There are two sensors... an "upstream" (before the catalytic converter) and a "downstream" (after the cat). They are as easy to change as a spark plug. Don't pay to have it done if you are capable of changing a spark plug. You'll need a special socket that has a slot in it to accommodate the wires. Autozone loans these out for free (you just have to leave a deposit). YES THERE ARE MORE THAN ONE
Yes, it will just wire in 2 more injecors. Visit dakota-durango.com for more info.
Before cat on the left(driver) side if it has more than one upstream sensor.Before cat on the left(driver) side if it has more than one upstream sensor.
Can you be more specific as to your question and what you are asking?
If its just one injector try replacing it. The last number of the code tells you which sensor it is. If its shows more than one more than likely its the throttle position sensor. $35 and 2 screws and you should be good to go.
more than likely a scan tool will have to be used, to clear the code that was set , when the ABS light came on.
To add refrigerant to a Dodge Dakota find the suction hose of the A/C system. On the suction hose locate the port to add more refrigerant to the system.
The 2005 Dodge Dakota uses 9008/H13 dual beam lamps. See sources and related links below for more information.
A good price for a used dodge Dakota varies greatly by what year the vehicle in question is. A 2009 will be worth significantly more than say, a 2001. a used 2001 dodge Dakota can be worth around 8,000, while a 2009 can be worth around 17,000.
Many vehicles have many more specifications added when the vehicle is produced. The towing capacity of a 1987 Dodge Dakota V6 is up to 5,500 pounds.Ê
The coil pack could be bad. More commonly the crankshaft sensor could be bad. When this sensor is bad the system cant tell where the cam location is and will no know when to send fire to the spark plugs.
It could be your TPS (throttle position sensor). my 2000 durango was doing the same thing and that was the problem..
There is more than one fuse and fuse boxes, specify for which circuit