The bulbs should be checked on a 1993 Dodge Dakota if the taillights are not working. The plugs on the trailer package should also be checked to make sure that they are working.
Start with checking the fuses.
A blown fuse.
i just had this problem on my 93 Dakota it was the switch in the dash! it was a very simple fix the part was about $12.00 at autozone and it took about 15 min to fix.
Blown fuse, failed switch, broken wire, burnt out bulbs,
check all fuseable links and/or grounds
It is possible, although a little unlikely that both bulbs are burned out, so check them first. Otherwise, either the brake light switch at the pedal is faulty or misadjusted, or the wiring between there and the taillights is broken or shorted.
my Dakota did that it may seem weird but it was the flasher relay
The gauge has failed.
i have the same problem on my 95 Dakota i had to undo the window regulator and move the glass forward to get access to the rod that connects the latch to the door handle it fell off i am still working on it but that's a start for you
First check for a blown fuse. Check to see if there is power at the motor. If there is power at the motor then the motor itself is bad.
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I changed my tps sensor on my 2001 Dakota and it solved this problem.