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How much would it cost to fix an oil leak on 99 Dodge Durango?

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Depends where the oil is leaking from!
Could be anything from a leaking bolt that needs tightening to a blown head gasket that needs a complete engine rebuild.

Posted on May 13, 2010

  • geoff_b_123 Feb 02, 2011

    I just go a quote for the gasket between the pan and engine. The expensive part is labor because on the 4x4 the have to drop the dfifferential. Entire quote was around $500.

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