A 1997 Dodge Dakota has two oxygen sensors.
The oxygen sensors are screwed into the exhaust pipe near the catalytic converter.
It has four.It has four.
Two. One before, and one after catalytic converter.
There is one, in front of the catalytic converter.
Counterclockwise to remove, clockwise to tighten.
It has four oxygen sensors.
The 5.2L has two oxygen sensors.
The 1989 Dodge Dakota oxygen sensor can be found on the top of the engine. The oxygen sensor will be on the back side of the air cleaner housing.
A 2007 Durango has four oxygen sensors.
oxygen sensors or O2 sensors
You should change the oil in a Dodge Dakota every 3000 miles.
There are two oxygen sensors in the exhaust behind the engine.
howdo you change the front axel of a dodge Dakota 2000 4x4
Dodge Dakotas do not use mass airflow sensors.
The 4.7L 2002 dodge durango has 4 O2 sensors. ref. Chilton's Dodge Durango/Dakota 2001-03 repair manual. page 6-19 (Oxygen sensor - general info and replacement) The upstream oxygen sensor is located before the catalytic converter. The downstream oxygen sensor is located is located after the catalytic converter.
Yes. A 3.9 v6 engine from a 1995 Dodge Dakota will fit into a 2000 Dodge Dakota with a 3.9 v6 engine. You will have to swap the intake and exhaust manifolds along with all sensors and fuel rail though.
On the 98 u have two oxygen sensors an upstream and a downstream. The upstream oxygen sensor is located closer to the front of the truck by the transmission. The downstream oxygen sensor is located on down torwards the back of the truck along the side of the frame.