The 2009 Dodge Dakota comes standard with P245/70R16 size tires on both the front and the rear. The wheels are 16 *8 inches.
they make a Dodge Dakota, witch is a very small pickup and a Dodge Ram that is a little bigger than the Dakota and you can get in flatbed and dually, witch you cannot get with a Dakota
The Dodge Dakota pickup truck has CV joints on both front wheels. The pickup truck also has a driveshaft, as it is rear wheel drive.
No vacuum tubes on the Dakota. It uses electric servos.
You have to remove the fuel tank or truck bed to access it.
Will a 1992 Dakota truck motor fit into a dodge truck 1999 Dakota?"
The suspension and headlights. You can find a list here http://www.internetautoguide.com/auto-recalls/09-int/2004/dodge/dakota/index.html
It should be located under the truck, behind the rear axle.
245 75 r16
V8's were an available factory option, so, yes.
It varies with what part of the country you live in. Call a couple of local garages for estimates
remove door panel, roll down window 1/3, unbolt from track
It will get pushed out onto the ground as the engine warms up.
The major and most common name for a smaller pickup truck is called an halfton. The model names are usually and most commonly dodge dakota or chevrolet colorado etc.
The dodge ram is a pickup truck, used usually for construction companies and unions. It has two seats in the fron, a back window, and the pick up space.
Were is the ecm located on a 2001 dakota
Yes Dodge does indeed still make the Dodge Ram truck. The Ram (previously known as Dodge Ram) is a full-size pickup truck manufactured by Chrysler LLC and.
The automatic transmission in a 2003 Dodge Dakota does not have bands.
If, by ECU you mean "Engine Control Unit", I don't believe a 1968 dodge pickup had one.
it not a question of if the tires will fit the truck, it is if the tires will fit the rim on the 04. check if the rims are the same size
Is a 2wd Dakota truck flat towable
The truck bed dimension of a Dodge Dakota Quad Cab SLT 4 by 4 is 5 feet by 4 inches.
There are no differences between tires for an SUV and a pickup truck. Heavy-duty pickups do require a higher load rated tire than a standard SUV, but besides that there are no differences. Thread pattern and sizes are generally the same also.
Dodge. Straight up.