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How do i know if i need to fix the rear differential on my 1998 dodge durango

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Is the rearend cluncking when going around corners or are thw rear wheels "chirpiing" when you go around corners or is there a clunking when you are driving straight? Those are the starting points in pin pointing a possible axle differential problem

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1998 dodge durango. howling noise differential.


time to pull the diff centre as the noise is from incorrect positioning of the crown wheel and pinion. This happens from failed pinion bearings or side carrier bearings.. Could be lack of oil or the wrong oil if it is a limited slip diff.

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HOW TO CHANGE 1998 DODGE DURANGO SPEED SENSOR


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How much oil do you put into the differential?


000 DODGE TRUCKS DURANGO 5.9L 8-cyl Engine Code [Z]
Limited Slip Differential, Rear 8.25-9.25 W/ TT......GL-5* All TEMPS......75W-140
Standard Differential, Rear 8.25-9.25 W/ TT......GL-5 All TEMPS......75W-140
Limited Slip Differential, Rear 8.25-9.25 W/O TT......GL-5* All TEMPS......75W-90
Standard Differential, Rear 8.25-9.25 W/O TT......GL-5 All TEMPS......75W-90
Note:Trak-Lok axles require Mopar limited slip additive limited slip additive 04318060 or equivalent
Differential, With 7.25 RingGear Rear..........1.4 liters Fill no higher then 3/4 inch below plug hole.
Differential, With 8.25 RingGear Rear..........2.1 liters Fill no higher then 1/4 inch below plug hole.
Differential, With 9.25 RingGear Rear..........2.3 liters Fill no higher then 5/8 inch below plug hole.
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Im looking for a front differential for my 1999 durango


Bring the VIN number to a dealership and have the parts guy look it up. There might be a tag on the diffy itself saying what it is. I know theres a way on counting the ring gear teeth and the pinion teeth. I believe you devide the two numbers and thats the ratio, but not totally sure. Good luck.

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Need to know where is Low Output SPEED Sens RPM, Above 15 MPH located in 1998 dodge durango 5.9cc 4x4. dtc code p0720


as far as i know there is only one speed sensor and it is located on top of the rear differential should have one bolt holding it in. i believe that code says the speed sensor has a low output.

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1998 Dodge Durango 4X4 SLT, 82k miles: Electrical shot. Help.


The speed sensor on the rear differential is a common problem with these vehicles. That sensor would cause the speedo problem, the odometer problem, the abs light, no cruise control, but it would not cause it to die. The speed sensor is easy to change. I is stuck in the top of the differential housing with one bolt holding it in. You can change that yourself for about 35 bucks. The dying problems sounds like a cam or crank sensor. You say the transmission lags, is that mean it is slow to accell or it has a slide shift from 1 to 2 then bangs into 2nd?

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Rear Dif plug replacement


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