If it has an automatic transmission, then yes. If it has a manual transmission, then usually, no.
The automatic transmission in a 2003 Dodge Dakota does not have bands.
The Dodge Dakota transmission blueprint is also known as a transmission diagram. The transmission diagrams can be found at most Dodge dealerships.
The transmission in a car is a finicky part, so it is best to have a diagram while working on it. A person can find at transmission diagram for this car in its maintenance manual.
These are the options * 42RE-Automatic Transmission 4 Speed * 44RE-Automatic Transmission 4 Speed * AX-Manual Transmission 5 Speed * 3500-Manual Transmission 5 Speed
It may fit, but it will not shift as they have different governor types.
You add A/T transmission fluid at the same place you check it.
The automatic transmission does not have a drain plug. You remove the pan to drain the fluid.
Automatic uses ATF+3 or +4.
Not with the rear wheels on the ground.
There is an internal clutch failure.
TCM, is the Transmission Control Module. It controls automatic transmission shift points, etc.
depending on the engine size the transmission is going to be 42rh with v-6 or a 46rh with a v-8.
Not exactly. The motor is the same, but the transmission is different. The B vans with the 3.9 used a mechanical 3 speed automatic (32RH), the Dakota used a 4 speed electronic automatic (42RE). You could use the engine but not the transmission.
Yes, but you will have to remove the pilot bearing from the back of the crankshaft for the torque converter nose to fit.
Many choices here, either a 999, 904 an A 727 or an A 518
if it is automatic then this would be caused by shift down is not working in transmission
yes its basicly the same motor but its older
O2 sensor or vacuum leak
belt diagram 1992 dodge Dakota with 318
North Dakota or South Dakota?