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2000 dodge durango air pocket

There is an air pocket in my cooling system but it want come out!

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    tkob42469 Jan 05, 2013

    my thermostat has been replaced

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You may have to run the engine with the filler cap loose until the thermostat opens at 195 degrees, then finish filling the radiator.
It can be very messy.

Posted on Jan 05, 2013

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All you need to do is Remove the POSATIVE cable from the battery for about 25 seconds then reconnect it. This will reset the computer and everything else!

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SOURCE: replace thermostat in 2000 durango

If you look down on the radiator, on the left side, there is a larrge hose coming out of the radiator toward the engine. Where the hose ends there is a housing with 2 bolts. The Thermostat is found under that. Remove the 2 bolts an replace the thermostat. Unles your arms are very long and thin, you will probably need to do this from under the car.
Perfect time to flush/fill all coolant. Check and replace any needed hoses/clamps.

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SOURCE: loacte the fuel filter on 2000 dodge durango 4.7 liter v8

if i am not mistaken the fuel filter is built into the fuel pump. which requires you to drop the tank and replace both.

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SOURCE: 2002 Dodge Durango air conditioner compressor cycles on and off.

the compressor should cycle on and off . it should run till it hits high pressure then the pressure switch tunrs it off

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SOURCE: 2000 dodge durango driver side window problem

durangos have many problems with the windows motors and regulators, I know for personal experience , because I have one, ...when you try rolling the windows down do you hear any noise coming from inside the door..if so.. the cable is busted ..you will need the windows regulator, if no, is probably the motor..you will have to check for power and ground right at the motor connector...if power and ground are present, then you need a motor ....in mine ,I pull the motor and cleaned , and they have been fine for more than a year, I starter with one and them had to do the same to all of them..hope this help

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