1989 dodge colt no start;noid light steady bright
A 1989 Dakota has throttle body fuel injection.
Im getting air to my throttle body but no gas comeing out the injection just air
The throttle positioning sensor is located in the throttle body.
The 89 Dodge Ram didn't have a carburetor, it is throttle body fuel injected. The emission vacuum hose diagram should be posted on a sticker located in the engine compartment.
1st check throttle housing,then if it is the cable getting stuck you can oil it a little bit
The engine diagram for a 1989 Dodge Dakota be can be found in the Dakota service manual. The manual is available through most auto parts, or possibly at the public library.
bad injecter, o-rings are bad, need to either rebuild or replace
the dodge/ cummins engine does not have glow plugs
That is a throttle body injection system.
you have a vacum leak on your throttle body
Attached to the bottom of the engine.
Go to your local dodge dealer and ask if you can get a copy.
Dodge started using the 5.9L Cummins engine in the 1989 model year.
Look at the rear lower end of the engine
The engine computer (behind the battery) is the regulator.
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.
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I got 89 dodge dakota 2.5 engine 5 speed pickup won't
It starts better when its warm!
It should be on the drivers side front of the engine. Follow your fuel line from the throttle body forward and down.