The second-generation Durango was first shown as a concept dubbed Dodge Durango R/T concept at the 2003 Detroit Auto Show.

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Replacing all types of engine sensors

On my 2005 Durango when I change an engine sensor the ECM must be "reset' so it will forget the data it collected while the faulty sensor was installed. How can I reset this myself?

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Steve, since you are talking an engine sensor, you will have to reset the PCM (power control module). You need to disconnect the neg battery cable and turn the ignition to the ON position, hold it for 10 seconds and then hook the battery back up. To relearn, you may have to drive your Durango for a few miles. Hope this helps, good luck.

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Thanks Ill try that

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