Sorry to hear you are having problems with this. You did not mention how many miles you have on the Durango. However, there are a couple of possible causes. It could be a fuel pump relay or the fuel pump itself. I would look at the manual and see where the relay is located (it is a square black block) and get a new one. They are not expensive, and if it starts, problem solved. If not, you need to get it to a shop to determine if the fuel pump has gone bad. I had a 1996 Jeep with that problem and when we replaced the relay, the fix lasted for two days, and then I DID have to replace the pump.
〉 Answered on Aug 5th, 2014 by Gail Dunn, Owner at Women's Automotive Connection
Could be anything from a vacuum leak, sensor or fuel pump. It'll need to be seen by a mechanic to diagnose.
〉 Answered on Aug 5th, 2014 by Gelina Aquilina, Service Advisor / Mechanic at