Question about 1998 Dodge Durango
This began yesterday morning. It acted like the battery was dead, I jumped it and it started fine. Took a 3 hour road trip, had started it 2 times since jumping it - and it did it again.
When it does this, there is a ticking noise coming from the glove box. When you open the truck's doors, try to start it (turnt he key at all), or open the glove box the noise stops. Seems like using power causes the noise to stop. You cannot hear the noise under the hood, only inside the truck.
I have had the Battery, Alternator and Starter checked - all are fine.
Disconnecting the battery and reconnecting it seems to correct the problem.
Cut the negative battery cables open & positve one's too.If they're green or sorta green they're shot. You'ld be amazed at what good cables can do.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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