Removal: Remove the oil pan. Remove the pump-to-rear main bearing cap bolts. Lower the pump from the truck. Installation: Pour clean oil into the pickup tube to prime the pump. Put the new pump in place (make sure hex-shaped driveshaft aligns with pump). Install & tighten bolts to 30lbs. Install oil pan & tighten bolts to 200 in. lbs.
i have a 1992 dodge Dakota 4x4 and a 1989 Dakota 4x4 and the fuel pump is inside the fuel tank. both trucks have the 3.9 v6 engines.
i have a 1999 Dakota 3.9 and fuel regulator is on top of the fuel pump on the fuel tank... i have a 1999 Dakota 3.9 and fuel regulator is on top of the fuel pump on the fuel tank...
Drop the pan and unbolt it.
Trust me, it works. Your problem is the fuel level sensing unit connected to your fuel pump. Change your fuel pump and your problems will be solved.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches.
the fuel pump is located inside the gas tank.To change fuel pump, take off the bed of your truck and unscrew the white thing on top of the gas tank. That is your fuel pump.
It is in the fuel tank.
It is on the bottom of the engine, oil pan has to be removed.
Remove the fuel tank or remove the bed.
the fuel pump may be in the gas tank,if so youll have to drop the tank.
It unscrews. There is a special wrench you can buy for this, or make your own.
underhood fuse box, lid has diagram on underside that show which one it is.
The fuel filter on the 1999 Dodge Dakota is a combination Fuel Filter/Pressure Regulator. It is mounted to the top of the Fuel Pump which is mounted on the fuel tank. You must remove the fuel tank to change the fuel pump. Depressurize the fuel system, Drop the tank, replace the pump.
The fuel filter is in the gas tank, along with the pump. You will not be able to change this filter, unless you change the pump too.
go rent the tool for your parts supply place
Drop the gastank and access the fuel assembly wher in your fuel pump will be.
In the fuel tank with fuel pump. You should not have to change the filter.
The easiest way to remove a bypass hose on a Dodge is to cut it off with a sharp knife. The hose is cheap, I replace it with every water pump.
A Dodge Dakota does not have a reset button. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
inside of motor
It is on the pump, in the tank.
It is in the tank.