Question about Dodge Durango
Since you have changed the oil & filter of the trans... the Problem may be electrical in nature or in the torque converter, and fluid should be checked there too.
Not having any gears smells of an electrical problem such as a gear position switch.
Normally - transmissions will not just stop working - there will be warning signs.
Take it to a dealer (or good mechanic) and have them read the transmission codes. This will save you alot of $$ by diagnosing an electrical or sensor problem instead of throwing money at the transmission blindly.
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