Question about 2000 Dodge Durango
Make sure you allow your engine is cool to avoid any injury.
First follow your top radiator hose to the thermostat housing. Located on that houseing should be what looks like a wire going into a bolt. Using a open end wrench (usually a 18-22 mm) unscrew the whole sensor from the thermostat housing (expect some coolant to spill out). Next there should be 2 little tabs holding the wires to the sensor. using a small flat head screwdriver, carfully pry the two tabs and detatch the wiring connector from the sensor. put back together the same way you took it off. Next detatch the negative battery cable for 15 minutes to allow the ECU to reset. you are gonna have to reset your preset radio stations, that should solve any problem you may have. If you have trouble figuring out what to look for on the thermostat houseing, go into an advanced auto parts store and ask them to pull a picture of what it looks like, so you have a general picture of what it looks like. on the durango's you have about 7 other of these sesor's all around the vehicle so try not to get confused with the other sensor's.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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