Question about Dodge Cars & Trucks
Wow....sounds a little odd that the car manufacturer can't get the part....try on-line searching the part. If you have the actual part number...enter it into the search engine on your home page. Check each of the found topics your search engine gives you for availability of your part.
Secondly....try the auto wrecking yards....call to each inquiring if they have a car in their lot that is the same as your car. Also...before calling....check and see if your cars vacuum diaphragm is used in any other dodge series cars....actually...the guys at the wrecking yards will be able to answer that question better than anyone else...so just call the wrecking yards...one by one ....asking if they have a wrecked Durango that has a salvageable vacuum diaphragm.
You may or may not find your part...but i'll bet the information you get by doing these two auto part finding tasks will give you additional ideas of how you will advance in your search.
It could help to get yourself a Chilton's manual for your vehicle and double checking the part name and number to make sure you are asking and giving the correct part info when talking to a dealer auto part supplier.
Good luck in your search, there is bound to be a replacement part out there for your auto, unless it was a one of a kind build or customized in some way to not be original manufacturer produced. In which case....you will have to talk to the originator to get a solution.
Posted on May 01, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wiring and vacuum diagrams
wiring diagrams for a lot of vehicles (but not all!)
go to autozone . com
repair info (on the left)
vehicle repair guides (center panel)
put in your vehicle info
select chassis electrical
then wiring diagrams (on the right, bottom of the list)
You might be able to find vacuum diagrams also, but I'm not sure.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
You can buy adaptor plugs that allow a simple hook up at most car stereo places. However, when you increase the power going to the speakers you also have to replace the speakers to handle the higher power or you'll toast them.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
There should be a routing diagram under the hood somewhere. But in case it is missing, here is the routing diagram. Same for all engines that year.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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