Are you sure it's Gas and not Water. I find it hard to believe that gas made it past your Catalytic converter and the muffle. Good Luck and Remember.
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Yes, a bad O2 sensor would cause a 2002 Dodge Dakota to stall. It would also cause bad fuel mileage and hard idling within the vehicle.
If it is not diesel, you probably have a fouled or disconnected plug.
No. A bad head gasket would cause water to come out the tailpipe. You will see white smoke. Leaky rings would cause oil to come out the tailpipe. You will see blue smoke.
if it is automatic then this would be caused by shift down is not working in transmission
It ran out of gas
I would like to Know of any recalls on a 1994 dodge dakota?
leaky valve seals
MY 1995 DAKOTA got hot because the radiator was rusted out. The fins on the radiator would crumble just by touching it. Replaced radiator, problem solved.
Check the wheel bearing.
If they are Automatics it will not shift properly. It would bolt up if they are the same engine.
no but it may cause it to stall if exhaust is blocked
Head gasket or cracked head
excessive exhaust back pressure, possibly a failed catalytic converter
After about 1995 all Dakota flywheels would have sensor targets on them.
black is excess fuel
sounds like an electrnic ignition module I have a dodge 1992 Dakota and it had that same problem, i have tried a lot of thingsthat i thought would work, but then i go a new computer from the junkyard, and it ranperfectly, hope this helps
change both filters and be sure both are tight
radiator fan relay has failed. It is found in the fuse box under the hood.
IT would be possible, but it would be easier to buy a 1988 or newer Dakota and have it already equipped that way.
switch dead short bad wire test wires or trace system out
No, they are not the same size, the Dakota is a mid-sized pick-up and the Ram is a full size pick-up. The Dakota bed then would be smaller and the Ram bed wild be larger.
May be a bad fuel pressure regulator.