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Well dude, it depends on what the shape the vehicle is in. i just bought a loaded 2001 durango 4x4 all power, black leather, heated seats...etc. i bought it for $2800. but its had 2 weird noises, (probably why i got such a good deal) one sounded like lifter noise in the engine that slowly went away for the most part when the engine heated up, it turned out i had an exhaust manifold bolt snapped off in the block. after a trip to the parts store, 60 cents, and 30 minutes i had the problem solved. then the other weird noise was a loud humming noise heard from about 20mph-80mph. some grinding when i turned, lots of clunking noise. thankfully my brother is a mechanic, he said it was probably a wheel bearing. so i went to O'riely auto parts, they wanted $237 for the whole wheel bearing/hub. so i went home and ordered one off the internet from AM autoparts, shipped to my house for $103 instead of O'reily's 237. and turns out it completely solved my problem, took about 1 hour to change. love the durango, drives good, sounds good, looks good. now i have a cruise controll still love the truck!

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