This is my son-in-laws truck. I have to fix it
The fuse box on the Dodge Dakota Sport (1998 model) is to the left of the steering wheel and is accessible only when the drivers side door is open.
In most cases it is either a leaking heater core or a plugged evaporator drain line Could be a bad windshield seal
mine got about 14 mpg :(
It takes sae 10w-30. I as well have a 98 Dakota sport 4 banger
Lots of things. But probably a clogged heater core.
The ac condenser is mounted in front of the radiator.
It is inside the HVAC housing, under the dash, passenger side.
fuel pressure should be 44.2 -54.2 psi
Its your Heater core if it smells like a syrupy sweet smell if not then its your thermostat
It should be located under the truck, behind the rear axle.
if its the same size motor it will.
Yes, depending on engine SIZE. (;
What year is the Dakota and what is the make and model of the 1998 Dodge that the compressor came off of ????????
The starter bolts on a 1998 Dodge Dakota require a 5/8 inch socket or wrench.
All 1998 Dodge Dakota's have a timing chain and not a belt.
Does anyone know how to take off a radiator fan clutch from a 1998 Dodge Dakota 3.9 V6
in what order are the spark plug wires on the distributor cap on a 1998 dodge Dakota 6 cylinder
The ignition coil is on the front passenger side of the engine, next to the belt tensioner.
Dodge vehicles do not use inertia switches
A 1998 Dakota does not have a ballast resistor.
It is important to have a diagram of the area of the car that is being worked upon. The cooling system diagram for a 1998 Dodge Dakota is found in its maintenance manual.
firing order for the 1998 2.5 litre is 18.104.22.168 for the Dodge Dakota.
The Dodge Dakota 3.9L firing order is 1-6-5-4-3-2.
not much besides badging and sorts. the Plymouth neon "sport" model is called the expresso, while the dodge neon sport model is the "sport."
***SUM'S Answer***-As far as I know, owning a Dakota with a 318. Yeah it should work.
In the master cylinder.
I believe you are talking about the heater core. Your best bet is to go to your local library and get a manual for it. Some trucks you have to remove the dashboard to get it out. their is something in my heate fan and it make a noise when fan is on
on the back end of the fan, bolted to the motor. radiator, radiator shroud and fan has to come off to take it off
NO. The 1998 has a electronic governor while the 1994 has a mechanical governor.
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.
nope. 1997 was the year they changed the bodystyle and completely redesigned the dakotas
You don't have a heater control valve for this truck.......
When the headlights are on.
It was not built with a cabin filter.
It may fit, but the control systems are different and it will not shift.
There is no serviceable fuel line filter on your truck. The only fuel filter is part of the fuel pump assembly in the fuel tank. Like a screen strainer. I had owned a 1998 Dodge Durango with the same setup.
I am trying to put 17" tires on my 1998 ext cab V8 dodge Dakota is it possable with a 2 or 3" body lift?
It Is Located Near the fuse Box Under the dash
Its located on top of the compressor................
Yes since that is the proper type of freon.
Heater cores in all vehicles are up under the dashboard inside the vehicle.
no you will need to change the trans no you will need to change the trans
On 2000 Dakota Sport you lower the tailgate and there are 2 Phillips head screws that you remove and the whole tail light module comes out. I don't think you can replace a single lens, you have to pay for a whole new module.
The 1998-2003 Dodge Durango/Dakota Lug pattern is: 6x114.3 or 6x4.5 The 2004-Present Durango/Dakota Lug Pattern is: 5x139.7 or 5x5.5