Dodge Durango owners have reported 264 problems related to car stall (under the engine and engine cooling category).
This is the known issue with tipm failure, the car just stalled and lost all power and would not start back up. The engine would turn just fine when starting but would not start. Had it towed to my regular mechanic and he let me know today that it is the tipm which is currently unavailable with long wait times.
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We attempted to start our vehicle, but the engine would not start. After several minutes vehicle started but stuttered, as if their was no fuel going to the engine. There had been no engine or service lights at the time. I researched the issue online and found that many Durango and cherokee owners have experienced similar issues, and the cause was the tipim. I took my vehicle to the dealership and they tested it, and found it was a problem with the tipim, which was failing to engage the fuel pump. Luckily our car was parked at the time the problem started. My wife generally drives this vehicle with my two small children. Our warranty ended at 36000 miles, so it was not covered. My options were to replace the tipim for 1200 dollars, or pay 428 dollars to have an external relay installed to bypass the faulty tipim (Chrysler star case #s1308000399). We chose to have the bypass installed. Vehicle is running fine at this point, but we are worried other issues (air bags deployed etc) will be a future problem.
The problem first manifested itself in an occasional difficulty starting the vehicle, typically after it sat overnight. Upon pressing the start button the starter would engage but the engine would not start. Pressing the start button again to stop the cranking and then re-pressing the button would get the engine to start. Weeks would sometimes go by without the problem recurring. Around the middle of July 2014 the problem started to get much worse, the car sometimes not starting multiple times during the day even after short stops. Around the end of July my wife had the problem happen to her, got the vehicle started, but as she backed out of a parking spot the vehicle stalled in the traffic lane. After that incident I took the vehicle to a Dodge dealership where they "cleared several fault codes" and sent me on my way. Three days later the vehicle once again wouldn't start, but the "reset and repress" tactic would work and the vehicle would run. Around August 7 2014 the problem got much worse. The vehicle took multiple attempts and 1-2 minutes to get running on several mornings, now though the vehicle would stall once started and before moving. Once running, in gear, and moving the car would run fine. Car failed to start then each morning Aug 15-17, taking 1-2 minutes each morning and multiple stalls. On afternoon of August 17, 5 minutes after making a dealer apt for next morning, I was driving at about 10 miles per hour and the engine died completely, power steering and brakes went out as well. Only after 3 minutes did finally using the remote start function on the key fob get the vehicle to start and run, this on a very busy roadway blocking a lane of traffic. Next day vehicle would not start at the dealer either, they diagnosed a bad tipm module and offered me a new module for $1200 or a "relay kit" for $587. New module cured problem for now.
On June 20, 2014, my Dodge Durango citadel stalled in traffic at 50 mph, almost causing a horrible accident. This was the 2nd time it had occurred. I coasted the vehicle to a side street.
When driving the car automatically stalls while in drive so I have to put it into neutral then back into drive and then it drives again. This has happened about 4 times I have taken the car back to the dealership and they seem to think and tell me they found nothing wrong. They say no warning lights were on. I explained to them that no warning lights appeared when this happens.
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Driving on the NJ turnpike the engine light suddenly came on and then the engine locked up. The truck is regularly maintained and has not had any accidents prior to this. The car is not even 7 full years of age yet. Called Chrysler and they refuse to help out due to age and miles. How does a car in great running condition just stall and die while driving?.
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While driving 65 mph on a highway, my Durango citadel stalled in traffic, almost creating a horrible accident.
I was driving on 65 hwy north in missouri and for no apparent reason the Durango stalled and I lost all power mechanical and electrical I could not steer or brake it was all I could do to maintain my lane I had just recently had an oil change and still had about 1000 more miles before I needed a new change it was a scary experience I could not restart the vehicle in neutral I finally got pulled over to the side of the road and got it restarted had to drive back home under 25 miles per hour or it would stall again it was very unsafe and endangered me my wife and my 3 children.
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The contact owns a 2011 Dodge Durango. The contact stated that while driving 35 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The vehicle was restarted and operated as designed. The failure recurred numerous times. The vehicle was not taken to dealer for diagnostic testing. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure and current mileage was 51,000.
Has occurred multiple times. Initially my 05 Durango would stall when pulling into parking spaces. Has progressed to normal driving conditions at around 35 mph while turning the engine will shut off. Occasionally the rpms will jump up and down too. Engine idles around 500rpm. When this first occurred there were no warning lights illuminated. I just don't feel like this is a safe vehicle at this point in time and based off of the other reports, Dodge should investigate and repair at no cost.
The contact owns a 2004 Dodge Durango. The contact stated that while traveling at various speeds in the rain, the vehicle suddenly stalled. The vehicle was taken to a private mechanic where the failure could not be diagnosed. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not contacted about the failure. The failure mileage was approximately 110,000. Updated 4/28/cn.
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Vehicle stalled out on me during a heavy rain. I was going about 60mph on the highway, when vehicle started to shake. About 5 minutes after heavy rain, I lost all power and had to pull my vehicle off to the side of the road. I waited about 30 minutes and rain began to slow to a drizzle. Vehicle cranked right up after that. This is a very dangerous situation as I could have been rear ended on the highway. I have looked into this issue as I have had rough idles and stall outs when in automatic car washes. The issue seems to be with the cowl and a replacement cowl is available through the manufacturer at our own cost. If this issue has been addressed as a defect on an oem part then why should the consumer who has already paid for a vehicle be liable? I hope that this is more thoroughly investigated and it does not take the fatality of an unsuspecting consumer for issue to be addressed.
