inside the fuel tank
The oil filter on a 2003 Dodge Dakota is located on the bottom, right side of the engine. A special filter wrench is needed to properly grip and remove the filter.
On my 79 Fuel Injected Beetle the oil filter is a screen located underneath the engine.
It is on the rear, passenger side of the engine.
There is no cabin filter on a 2004 Dodge Dakota.
If it is not fuel injected and has a carburetor it has 2 filters located as such. Front filter located: Under hood, driver side, front side of strut tower, mounted on fenderwell in fuel line Rear Filter located: Under vehicle, driver side, below trunk area, under floor of trunk, mounted in fuel line If it is fuel injected the filter is located: Under hood, center, upper engine area, rear of engine, mounted in fuel line
Is this a carbureted or fuel injected model? If carbureted, the filter is in the fuel filter housing attached to the carburetor. If fuel injected, the filter is inline with the fuel filter located along the framerail under the vehicle.
It is located on the bottom of the engine, left front corner (driver's side), it front of the engine mount.
It depends if your car has the four barrel carburetor or is electronically fuel injected. carbureted cars have the fuel filter located behind the carburetor inlet nut. Just follow the metal fuel line from the pump to the carburetor. If your car is fuel injected cars the filter is located in a bracket on the lower left portion of the engine.
The fuel filter on 1998 Dodge trucks, Dakota, and full size trucks and vans have the fuel filter located inside the fuel tank, It is a non replacable filter.
It does not have a carburetor as the engine is fuel injected. It does however have a fuel filter which is located under the hood, drivers side, mounted on the front side of the strut tower.
if it's fuel injected, the filter is located on left (driver side) frame rail just behind the engine. On a carb model, it's located on the rear of the carb where the fuel line attaches.