Drain, remove two hoses, if auto remove trans lines (two), remove fan guard, remove overflow container, bolts at top sides, lift out, confirm pepcock is in new one, if not use one from old unit. Install new unit,replace all above, in reversed order. Replace cap with new one. Consider a lifetime warrnity over just a one year. Fill with good coolent, run motor top off coolent, check for leaks. Recheck coolent after motor is driven and cooled. Takes about one hour.
there are two metal looking lines that screw into the radiator that is the cooling side
what will make the brake light not work on a 1996 dodge dakota? fuses are good and bulbs are good
The voltage regulator is not in the alternator. The engine computer is the voltage regulator on a 1996 Dodge Dakota.
What is the oil capacity of a 1996 Dodge Dakota 3.9 liter V6 engine 4.5 quarts
1997 was the first year for that body style 1996 was the last year of the first generation Dakota.
no the 1996 -1998 is the same then the 2000-2004 is the same so it will not fit
It is way to the passenger side of the radiator, near the ac comp.
It is on the lower driver side of the radiator.
On the front of the throttle body.
3.55 or optional 3.90
Dodge doesn't use inertia switches.
The spark plug gap for a 1996 Dodge Dakota is .035 inches.
sorry to say this but it will not swap. they will bolt up but the 1996 is a computer controled trans. without the computer it will stay in low gear.
nope. 1997 was the year they changed the bodystyle and completely redesigned the dakotas
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215 in. lbs
The engine computer is the regulator.