Question about 2003 Dodge Durango
Hi Richard, I'm glad to help. The mechanic is the only one that can check power to the NVLD Pump because it must be actuated with the scan tool to check power. Check for a broken wires or a pin pust out on the NVLD connector. If you don't know what fuses to check then turn the key on and with a test light check all the fuses under the hood. If they are all good then you'll need it checked out further by a certified mechanic. If you do find a fuse blown and it turns out to be the one for the NVLD then replace the pump because its most likely the culprit that blew the fuse. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Richard.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the speed sensor for this vehicle is actually in the rear differential of the vehicle. this is the sensor that runs the speedometer also known as the vehicle speed sensor. there are also two speed sensors in the front one on each wheel known as wheel speed sensors these are for the abs system only
Posted on May 17, 2009
After you have removed the screws (one behind the door handle, you will see a little tab, pull it back to expose the screw) lift the panel and look behind it, there you will see (2) rods going to the door handle and lock. Use a small screw driver to pry the keepers away very gently. Pull the rods away from the keepers. Also, you may want to remove the panels from the arm rest and disconnect the wires from the control panel. I just replaced the window regulator for the second time.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
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