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How many miles is a 4.7 in an 05 durango good for?

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Old 04-24-2013, 08:10 PM
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my wifes got 330,000km on her 4.7 dont know what that is in miles
 
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I have 04 Durango. I just rolled over 214,000 miles a couple of weeks ago.
I do have the noise when first starting up but all is good.
 
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Originally Posted by gvillefloridar1 View Post
I just bought a FULLY LOADED 05 durango for a steal... One owner 80% highway miles in MINT MINT condition... BUT it has 140,000 miles on it... It runs like a champ.. shifts like a champ... But I have never bought a used car before and never owned anything over 50,000 before I traded it...


140,000 scares me.. How miles are people getting out of their durango's?
Our current Durango that had the same setup as yours is still running at 320k miles. It's only just now showing signs of possibly dropping a cylinder.
 
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Hi
mine has 220,000 and tow 5x10 trailer from canada to florida no problem ince 2004 and loaded
interstate 81 mountains like a charm
same trans oil from original purchase 4/2004
 
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Ours has 333,000 and still going. Our 2006 has 280,000 and still going.
 
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Originally Posted by HemiDak-Quad View Post
I've never seen a 4.7 get over 160.000, Miles..Mileage on those motors depend on a load of things..Drivers foot through the years , Oil quality , how often it was changed , did the owner pull trailers , Etc...Etc....
Did you say It dropped a valve ? There's you're answer 140.000. That's about right for those motors.
."It's only my opinion"~BUT I think the 4.7 is the worst motor Dodge ever put in a truck..It's a good design , and would work , but they didn't make the oil ports big enough , so they don't get a good oil flow inside..Most people don't know the oil weight difference and use 10w30 in them so they gum up..The only good thing about a nice truck with a 4.7 is the fact that there not hard to find with a bad motor , and a Hemi swap ain't that hard.. I'm driving a Ram Hemi Thanks to the 4.7 going bad at 144.000 miles..

Sorry to hear about you're truck Hammer ~ You gonna put a Hemi in it ?
I have a 2007 4.7 flex fuel. I tow my dirt late model about 90 miles almost every weekend. Knock on wood other than 2 water pumps no major issues 174,380 and going strong. It's crucial to change your oil regularly. I've had several people tell me they like to gum up in the cylinder heads if you don't stay on top of the oil changes.
 
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My 08 Durango 4.7 has 352000 on it.. still runs like a champ.. although I just lost 4th gear a few weeks ago so looking for a transmission...
 

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