Exactly what the manufacture recommends.
The transmission dipstick is located on the passenger side of the engine compartment, adjacent to the evaporator case.
You will have to get your car repaired. There is no way to tell exactly what is wrong with your car without actually looking at it.
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.
The clutch has an automatic adjuster therefore there is not a provision for a manual adjustment.
Use exactly what Toyota recommends which is more than likely 5w20 and not 5w30.
That is exactly how you would tow it on all 4's.
i don't know if this is exactly an answer but I've noticed mine does that on cold mornings (around 32 degrees)
On the steering wheel. What exactly are you looking for?
You will need to provide more information on the problem. Is it an automatic or a standard? If it's an automatic, is it a three speed or four speed overdrive, and what exactly are the symptoms? If it's a standard, in what gear and under what circumstances does the problem occur?
They have a fluid clutch called a torque converter.ANS 2 - They also have 'clutch packs' in the auto transmission, which do exactly the same job as a regular clutch, but are operated by fluid pressure.
Take it to a dealer or fully equipped service shop that can access the trouble codes stored in the vehicle's on-baord computer and they may be able to tell you exactly what the problem is.