Should be the sensor after the catalytic converter.
It does not have a fuel temp sensor.
Dodge Dakotas do not use mass airflow sensors.
they should be right before and after the catalytic converter
I changed my tps sensor on my 2001 Dakota and it solved this problem.
The coolant sensor is the two wire sensor that is next to the thermostat housing.
you look on another site and in the mannual
Yes, those are in the service manual.
The coolant temperature sensor on a 2001 Ram is next to the thermostat housing, behind the alternator.
02 sensor circuit slow response bank (bank 1 sensor 1)
Driver side, before catalytic converter.
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.