The most dedicated or special tool one must have to change the brakes is Knowledge or the ability to follow directions carefully and closely.
Remember. It is easy to get something rolling, the trick is to stop it from doing so quickly when necessary. Brakes are simple but there is a fine line between getting the job done and doing it correctly, and experience or a good teacher certaily makes this difference.
what will make the brake light not work on a 1996 dodge dakota? fuses are good and bulbs are good
You should change the oil in a Dodge Dakota every 3000 miles.
Yes, a special tool is required to compress the caliper pistion.
howdo you change the front axel of a dodge Dakota 2000 4x4
how do i change to front brakes on a dodge durango?
You should have your brakes fixed in a garage which is permitted, by the Dodge car company, to fix Dodge vechiles. To find the one near your home visit the Dodge homepage at www.dodge.com.
Apparently for Dodge Dakota's you need a special Door Handle remover tool.
What size wrench do you need to change the front brakes on a 2001 dodge durango?"
Jack up The Dakota and remove the wheel. Unbolt the caliper and slide it off, being careful that the hose does not get damaged. The brake pads can be slid from the caliper and replaced at this point.
Front disc, rear drum. with rear abs
To bleed the ABS brakes on a 1998 Dodge Dakota 4 x 4, two people are needed. One person needs to pump the brakes while the other opens the bleeder and then closes it making sure all air is out of the system.