VIN Check Report: 1B4HS28N8YF118165

Dodge Durango 2000

Vehicle Specification22 Record(s)
Accidental RecordView All Records
Lien RecordRecords Found!
Theft RecordView Records
NHTSA Technical Service Bulletins45 Record(s)
NHTSA Recalls4 Record(s)

Score Rating

60%
Vehicle Overview
Year2000
MakeDodge
ModelDurango
Trim Level4WD
StyleSport Utility (4-Door)
Made InUnited States
Technical VIN Decoding Information
WMI/VDS/VIS1B4
VDSHS28N8
VISYF118165
VIN Sequential Number118165
Checksum ValidationPASSED
Data AccuracyHigh
Error-
Detailed Vehicle History
DATEMILEAGESOURCEDETAILS
2000 -

original manufacturer

Manufactured in United States (Usa) by FCA US LLC

2001-05-18 -

DODGE

DODGE issued recalls for Durango 2000

09/04/2014 148,007

Copart, Inc

Car Damage Report: NORMAL WEAR

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Vehicle TitlePA - CERT OF TITLE
Mileage148007 (ACTUAL)
Primary DamageNORMAL WEAR
Secondary Damage-
Loss TypeCDS VEHICLE
Basic Title Checks
Flood Damage No Problems found!
Fire Damage No Problems found!
Hail Damage No Problems found!
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Vehicle Engine Specifications
Engine4.7L V8 SOHC 16V
Steering TypeR&P
Anti Brake System2-Wheel ABS
Tank Size-
Overall Height72.90 inches
Overall Length193.30 inches
Overall Width71.50 inches
Standard Seating6
Optional Seating8
Highway Mileage16 - 18 miles/gallon
City Mileage12 - 14 miles/gallon
Fuel TypeGasoline
Drive Type4WD
TransmissionAutomatic
Vehicle Market Value Estimation
NHTSA Technical Service Bulletins

These "secret warranties," TSBs cover known problems and provide repair instructions for service technicians and accordingly are distributed to all of the manufacturer's dealerships. Generally these repairs will be free of charge only if the vehicle is still under warranty.

