Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
This means no communication with the ecm. you have a power loss issue. check the common easy one.go in the engine compartment fuse box and look for a BOLTED juntion on the incoming power supply to the box. they lossen up alot and get corroded and burnt from arcing. clean tighten and try. if not then you have wireing gremlins elsewhere common too is in the steering colum but with the air bag circuits there i cannot advise you on this and will need to go in for service. good luck!
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