Question about 2003 Dodge Durango
You may have a broken con rod, remove the spak plug, insert a screwdriver in the plug hole, turn the engine over by hand and see if the screwdriver moves up or down with the piston or use a compression gauge to see if there is any compression on that cylinder, if there is no compression or the screwdriver doesnt move up and down then you need to remove the head to investigate the cause, drain the engine oil to see if there is any metal fragments in the oil and on the sump plug magnet, if there is you will have to replace the engine or have your engine reconditioned.
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