The contact owns a 2012 Dodge Durango. The contact stated that while driving approximately 70 mph, the vehicle stalled following the illumination of the no key warning message. The vehicle was restarted and proceeded normally. The contact indicated that the failure recurred on multiple occasions. The vehicle was taken to the dealer, who was unable to diagnose the failure. The manufacturer was not notified of the issue. The failure mileage was 50,000.
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The contact owns a 2011 Dodge Durango. The contact stated that while driving 30 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The vehicle was restarted and operated as designed. The failure recurred numerous times. The vehicle was taken to a dealer for diagnosis but the cause of the failure was undetermined. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure and current mileage was 44,000.
The contact owns a 2011 Dodge Durango. The contact stated that the vehicle stalled on several occasions while attempting to start the engine. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for diagnosis where it was stated that the tpim needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired and the manufacturer was notified. The approximate failure mileage was 43,000.
My vehicle stalls with no notice. No rpm loss. No warning lights. Just stalls. This is going to cause a serious accident. The first time this happened I was making a left turn into my drive way. The next time while slowing friom 35 mph to make a left turn onto a side street. The last 2 times I have been in heavy traffic having it stall when merging into the turn lane. I have serached the internet and find numerous complaints of this very same issue. Not sure why Chrysler has not stepped up and addresssed this issue.
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Vehicle stalled at 60mph. Speed and tach went to zero. Vehicle wouldn't start. Would start after cooling down about 20 minutes. Would stall again. Same thing over and over again. Finally it stalled for good. Had it towed to Dodge dealer. Dealer said the problem was the pcm. Paid $2000 to have pcm installed with a new ignition coil. It lasted about 4 hours and 200 miles and it stalled again. Samething over again. Had it towed to another Dodge dealer paid an additional $260 had another ignition coil installed and it still doesn't run right. The dash warning lights come on intermittantly, the security system engages for no reason and continues to stall. Dodge can't seem to find the cause of the problem, can't fix the problem, or simply doesn't care. My vehicle currently won't start and is grounded. All this after almost $2500 repairs from Dodge that didn't fix the problem. I have all the repair invoices from the dealers.
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The contact owns a 2012 Dodge Durango. While driving at an unknown speed, the vehicle stalled. There were no warning indicators illuminated on the instrument panel. The vehicle was taken to the dealer, but was not diagnosed nor repaired. The failure mileage was unknown.
Engine hydrolocked due to excessive water pouring from the windshield onto the engine causing water to penetrate the cylinders. Vehicle would stall when driving in the rain or in a carwash. Well maintained and oil changed frequently. Now vehicle is worthless due to Dodge design flaw or faulty parts.
Just got my Durango on 1-14-2013 coming home and the engine light came on and it just cut off coming down a busy highway when it cut off there is no power stalls hard to get off the road the cars behind me don't know what gone on just in front of them so they don't know to stop. When I got this Durango no one told me about this . .
The contact owns a 2006 Dodge Durango. The contact stated that while activating the turn signals, the hazard lights would activate instead. The contact stated that the failure was intermittent. The contact also mentioned that on multiple occasions while driving at various speeds, the vehicle would suddenly stall. In addition, while attempting to stop the vehicle by depressing the brake pedal, the brakes had malfunctioned increasing the stopping distant needed to stop the vehicle. Also, when the vehicle was in park, the vehicle would roll away. The dealer repaired the brakes but the failure recurred. The manufacturer was not notified. The failure mileage was 80,000.
I have a 2006 Dodge Durango, bought it used about 4 years ago. About a year and half ago, approximately March of 2013, the vehicle started to stall while driving. It happened at all speeds and after it happening multiple times we figured out that it happened when it was wet/raining out. This is extremely scary and dangerous when going 70mph on the highway. . . To have your vehicle jerk numerous times and then completely shutoff (aka no power at all!). We have spent a few thousand dollars since spring of 2013 trying to fix the issue. We worked closely with our dealer to figure out the exact problem. . . Figured out it was electrical (possibly when the windshield wiper are used. . . )but that was about as far as we got. Some of the things they found and/or fixed or replaced are as follows: wiring that was frayed, re-ground numerous wires, replaced a handful of sensors, resealed connections between electrical components and main module (as well as resealed the boxes themselves since water was found in them), replaced the electrical module ($2k), and replaced entire electrical box(which included having to re-wire). . . Found a used one since brand new would have been $1200! . I have recently seen that there was a petition to the government to investigate (and hopefully recall) vehicles that have situations similar to what I have described above but they reference vehicles manufactured 2007 and forward but our 2006 is having the same issues!! since it has been to the dealer last (less than a month ago) we have not had the problem but there was a stretch over the winter where it didn't happen at all either so I am not convinced it is fixed. . . It seems the dealer mechanic is about out of ideas and so are we. . .
The vehicle has been continually stalling at lower rpm. I have had a tune up on the vehichle to include cleaning the throttle body, new plugs, plug wire boots, air filter and repeated diagnostic analysis at local garage. No engine codes are being registered. The local garage has a mechanic that has been a Dodge mechanic for 15 years. He coordinated w/ the local Dodge garage and re-flashed the ecm. 2 hours out of the mechanics garage, the vehicle stalled in a busy intersection and continues to stall and run horribly at low rpm.
Tl- the contact owns a 2004 Dodge Durango. The contact stated that after starting the engine, the vehicle stalled. The vehicle was towed to a dealer where the failure could not be diagnosed. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was contacted about the issue. The failure mileage was 105,000. The VIN was not available. Kmj.
Tl- the contact owns a 2004 Dodge Durango. The contact stated that while driving approximately 55 mph, the vehicle stalled. The vehicle was towed to the dealer for diagnostics. The technician stated that the engine would have to be replaced because the connecting rod had detached from the engine. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 106,000. Mah.
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