My battery died on my 2005 Durango and I had someone boost it. I have a feeling that they mistakenly hooked the boostyer cables wrong at first but then, once they got the cables hooked up right they were able to boost the vehicle. Since then there is no sound from my stereo. The stereo appears to be working fine, just no sound.
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What are you boosting the fuse box for,? Are you trying to blow the vehicle up? Where did you learn to boost a car? The car that your useing to boost the car hook up one cable at a time to the batterys of both vehicles The car your useing for boosting hook up the ground to the battery first ,Then on the car that your boosting hook the ground cable to a the engine some where , To ground it, Not buy the belts or moving parts , Then hook up the positive to the postive terminal of battery in the car you are useing to boost the other car ,Hook up positive cable to positive terminal on car that you are trying to get started, If you don,t no what your doing get help from some body that has done it before, One wrong move you can (Screw) Up the computer in the car, End you might of done that (Allready)
The 2005 Durango has a notorious issue with the exhaust manifold blowing out
it is a $10-$15 fix if you have someone to replace it.
when you first start it up it sounds loud like the HEMI but then it settles down, also the gas mileage and the power have been reduced as well. best bet is to buy the part and a chiltons manual. $15 bucks and a case of beer later you should be good to go. Midas muffler shop can confirm the exhaust leak as can any mechanic worth a **** and they SHOULD NOT CHARGE YOU!!!