Dodge Durango owners have reported 353 problems related to car stall (under the engine and engine cooling category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of Dodge Durango based on all problems reported for the Durango.
Vehicle stalled twice in the past month while driving on the highway at 65 mph. Lost power steering capability which created a dangerous situation in an attempt to pull the vehicle to the shoulder. Second incident happened yesterday. Vehicle did restart after a few attempts. Vehicle recall r09 was allegedly addressed by route 46 Dodge in NJ in 2015.
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Within about the last 6 weeks my SUV has been stalling while driving in heavy traffic areas which is highly dangerous & I lose all control of my vehicle I have contacted the Dodge dealership where I purchased this vehicle from & they are doing the bare minimum to correct this issue!!!! knowing my vehicle has active recalls!!!.
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Tl-the contact owns a 2012 Dodge duran go. The contact stated that while turing at a red light, driving at approximately 5 to 10mph the vehicle stalled. There were no lights illuminated before or after the failure. The vehicle was towed to the dealership where it was diagnosed. The diagnosis determined that the failure part was the alternator. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not notified. Approximate mileage at the time of failure 153,000. Sh.
Takata recall from time to time when starting the 2013 Dodge darango v 8 hemi it would just continuously turn over like it was not getting fuel it would not happen all the time but makes it unreliable when its your wife and kids using the car and what makes it a safety issue in my opinion is that the car has also stalled from time to time the car has been to the dealer 2 times now we have a extended warranty but they said they can not repeat the problem very frustrating.
The contact owns a 2007 Dodge Durango. While driving various speeds and while idling, the vehicle would suddenly stall. In addition, while operating the vehicle, the check engine, esp, and abs warning indicators displayed. The failure was not diagnosed. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer and local dealer were not notified. The failure mileage was 119,000.
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Fuel relay recall -- no problems before replacement, replaced in Dec 2015 and since have had car stall intermittently while driving kids to school 5 times. The three most recent happening at a more frequent basis -- and in last 90 days. I lose total power of the car while driving, it goes into a stall and we have to pull over, let it sit for !10 minutes and it will restart and go. Typically it is when I am slowing down and going into a turn or bigger curve on the road. I have taken back to Dodge to ask them to fix -- diognostics tells them nothing wrong and they will not replaced the already recalled (and replaced) part as they say they cannot confirm it is the cause. Meanwhile, I am driving a car that may stall at anytime even though dealership cannot find on diognostic tests.
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The contact owns a 2013 Dodge Durango. The contact stated that the vehicle stalled abruptly. There were no warning indicators illuminated before or after the failure. The vehicle was taken to dave dennis Chrysler Jeep Dodge ram (4232 colonel glenn hwy in dayton, OH) for diagnostic testing, but the results were undetermined. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The contact believed that the failure was related to NHTSA campaign number: 17v435000 (electrical system). The approximate failure mileage was 50,000.
The contact owns a 2011 Dodge Durango. The contact stated that while driving at 40 mph, the vehicle stalled and the instrument cluster failed. The vehicle was towed to a local dealer dadel and Dodge Chrysler Jeep ram located at 16501 s dixie hwy miami FL 33157 where it was diagnosed that the alternator needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired however the failure recurred. Upon leaving the dealer the vehicle stalled and was informed to replace the battery. The vehicle was repaired. However the vehicle stalled again. The vehicle was towed to the same dealer where it was informed that the battery and computer board needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure and opened case # 32410393 but did not offer further assistance. The vehicle failure mileage was 111,000. The VIN was not available.
My wife was driving our Durango when it suddenly lost all power. She had to muscle it to the side of the road, where she attempted numerous times to restart it. Prior to that, often times you would turn the key and the dash lights would come on and the car would do nothing. . . Not even turn over. After a few attemps, it would start. After the stall, we brought it into our local Dodge dealer (dutchess Dodge) where the service department kept it for a few days, said they could not recreate our concerns, cleaned numerous electrical connections, charged us $500 and recommended we change a "win" module at about $800 plus labor but could not guarnatee this would fix the issue. The service person even admitted it could be the tipm but that they couldn't be sure and the fix of the win module was the first recommedation. He also added that some components in the tipm were loose and that they checked and cleaned them also and that for all they know it could have fixed the issue. I informed them that I could not afford to continue to throw money into "trial and error" fixes and to just button it up and give it back to us. A week later, it happened to my wife again, only this time, as she was pulling off to the side of the road, it re-started on it's own. We called the service department back and their reply was that they recommended changing the win module. This vehilcle has 62000 miles and has been regularly serviced by me and cared for like a baby. This is not an issue of use or abuse, it is faulty parts and we should not be responsible. I feel like I should just trade this in and after of lifetime of being a loyal mopar customer, go in a different direction.
The failed tipm is dangerous and could leave you stranded from astalled engine. The failed alternator may have been a by product of the faulty tipm. This part should be part of a recall.
As of 7/28/2017, while driving on the highway the alternator went out causing the computer system to also go out and the car stall having no power . The vehicle had to be tow to the repair shop.
We had a recall fixed on the fuel pump relay and since then the vehicle stalls while driving. Didn't do that before the work.
As I turned right, the vehicle once again stalled. The engine turned off, but all the electrical systems continued to work. I placed my foot on the gas to demonstrate that it would not move while the vehicle was still in drive. Then I did the same with the break to demonstrate that it wouldn�t respond. I put the vehicle in park with my foot on the brake and the vehicle restarted. My children were in the vehicle and my oldest son recorded until we reached the intended stopping point. The mileage on the vehicle was 94,624. The vehicle had a trigger box / flight recorder, but it quit functioning the previous week when the car also stopped last week.
