The initial timing is set and controlled by the vehicle's PCM (Powertrain Control Module). DO NOT try to set the timing by moving the distributor. The distributor is used to index and synch the fuel injection timing on 3.9/5.2/5.9 liter Magnum engines.
The timing and fuel sync is controlled by the PCM. In order to get the fuel sync set back to 0, it must be hooked into a scanner and set correctly.
replace the head light switch
The 5.9 litre engine from the full size 99 Dodge will not fit in the 2003 Dakota unless it is fabricated.
it happen too my 01 dodge Dakota the sensor is beside the throttle positin sensensor
The regulator is part of the pump module in the fuel tank on a 1999 Dodge Dakota.
Cylinder #1 misfire
Check your fuse panel.
Drop the transmission oil pan
The mirror glass as to be replaced to fix the auto darkening rear view mirror on a 99 Dodge Durango. This can be done by visiting the dealership.
Follow the link it will lead you to your Source.
6 quarts transmission fluid
it is probobly the abs/speed sensor located on top of the rear differental its an eazy fix, it can be done in a parking lot and it only costs about $37 at advanced auto
On my 2-door 99 dodge Dakota truck manual transmission. I put in four quarts in then check the oil stick. I always end up putting half of another quart. So 4 and 1/2 quarts.
yes they will fit
Rear pass side, just above the oil pan.
Turn counter clockwise to remove.
I went to get one at Advanced at the salesman looked it up and told me a Dakota in the 98-2000 (?) range don't have fuel filters.
buy a haynes or chilton manual, this is to involved to go into here
Passenger fender wall behind air filter body
sorry, no it will not. they changed the radios in 2000. notice the face on the 2002 has round corners but the 98 has square corners. now the good news any radio out of a Dakota/ram/stratus/breeze etc from 99 back about 5-6 years will fit. I just put a 96 stratus am/FM/cass/CD in my 97 Dakota & son did the same in his 99 ram
When owning a car, a person should know the firing order of the vehicle. The firing order of a 1999 Dodge Dakota is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 .