You want people to notice your Durango because of its rugged, go-anywhere attitude, never because it's parked on the shoulder waiting for a tow truck. Failed Durango water pumps allow the engine to overheat, which leads to devastating damage that's often permanent.
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The manufacturer typically recommends replacing water pumps for Dodge Durango every 60,000 to 100,000 miles, but a faulty gasket escalates that timeline drastically. If you notice a leak or groaning noises coming from the general area of the timing belt cover, or if the temperature gauge fluctuates, turn off the engine and test the pulley for play. That crank pulley drives the belt that runs the water pump, so back-and-forth movement indicates a serious problem. To get a 1-Year, Lower Price Guarantee on your purchase, order a Dodge Durango replacement water pump from AutoAnything.