My battery light came on. Within minutes all the other lights on my dashboard came on, my air starting blowing hot and then it started to stall. Luckily I was on a small road and was able to coast off onto the grass. The car was dead and smoke was pouring from the alternator. I went and bought a new battery and alternator. Within in 2 minutes of installing both, my car did the same exact thing. I had to have it towed to the dealership. I was told it was the alternator. I explained that I had already replaced it and think it could be more severe. They told me they would replace the alternator with labor I'm looking at $1200. That's not including if that doesn't fix the issue. They sais it could have fried my (pcm) power control module which could cost me at least $1000 more plus labor. How is it they aren't recalling the 2012 Durango with 180 amp alternator but all the others? this car is only 5 years old, I shouldn't have had to replace the alternator going on 3 times now. I don't feel safe driving my son in this car anymore. I've seen enough complaints saying this caused accidents since the car just dies while driving.
Our Dodge Durango stalled as I was turning left. When I went to push the trigger box, it did not work and will not come back on. I restarted the car and waited, but the trigger box no longer works. This is of course strange because once again, nothing can be recorded. The key fob battery is brand new and the push button was in use. I have a video for documentation. The mileage is 94,017. We have recorded via trigger box daily jerks with the Durango and now the major issue we needed documentation of can't be captured because the device no longer operates.
I came to a stop at a stop light to turn right and the vehicle stalled. I didn't have time to record it because there were cars coming down the exit behind me. I immediately kept my foot on the brake and placed the vehicle in park and restarted it. The mileage is at 93,322. The flight recorder the dealership placed on the vehicle didn�t work so there was nothing to capture.
The contact owns a 2014 Dodge Durango. While driving 35 mph, the check engine warning and shift to park warning indicators illuminated. The contact stated that the vehicle slowed independently and stalled. There was also an abnormal fuel odor present. The contact was able to restart the vehicle after parking the vehicle for ten minutes. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 61,000.
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Around 7:20 am I had just exited a ramp to go beneath the underpass to turn left. The mileage change was 60 mph to 35 mph. Before the car could come to a complete stop applied by brakes, it stalled. There were other vehicles behind us who had to go around. My children were with me and one recorded to show that the vehicle was still in drive and that the brake and the gas would not receive a response from the car. This is the third day in a row that vehicle has stalled since we received in back from the dealership.
Vehicle looses power and stalls when approaching a stop (while still in motion). I have to place vehicle in park and restart vehicle in order to continue driving. I am very concerned that this is going to cause me to be rear-ended at some point as it does happen prior to me arriving at a stop sign or stop light. This has been happening for approx. The last 3-4 week and becoming more frequent.
Safety issue on my 2011 Dodge Durango. While driving home after work late one night, the Durango started acting up like it was possessed. The lights would go on and off, the wipers went on and wouldn't shut off, seats went back and forth while driving!, radio, heat, ac. I was in traffic and finally managed to move over to a secure location out of harms way no sooner did I pull off the side of the road then the Dodge completely died. I had to coast down a hill. Tried to turn it over and nothing. No lights no radio no nothing. It was dead. Had to have it towed to the dealership. The dealer claimed it was the battery, installed a new one and sent me on my way. Fast forward to less than 2 weeks later- same problem. Driving to drop off my 5 year old and it starts acting up again completely possessed. How is this safe? I made it to work with it going crazy. At lunch, I went to start it and check it out. Dead. Brand new battery dead. 400 bucks down the drain- when that wasn't the problem. Not to mention the 200 bucks to tow. I brought it to a little shop around the corner and they couldn't find the problem and towed it back to the dealer. And there it sits. No one can figure out what is wrong with it over there. It is really pathetic. So now add'l tow charges-$200, no vehicle to get back and forth to work and child's stroke therapists, and had to break down and pay for a rental. What a joke thanks Dodge. They are well aware of the tipm issues and refuse to recall any of their vehicles. This is a huge huge safety issue. Everything just dies. . The engine the brakes don't work nothing.
Tl- the contact owns a 2011 Dodge Durango. The contact stated that while his wife was driving at 40 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The power steering and brakes also failed. The failure recurred 10 times over the course of a year. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where the dealer was unable to replicate the issue and updated software related to the radio and hands free module. However, the failure recurred. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the issue and stated that they would work with the dealer to find a solution. The approximate failure mileage was 65,000. Np.
Vehicle fluctuates in rpm's upon starting vehicle, while stopped in traffic and while driving down the road. Vehicle also will randomly stall with no warning while in park, while stopped at traffic signals, pulling into intersections and also while driving down the road. Upon stalling I have an extremely short amount of time to pull over before I loose complete ability to steer the vehicle. Vehicle has random violent shifting while driving. Problems began about 90,000 miles and has gotten progressively and severely worse the past 3 months.
The contact owns a 2013 Dodge Durango. While the vehicle was stationary, it failed to start. In addition, the vehicle stalled on numerous occasions without warning. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the issue. The failure mileage was 75,087.
This vehicle routinely stalls and shuts off while drive, decelaration, coasting, and also while at a complete stop. I have already had one accident due to this issue and has become increasingly dangerous to drive.
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Tl-the contact owns a 2013 Dodge Durango. The contact stated that while driving approximately 45 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 41,000.
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