[Edit] '87 through '91 'LA' V8 and V6 use a hall-effect cam position sensor in the distributor and have no crank sensor, '92 and up 'Magnum' use a crank sensor which will be mounted at the upper rear of the engine to 'read' the flexplate or flywheel through a slot in the bellhousing.[Edit] The part is called a "pick up coil" it's a round piece with a wire going into it you can access under the distributor cap and does essentially the same task as crankshaft position sensors. Only on the 'LA' 170hp V8.
A 1991 Dakota does not use a mass airflow sensor.A 1991 Dakota does not use a mass airflow sensor.
No crank sensor, only the sensor in the distributor.
i have a 92 Dakota and the sensor was behind the engine closer to the passenger's side, if you want to get that becauseyour truck is stalling you should also consider buyin a computer, because i tried a bunch of stuff, and the computerwas the source of the problem
No crank sensor on a 1990, only the pickup plate (cam sensor) in the distributor. how about a 1991?
A 1991 Dodge Dakota will have either a V6 or a V8 engine.
There is a crankshaft position sensor that measures how fast it rotates
Crank sensor is in the top of the transmission housing at the back of the engine. Cam position sensor is in the distributor.
It doesn't have a crank sensor. All it has is the "pick up plate" in the distributor, under the rotor inside the cap.
Diagnostic code 44 means: Battery temperature sensor voltage out of range.
In the distributor.
The trans in a Dakota is not controlled by vacuum.