The easist way to do this is to lift the bed off. This requires removing the six-eight bolts from the underside of the frame. Be sure to disconnect any lighting wires then two people can easily lift the bed off. The fuel tank is then exposed and the fuel pump/filter can be removed. (Note: you will be exposing the gas in the tank so be sure to not make any sparks or to have an open heat source.)
Inside the fuel tank.
On Dodge Dakota it is integral to the fuel pump module and located inside the fuel tank. The filter itself is not serviceable or replaceable. To replace the filter, you must replace the entire fuel pump.
On top and inside the fuel tank.
no, the filter is in the gas tank
Dodge uses relays, the ASD relay will be on the firewall.
First off, a 1995 Dakota is fuel injected. The fuel line hooks to the injector rail.First off, a 1995 Dakota is fuel injected. The fuel line hooks to the injector rail.
It is built into the fuel pump inside the gas tank.
You don't, you replace it if restricted.You don't, you replace it if restricted.
the fuel filter is in the fuel tank and cannot be replaced
You have to remove the fuel tank or truck bed to access it.
To replace the fuel level sending unit, you must replace the entire fuel pump module, which is located inside the fuel tank. Unfortunately, to do this requires either removal of the fuel tank or removal of the truck box. One method is about as much headache as the other.
40 psi plus or minus 5