It ran out of gas
depending on the engine size the transmission is going to be 42rh with v-6 or a 46rh with a v-8.
There are a few things that can cause a 1999 Dodge Dakota to sputter. For example, the battery may be malfunctioning or the park plugs can be going bad.
it depends on the size of the diesel engine going in so yes and no
Rear wheel abs was standard equipment on a 2007 Dodge Dakota. Four wheel abs was optional. If you have wiring going to the front wheel bearings for sensors, it is four wheel abs.
You are probably in four wheel drive. With the front wheels engaged on dry pavement you will notice difficulty in steering and the truck will handle poorly.
Look in the engine compartment and look for your horn. It will have one wire sticking out of it. Cut the wire with wire cutters and your horn will never sound again.
Alternator going bad..replace it. Just had the same thing on my 2000 neon
find out what is causing it to come on (by going to a shop) and correcting it.
Could be torque converter going bad or cylinoid in a certain gear is burning up and going bad.
Bearing going bad?
If it's the same type of transmission that came from/is going on the same engine, yes.
2005 dodge ram 3500 does not have a cabin air filter. The only air filter they have is the one for the engine which is located on the engine compartment with a big black plastic tube going to the engine.
Mine has 263k on it and is still going strong :) 1998 Dodge Caravan SE platinum engine
Could be a bad blower motor, or, look to the blower motor resistor mounted on the engine firewall on the passenger side near the top of the firewall inside the engine compartment. It will have five wires going to it. It is likely either burnt out, or the wires have shorted at or near the resistor.
under the hood probably.if the A/C you are talking about, it would be the side not going to the condenser.
Where is th ticking coming from?? The engine, the tires, the trunk????
Most of the time it is because the water pump is going out and it is leaking where the pulley is on the engine.
oil pump is going to be 1 of 2 places. inside your oil pan, or where your oil filter attaches. never worked on a Dakota but have never seen a pump anywhere else. hope this helps.
For a 2009 Ram, Yes.Try experimenting with the AC/Heat Controls. I have noticed when defrost is on there is a miss in the acceleration, but when the floor heat is on, the acceleration is okay. I am taking mine in to see what they say about this. My 2000 Dakota had a miss in the acceleration but the dealerships could never find the problem (or did not care).1973 Dodge Coronet (318 Auto); 1993 Dodge Dakota Sport (3.9 Standard); 2000 Dodge Dakota Sport (3.9 Standard); 2009 Dodge Ram (4.9 Auto)...Things have been going downhill ever since I brought the 2000 model, and am not happy with the 2009. Needless to say, this is my last Dodge.
yes they are going to make a new dodge car it is going to be a dodge ev, that means electric vehicle
The Dodge Ram Hemi V8 engine operates on the 'Multi-Displacement System' developed by Chrysler. This system closes four of the V8's cylinders when the car is going at a steady speed.
If anything it sounds like a malfunction of the engine temp sensor but if it was in normal operating range and just over heated then you need to take it to an auto parts store and have them read the trouble codes..Even if there is no code in the instrument panel it could be a d code or just a Grey spot in the system