really awful
Typical Repair Cost:
Average Mileage:
113,500 miles
Total Complaints:
6 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. not sure (5 reports)
  2. fixed myself cost was part only (1 reports)
2000 Dodge Durango wheels / hubs problems

wheels / hubs problem

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2000 Dodge Durango Owner Comments

problem #6

Sep 092010

Durango 5.2L V8

  • Automatic transmission
  • 114,000 miles


I purchased this suv in 09/.2009 it was working ok, really didn't have any problems at first. it ran well but why wouldn't it, the motor was just rebuilt. outside of consuming fuel like crazy, mostly because of my heavy foot i would think. then i started to hear a very annoying loud humming noise from the front end. thought maybe its the type of tires but what do i know. it got louder and louder so took it to a shop and was told the hubs needed to be replaced. so they got replaced at $85 per hub, did both sides front plus labor. then seemed ok until a little after a year later. then again with the noise, worn out again. only had 1 year warranty on parts, of course 3 months past. did this repair all over again and again and again. is there really no fixing this correctly? because if not I'm ready to burn it to the ground and return to my nearest dealer and tell them here's your piece of sh*t vehicle back???????????????

- , Los Angeles, CA, US

problem #5

Feb 122009


  • Automatic transmission
  • 212,000 miles

it qwill cost me about 600 through a small town mech when I was at dodge it was gonna be 1200

- , Coalinga, CA, USA

problem #4

Sep 252007

(reported on)

Durango SLT

  • Automatic transmission
  • 65,000 miles

I am having a grinding/rubbling noise from my wheels when turning. I see there is a recall on 4x4"s but not on 2x2's. Wondering how much it will cost to fix and does anyone have a suggestion on what I should say and how much it would cost to repair, so I dont get ripped off? Thanks

- , Vero Beach, FL, USA

problem #3

Feb 092007

(reported on)

Durango SLT 4x4 4.7L V8

  • Automatic transmission
  • 100,000 miles


So i was on the highway going about 65mph and the wheels began pointing inward the vehicle began to sway. It was unexpected and pretty lame going at that speed it sounded so bad almost like my tires were shredded. This could be very dangerous so hopefully it doesnt happen to that many people.

- , San Diego, CA, USA

problem #2

Jan 122005

(reported on)

Durango SLT

  • 95,000 miles

I have never had a wheel bearing fail before and this one failed with no warning! 5 blocks from home it developed a clunking sound and the wheel fell inward, locked up and pulled the brake line loose. Better have them checked out, it could have been bad if I was at highway speed. I am having the dealership checking on the upper ball joints to see if they could cause the problem. I think it would if they are loose. We Will See

- , Ellinwood, KS, USA

problem #1

Jan 242005

(reported on)

Durango SLT

  • 95,000 miles

This is just as bad as the ball joint failure and more common. The wheel bearings are sealed and cannot be maintained! This could actually be causing the wrecks people have complained about and needs to be addressed. The bearing failed and the wheel leaned inward and locked up causing the Durango to pull sharply to the left. The only thing that saved me was I was only going 15 mph and the road had ice on it. When I asked the dealership if this was included on the ball joint recall he said no. I told him that I had never had a bearing fail on any vehicle before he said, "I see this on a daily basis!" I said then there is a design problem. He replied, "They are sealed and can't be maintained and if you drive on dirt roads or in fields like the farmers and oilfield people do they will fail." I told him my Durango is the 2 wheel drive family SUV and it has never seen any off road driving.

- , Ellinwood, KS, USA

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