Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
It doesnt always do it and sometimes it will kindof jerk or sputter when in idle too! It doesnt die or anything , but check engine light is on. It is most noticable around 40 to 60 mph
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 dodge durango v8 4.7
If the speedometer still works,then no you don't need the speed sensor.The problem sounds more like the catalytic converter Which was a recall item on most Durangos and Dakotas for that year should be replaced for free at the dealer.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
I agree with Krazy.... I own a 98' D. and generally keep it tuned up every 20-30k. You might also check the air filter as well. Regular service will keep your D on the road a long time.
If you have the cash, get a K&N filter for it. It will help improve your mileage slightly, and a little added acceleration never hurts. :)
I stage 2 chipped mine, put the K&N cold air intake kit (replaced the air box for the direct air tube), put stainless headers on, replaced the exhaust with 3" stainless high flow. I also replaced the coil, cap, and wires to MSD. The truck will still like the standard Champion plugs. All of this put my little 318 at 17MPG and over 350HP (365ish).
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
the cam sensor definitly can cause the problem. pull the trouble code and make sure the check engine light is for the cam sensor. if so, replace it and retest
Posted on May 12, 2009
The sputter you feel under load is either a spark plug wire or a torque convertor shutter due to transmission fluid not being serviced properly, A code scanner connot dictate these problems, You need it tested by a pro with a "Computer" that can read pids (Sensors) as it runs to eliminate un needed repairs..
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
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