DATECOMPONENTDETAILS
09/15/2000061100 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINESOME VEHICLE ENGINES MAY EXHIBIT A LIGHT-TO-MODERATE SPARK KNOCK CONDITION DURING ACCELERATION (UNDER LOAD). *TT
09/01/2000061100 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINESUBJECT REGARDING VEHICLE ENGINES EXHIBITING A LIGHT-TO-MODERATE SPARK KNOCK CONDITION DURING ACCELERATION (UNDER LOAD). *TT
09/11/2000061100 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINECUSTOMER MAY COMPLAIN OF AN OIL EMULSION ACCUMULATION INSIDE THE ENGINE OIL FILL HOUSING. *TT
10/08/1999138000 VISIBILITY:DEFROSTER/DEFOGGER SYSTEMSUBJECT REGARDING VEHICLES THAT EXPERIENCE WHILE IN BI-LEVEL MODE, AIR FLOW FROM PANEL VENTS IS LESS THAT THAT OF THE FLOOR VENTS. *MJS
12/01/2000061100 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINESOME VEHICLE ENGINES MAY EXHIBIT A LIGHT TO MODERATE SPARK KNOCK CONDITION DURING ACCELERATION (UNDER LOAD). *TT
03/24/2000110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMEXPERIENCING A DEAD BATTERY AND / OR IGNITION OPERATED ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES FUNCTION WITH THE IGNITION SWITCH OFF. *TT
10/27/2000162300 STRUCTURE:BODY:DOORSOME VEHICLES MAY EXHIBIT A REAR DOOR LOCK(S) THAT DO NOT OPERATE PROPERLY. *TT
09/03/1999103100 POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:CONTROL MODULE (TCM, PCM)SOME VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH A 45RFE TRANSMISSION MAY EXPERIENCE 1-2, 2-3, AND 4-3 SHIFT QUALITY ISSUES. *TT
12/22/1999020000 SUSPENSIONEXHIBITING VIBRATION OR GRINDING NOISE FROM FRONT WHEEL AREA. *TT
12/10/1999110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMSUBJECT REGARDING COMMUNICATIONS STOPPING BETWEEN JTEC PCM AND A GENERIC SCAN TOOL. *TT
12/03/1999061100 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINEINFORMATION REGARDING ENGINE TICKING NOISE. *TT
12/17/1999138000 VISIBILITY:DEFROSTER/DEFOGGER SYSTEMA CONDITION MAY OCCUR WHILE IN BI-LEVEL MODE, AIR FLOW FROM PANEL VENTS IS LESS THAN THAT OF THE FLOOR VENTS. *TT
12/17/1999020000 SUSPENSIONTHIS BULLETIN MENTIONS THAT THE FRONT WHEEL BEARING GREASE IS EVIDENT ON THE BEARING SEAL AREA. *TT
12/09/1999200000 WHEELSSUBJECT REGARDING BRAKE DUST ACCUMULATION CAUSING DISCOLORATION OF CHROME OR HIGH LUSTER FRONT WHEELS. *TT
11/29/1999063000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:EXHAUST SYSTEMTHIS BULLETIN MENTIONS THAT THE CATALYST MONITOR DOES NOT ILLUMINATE AN MIL OR SET A FAULT CODE. *TT
11/05/1999162300 STRUCTURE:BODY:DOORSUBJECT REGARDING DOOR SECONDARY SILL WEATHERSTRIP IS LOOSE OR IS MISSING. *TT
11/12/1999131000 VISIBILITY:WINDSHIELDSUBJECT REGARDING A SQUEAK HEARD COMING FROM THE WINDOW AREA AS THE WINDOW IS ROLLED DOWN. *TT
11/19/1999353600 EQUIPMENT:AIR CONDITIONERA CONDITION WITH A BUZZING NOISE HEARD WHEN THE REAR A/C IS IN THE ON POSITION AND THE FRONT A/C IS IN THE OFF POSITION PRIOR TO TURNING THE IGNITION SWITCH TO OFF. *TT
11/19/1999103400 POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:LEVER AND LINKAGE:COLUMN SHIFTTHE VEHICLE OPERATOR MAY EXPERIENCE A CONDITION WHERE THE TRANSFER CASE CAN NOT BE SHIFTED INTO HIGH OR LOW RANGE. *TT
11/29/1999102000 POWER TRAIN:MANUAL TRANSMISSIONSUBJECT REGARDING 46RE TRANSMISSION SHIFT QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FOR A DRIVE - REV - DRIVE SHIFT MANEUVER. *TT
11/05/1999131000 VISIBILITY:WINDSHIELDA CONDITION WITH THE DOOR WINDOW GLASS OUTER BELT SEALING LIP ROLLS OVER WHEN WINDOW IS ROLLED DOWN. *TT
08/04/2003036000 SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC:ANTILOCKINOPERATIVE ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM (ABS) SOFTWARE REPROGRAMMING. ADVANCE SERVICE INFORMATION #03-004. *TT
