Front of motro drivers side. Front of motro drivers side.
It is the first cylinder on the right side.
right bank, rear cylinder
The number 5 cylinder is the third from the front on the right side as facing the engine from the front of the vehicle.
The 2001 Dodge Dakota with the 2.5 liter 4 cylinder is REAR WHEEL DRIVE
It is not adjustable. It uses a hydraulic master/slave cylinder assembly that automatically takes up any slack.
Number two is the passenger side cylinder on the front head.
What ever number of fuse that has blown.
I have a 2001 Dodge Dakota 4x4 4.7L V8 auto with the 3.92 gear ratio and it is rated for 6500 lbs towing capacity.
How do you replace a transmission solenoid on a 2001 dodge Dakota 4.7 engine 4x4 location?
Were is the ecm located on a 2001 dakota
i have a 2001 dodge Dakota 4.7 magnum. It isn't a quad cab but an extended cab. my top speed is 119.
The 2001 Dodge Dakota, with a towing package, has a trailer brake built in. The trailer brake is part of the towing package.
I had the same problem and after a bit of searching, it ended up being the Park fuse. Fuse Number 4 on my 2001 Dodge Dakota.
Basically just 1999-2001 Dodge Durango and Dakotas with the 5.9L.
A Dodge Dakota does not have a reset button. The fuel system is computer controlled with relays.
The fuse for the code reader plug on a 2001 Dodge Dakota is on the drivers side under the steering wheel by the emergency brake or clutch.
A good price for a used dodge Dakota varies greatly by what year the vehicle in question is. A 2009 will be worth significantly more than say, a 2001. a used 2001 dodge Dakota can be worth around 8,000, while a 2009 can be worth around 17,000.
Mopar part number 5281090 Mopar part number 5281090
It does not have EGR. It does not have EGR.
My without major modifications.
dodge 2001 Dakota brake lights won't burn Check the fuses. If the fuses are okay check the brake light switch.
4 cylinder, yes 6 cylinder, no.
A Dodge Intrepid has never been offered with a 4 cylinder engine.
A Dodge Dakota SLT has a 4.7L V8 flex-fuel engine and has 210 HP stock but some classes of the Dakota have a 3.6L or 3.7L V6 engine. The SLT has a 4.7L V8. The 4.7L in a 2001 Dakota is not flex fuel. The V6 option would be the 3.9L
No, a 2001 Dakota has six lugs.
In the tank, part of the pump module.
No, the freeze plugs are on the engine.
Should still be 22 gal
I think it should, it's the same Generation so most of the stuff for it should bolt on as well.
It is under the housing that the upper radiator hose hooks to on the engine. It is under the housing that the upper radiator hose hooks to on the engine.
The 2001 Dodge Dakota air conditioning drain hose is located on the bottom of the air conditioning compressor. The drain hose leads from the compressor to the bottom of the engine compartment.
Dodge Dakotas do not use mass airflow sensors.
A 2001 Ram did not have a 3.7L. A 2001 3.7L does not interchange with a 2006, the cam and crank sensor tone rings are different.
No, 2001 has 6 bolt hubs, 2006 has 5 bolt hubs
I changed my tps sensor on my 2001 Dakota and it solved this problem.
through the filler tube
Put the key in the door and unlock it.
It's to the right of the distributor.
On the valve body, inside the transmission.
Dodge was able to meet the emission requirements with out an EGR valve. Nothing replaced it.
do you mean the door or ignition?
2.4 four cylinder or a v6
2/1 is the 2nd bank upper sensor. The 2nd bank is the side with the number 2 cylinder, in the case of the 4.7, the right side. The sensor you are looking for is the right side (passenger side) upper (before the catalytic converter) o2 sensor.
if it's a four cylinder, it has two. if it's a six cylinder it has four.
You can`t. You must replace sender or guage.
It is red, 5 year, HOAT type.
they should be right before and after the catalytic converter
If equipped, the lock out switch is on the driver's door.
Should be the sensor after the catalytic converter.