It actually screws into the middle of the cat.
Dodge Dakotas do not use mass airflow sensors.
There are two oxygen sensors in the exhaust behind the engine.
That is the O2 sensor behind the catalytic converter.
The oxygen sensors are screwed into the exhaust pipe near the catalytic converter.
A 1997 Dodge Dakota has two oxygen sensors.
Yes they do. My 06 Dakota has 4 weight sensors in the passenger seat.
behind the thermostat housing,two wires
most crank sensors are for engine timing with the cam shaft, the distributor on at least 97' dodge and newer controls fuel timing.
The sensors that usually go bad in a Dodge truck are the throttle position sensor, the oxygen sensor, engine light sensor and crank sensor. These malfunctions can be fixed on any Dodge dealership.
A 1999 Dakota does not have a mass airflow sensor.A 1999 Dakota does not have a mass airflow sensor.
Unplug old sensor, unscrew with a 7/8 inch wrench. Reverse steps to install.
on the top of the motor, behind the very back of the intake,next to the distributor.
Next to the thermostat housing, under and behind the alternator.
Dodge Dakota V6's didn't have a crank sensor until 1992.
There is not a mass air flow sensor on a 1997 Dodge Dakota.
I have 2 codes, P0031 and P0141. both are o2 sensors. (2002 dodge dakota sport) and I checked my fuse box, no fuse even there for the o2 sensor. I think that is my problem. haha, but, when u open your fuse case, look inside the top, look next to where it says "o2 sensor" for "spare" that is a spare for if yours goes bad.
On the top of the bell housing of the trans.. Look @ the engine its behind the left side head.. Look behind it..
Screwed into the exhaust pipe, just behind the engine.Screwed into the exhaust pipe, just behind the engine.
The 1989 Dodge Dakota oxygen sensor can be found on the top of the engine. The oxygen sensor will be on the back side of the air cleaner housing.
On a 2006 Dodge Dakota bank 1 sensor 1 is driver side above the catalytic converter.
After about 1995 all Dakota flywheels would have sensor targets on them.
Top of the bell housing, pass side, behind the cylinder head.
No, Dodge doesn't use maf sensors.