03/01/2000063000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:EXHAUST SYSTEMSUBJECT REGARDING THE ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC (OBD) SYSTEM ON ABOUT 309,000 VEHICLES LOCATED OUT OF CALIFORNIA AND VEHICLES LOCATED IN CALIFORNIA WILL NOT DETECT A CATALYST FAILURE AS REQUIRED BY FEDERAL AND CALIFORNIA REGULATIONS. *TT
01/26/2001061100 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINEINFORMATION REGARDING ENGINE PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENTS. *JB
01/26/2001061100 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINEVEHICLES MAY EXPERIENCE ENGNE SPARK NOISE. *JB
12/21/2000061100 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINESUBJECT PERTAINING TO ENGINE PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENTS. *JB
01/19/2001133000 VISIBILITY:POWER WINDOW DEVICES AND CONTROLSSUBJECT PERTAINING TO INTERMITTENT OPERATION OF THE AUTOMATIC ONE-TOUCH WINDOW FEATURE. *JB
02/04/2000103000 POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONSUBJECT PERTAINS TO INTERMITTENT HARSH ENGAGEMENT INTO REVERSE GEAR ON CERTAIN RE MODEL TRANSMISSIONS. *TT
10/27/2000021510 SUSPENSION:FRONT:CONTROL ARM:UPPER ARMSUBJECT REGARDING UPPER CONTROL ARM BUSHING SERVICE. *TT
09/29/2000110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMSUBJECT REGARDING CENTRAL TIMER MODULE ELECTRICALLY LOCKS-UP. *TT
09/03/1999103000 POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONSUBJECT REGARDING 45RFE DRIVE LEARN PROCEDURES FOR 45RFE TRANSMISSIONS. *TT
02/18/2000061000 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINESUBJECT REGARDING NORMAL ACCUMULATION OF A FOAMY OIL EMULSION IN THE 4.7L ENGINE OIL FILL HOUSING. *TT
02/04/2000355100 EQUIPMENT:OTHER:LABELSINFORMATION ON THE RELOCATION OF THE VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (VIN) PLATE. *TT
05/17/2000022140 SUSPENSION:REAR:SPRINGS:LEAF SPRING ASSEMBLYSOME CUSTOMERS MAY COMMENT ABOUT A SQUEAKING / CLICKING NOISE FROM REAR LEAF SPRINGS. *TT
03/03/2000022000 SUSPENSION:REARSUBJECT PERTAINS TO 9.25 AXLE GEAR MARKING COMPOUND CAUSING A MILKY-LIFE APPEARANCE TO THE AXLE FLUID. *TT
09/08/2000061100 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINEON SOME VEHICLES THE ENGINE CRANKS BUT DOES NOT START OR STARTS AND STALLS. *TT
09/15/2000103100 POWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION:CONTROL MODULE (TCM, PCM)SUBJECT REGARDING 45RFE TRANSMISSION QUALITY ENHANCEMENTS FOR THE 1-2, 2-3, AND 4-3 SHIFTS. *TT
09/22/2000132000 VISIBILITY:GLASS, SIDE/REARSUBJECT REGARDING OUTSIDE MIRROR GLASS REPLACEMENT. *TT
11/05/1999020000 SUSPENSIONEXPERIENCING A SQUEAK NOISE COMING FROM REAR LEAF SPRING. *TT
11/05/1999020000 SUSPENSIONEXPERIENCING VIBRATION OR GRINDING NOISE FROM FRONT WHEEL AREA. *TT
06/16/2000110000 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMSOME CUSTOMERS MAY NOTICE A LOWER THAN EXPECTED ENGINE PERFORMANCE DUE TO A POSSIBLE LOSS OR INTERMITTENT LOSS OF THE CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR (CMP) SIGNAL. THE LOSS OF THE CMP SIGNAL MAY BE THE RESULT OF THE CMP PHYSICALLY CONTACTING THE
06/09/2000061100 ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING:ENGINE:GASOLINESUBJECT REGARDING PREMIUM FUEL (91 OCTANE) USE REQUIREMENT WITH DURANGO R/T 5.9L ENGINE. *TT
06/10/2002980000 UNKNOWN OR OTHERSUBJECT REGARDING FLASH: MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP ILLUMINATION FOR INJECTOR CIRCUIT FAULT. *SLC
04/21/2000105000 POWER TRAIN:DRIVELINECUSTOMERS MAY COMPLAN THAT WHILE DRIVING ON A SMOOTH ROAD, THEY HEAR A DRIVELINE DRONE / VIBRATION THAT OCCURS BETWEEN 40 - 48 KPH (25 - 30 MPH). IN SOME CASES, THE DRONE / VIBRATION RESONANCE MAY CAUSE THE INSTRUMENT PANEL TO BUZZ.
01/21/2000020000 SUSPENSIONSOME VEHICLES MAY EXHIBIT A CONDITION WHERE A SNAPPING, POPPING OR CLUNKING NOISE MAY BE HEARD WHILE DRIVING OVER BUMPS. *TT
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