Originally Posted by kingmichaels69
turned out to be my PCV valve. I'm an industrial maintenance electrician with 20 years of experience and changed my first transmission at 16 years old. I'm no stranger to turning a wrench and I would advise anyone to consider paying to have this done if your 3.6 is rear/all wheel drive. I never thought I would say that but this one was a BITCH!
I saw one PCV at Ebay for $65. My Durango is still having starting problems. Sometimes it's good, sometimes it starts then dies. But, when I press the key switch twice (RUN position), I can hear the fuel pump in the back working then when I press key switch one more, it starts and it has never failed when I do this. Do I need to get a mechanic to replace the PCV Valve? Is that something I can easily access to replace?