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2004 dodge durango sounds as if it has been run low on oil until the engine warms up. have had it serviced regularly and no codes to pull.....

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Use a Mopar oil filter.....Fram also makes a good product

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04 dodge durango slt. Every time it rains my car stalls and check engine light comes on. Went through car wash also and it died. I can wash myself and don't have this problem. Maybe under engine??.


Something is getting wet. Check the codes with a code scanner to see if you can isolate the problamatic area. The code/s may point you to what circuit is causing your trouble

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Front and rear blow little to no heat


If you know for sure the thermostat is working, it could be low on coolant and has air pockets in the system. Only one radiator hose should be warm until the engine reaches normal temp, and both heater hoses should be very warm.

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I ran my 2004 durango low on oil, did i damage something? it wont start


well when you say it didnt start what did you really meant?did the engine roll over and if it did how fast did it roll over if it did slow you may have damage your connecting rod and main bearing may be your crankshaft as well,so now you must try to free it up a bit,but you can check the crankshaft for damage by,draining the motor of the oil then slacken the connecting rod bearing then remove them to see if there are any scars on the bearing and also the crankshaft if it is scar change the motor if you are not going to rebuild it

Jul 15, 2014 | 2004 Dodge Durango

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Oil got to be 1.5 qts low and started rattling. Changed oil, still rattles until car warms up. Doge Durango 2004 8 cylinder, 143,000 miles.


New big end and little end bearings will stop that. You ran out of oil and is now a very worn old engine.

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2004 Dodge Dakota 3.7L V6, manual. Below


I suspect you have hydraulic lifters and the sludgy oil could plug up your lifters - as well as running that low on oil. Top off your oil and get an oil additive engine cleaner, warm your engine at idle only then change oil when warm. Add 1 quart of marvel mystery oil to the crankcase then top off with high mileage oil, like Valvoline. Run motor at idle only and see if this cures the problem - if not then you may need to remove the intake and replace your lifters, a costly and time consuming job. I would not try driving as you may waste the cylinder head or block by running a stuck lifter. There is also an oil additive specifically for stuck lifter and I think I would add that as well as the Marvel.
I hope the quick fix works for you and good luck!!!

Nov 27, 2010 | 2004 Dodge Dakota

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Oil light is on


May be bad oil pressure sending unit. Best way to check is to connect a mechanical oil pressure guage to engine and check pressures when engine is warm. Should be no lower than 40 psi at idle when warm, no higher than 70 psi at 2000 rpm.

Dec 24, 2009 | 2004 Dodge Durango

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Engine oil light 2004 durango


sounds like you have a bad connection to the oil pressure sending unit or the sending unit itself is bad. look for a loose connection and if it's ok just replace the sending unit.

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