We had one of our 22 Durangos have an oil cooler failure which in turn led to a complete engine replacement. Since it has returned we are having a starting issue with it. They will press the button and it will turn over, start to fire, and fail. When we press the button again, it fires right up. It has been back to the dealer twice, the second time it actually had an engine code which they fixed, but the problem persists. With that said, we aren't getting any lights or codes thrown with this starting issue.
I was just curious if anyone in the group has had any experience with this issue and if you found a fix. I am not privy to service bulletins and such and wondered if anyone had anything I could work with prior to going back to the dealership once again. Any assistance is greatly appreciated!
I am by no means a Dodge expert, but I know they have had major issues with the TIPM (Totally Intergrated Power Module)
Relays are soldered in place which makes them unserviceable. I think this came up on MFMA site before and some guys were
pulling wires for fuel pump relay out of the TIPM and doing as remote mounted relay. Hope this helps and good luc