It monitors the atmospheric (outside) temperature.
It is under the alternator.
P1942 Transmission adaptation, On a Dodge Durango the ambient temperature sensor is used by the DPLV, heated oxygen sensor circuit and a transmission fluid temperature sensor , If the ambient temperature is not rational in regards to the engine temperature sensor the transmission temperature will adapt to a substituted temperature value, this in turn will effect the 2-3 shift points on the transmission,
underneath the front bumper in the middle.
Near the left headlight, on the side of the radiator.
P1492 (M) Ambient/Battery Temperature Sensor Volts Too High Battery temperature sensor input above acceptable range.
Do you mean the ambient (outside) temperature sensor? It is usually located between the grill and the radiator, near the middle and at the bottom of the radiator.
P0073 Ambient Air Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input
P0071=Ambient Air Temperature Sensor Range/Performance. There is a temp sensor in the fresh air intake that monitors the ambient air temp coming into the engine. Check to see if it is disconnected. On this van, the ambient temperature sensor is located in front of the bottom of the ac condenser.
behind the thermostat housing,two wires
Dodge Dakota V6's didn't have a crank sensor until 1992.
It is the two wire sensor next to the thermostat housing.
The 1989 Dodge Dakota oxygen sensor can be found on the top of the engine. The oxygen sensor will be on the back side of the air cleaner housing.
On a 2006 Dodge Dakota bank 1 sensor 1 is driver side above the catalytic converter.
There is not a mass air flow sensor on a 1997 Dodge Dakota.
Next to the thermostat housing, under and behind the alternator.
It is just to the passenger side of the thermostat housing.
On a 2000 Durango, the MAF sensor is known as an "ambient air temperature" sensor. Follow your air intake to the manifold. It's sticking out of the right side, under the manifold and looks like this: http://www.autozone.com/autozone/catalog/parts/partsShelf.jsp?displayName=Sensor+-+Ambient+Air+Temperature&currentPage=1&categoryDisplayName=&navValue=16001729&itemId=prod10194&parentId=cat10015 Good Luck.
Diagnostic code 44 means: Battery temperature sensor voltage out of range.
A 1999 Dakota does not have a mass airflow sensor.A 1999 Dakota does not have a mass airflow sensor.
After about 1995 all Dakota flywheels would have sensor targets on them.
There are two, the ambient air temp sensor on the cold air intake just before the filter. And the Intake temp sensor on the intake itself (throttle body after the MAF.)
Trouble code P0546 means:Exhaust gas temperature sensor circuit high (bank 1)
coolant temperature sensor is the right of the coolant outlet line on the top of the engine when looking at while standing in front of the truck. it has a black two prong clip attached to the sensor. the oil temp switch is to the left of the coolant outlet line. it has a single black wire coming off of it.
On the air intake tube, between the filter and the throttle body. It's the only thing that is attached to the tube.