filter housing, remove 10mm bolt at top of filter housing, remove filter housing, open housing remove filter install new filter and reverse process.