Dodge Potentially Sold Defective Touch Screens for its Durango Vehicles

center console touch screen of a vehicle with the GPS on.

Shub & Johns LLC opens investigation into Dodge and their Touch Screens in Dodge Durango vehicles, after some consumers complain about potential issues, allegedly claiming that the touch screen stops responding to touch commands and/or the screen becomes completely unresponsive.

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Dodge Durango Touch Screen Defect

The Dodge Durango is a mid-size SUV that contains a touchscreen ranging from 8 to 10 inches and carries out important functions like: the ability to view multimedia content on your computer screen, the ability to follow a GPS track with a large-screen device, access to many setting options on his car, the ability to synchronize one’s smartphone to begin receiving calls, and the touchscreen is easier to use than the previously designed buttons and knobs.

Allegedly affected Dodge Durango Touch Screens include one of the most commonly reported system defects being the 2021 Dodge Durango with the Uconnect 5 10.1 system.


Have you purchased a Dodge Durango with a defective Touch Screen? Have you run into issues regarding the product’s reliability or have potentially lost a lot of time, effort, and money mitigating the issue? Let us know! Fill out the attached form and contact the Shub & Johns team today or please contact us at 610-477-8380 or

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Dodge Durango Touch Screen Intake Form