It's located on the right side of the engine, and easy to get to from underneath. If it is a 4x4 it will be a messy job because of the skid plates.
no, the filter is in the gas tank
In the fuel tank with the pump
On Dodge Dakota it is integral to the fuel pump module and located inside the fuel tank. The filter itself is not serviceable or replaceable. To replace the filter, you must replace the entire fuel pump.
It is inside the trans, on the vavle body.
were id the data link connector for a 1995 dodge dakota
Use 10w30 in a 1995 Dodge Dakota.
My 1995 Dakota Sport has a fuel filter bolted to the frame on the driver's side about mid way down the truck. Purchased a WIX filter for my truck 2 days ago for about $19 with tax. Unfortunately, in most cases, the fuel filter is located inside of the fuel pump. Unless you're willing to take on a big project you'll want to take it to a shop.
the fuel filter is located passengers side in front of rear tire
oil filter is located on the engine block under the power steering pump.
Where can I get a free copy of a 1995 Dodge Dakota Sport Owners Manual
In the exhaust pipe close to the manifold.
It is on top of the engine, next to the alternator.
Not an option until 2003.
It is built into the fuel pump inside the gas tank.
Yes, but you will have to use your 1995 intake.
along the "frame" on the middle passenger side.
The fuel filter is on the bottom of the fuel pump, which is in the gas tank...you have to drop the tank or pull the bed...Don
The fuel filter 1995 dodge Intrepid is on the passenger side. The filter is towards the back of the car.
I have a 96 Dakota 3.9L and it is located above the Y pipe before the converter. There is also one directly behind the catalytic converter.
The life of the gas filter is expired when your car suffers from fuel problem-clogged gas filter wont let your start your engine!!!
On the frame rail, in front of the fuel tank assembly.
Just above the oil filter on the engine block.
It is in the tank, part of the fuel pump module.
No, Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches.