There are not many places to access the outside without drilling but if you have enough cable ( and Im assuming you are talking about something like a xm satellite antenna) you can run it through the third brake light opening at the back of the cab. This will require removing the back portion of the headliner retainer and running the cable along the door sill and up behind the seat, possibly under the door trim and along the inside of the headliner so it will be hidden.
You will have to replace that piece of the antenna cable.
The voltage regulator is not in the alternator. The engine computer is the voltage regulator on a 1996 Dodge Dakota.
Dodge Dakota was created in 1986.
The Dodge Dakota was in the Dodge car brand until 2009, and was sold as the RAM Dakota until 2012.
The Dodge Dakota was originally taken off of Dodge in 2009, then renamed the RAM Dakota until 2012.
They are under the coils. You have to remove the coils to access.
You have to remove the fuel tank or truck bed to access it.
From 1997-2003 the Dodge durango is the same chassis as the dodge dakota, same powertrain.
Dodge Dakotas do not, and have never, had transaxles.
The towing capacity of a 2000 Dodge Dakota V6 is about 7500 pounds. The Dodge Dakota was discontinued in 2011.
4.7 dodge Dakota has 230 hp.
No they won't. They completely changed the Dakota bed in 1997
autozone.com has online manuals you can access for free Rear passenger side of the block.
Remove bed to have access to tank. Easiest way to get to pump
A 1997 Dodge Dakota does not have an EGR Valve.
97 Dodge Dakota Club Cab is 6x4.5
Where is Pcv on 4.7 2002 dodge dakota