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2011 Dodge Durango
TIPM, which stands for Totally Integrated Power Modules, is responsible for controlling and distributing power to all the vehicle’s electrical functions. So when your TIPM goes haywire, bad things start happening. Things like your water pump can stop working, your engine can stall out and your airbags can randomly deploy.
2011 Dodge Durango Engine Problems
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- Engine Stalls/Dies While Driving11
- Car Shuts Off After It Is Turned On4
- Cylinders Misfiring4
- Check Engine Light Is On3
- Turn Engine Off, Wouldn't Start Back Up3
- Camshaft Position Sensor1
- Car Losing Power, Making Noise And Smoking1
- Eco Mode Does Not Work1
- Oil In Spark Plug1
- Unintended Acceleration1
- NHTSA: Engine119
- NHTSA: Vehicle Speed Control11
- NHTSA: Engine And Engine Cooling3
- NHTSA: Vehicle Speed Control: Accelerator Pedal1
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