A 1991 Dodge Dakota will have either a V6 or a V8 engine.
There is no difference in a 1995 dodge dakota with a 3.9 v6 engine and a 2000 dodge dakota with a 3.9 v6 engine and you can exchange the newer engine with the older one.
Yes. A 3.9 v6 engine from a 1995 Dodge Dakota will fit into a 2000 Dodge Dakota with a 3.9 v6 engine. You will have to swap the intake and exhaust manifolds along with all sensors and fuel rail though.
If the engine is "cranking" then it is "turning over". Please be more specific.
A 1992 Dodge Dakota with a 5.2 L V8 has an engine oil capacity of 4.0 quarts.
A Dodge Dakota with a 4.7 takes 6 quarts with a filter change
Yes, depending on engine SIZE. (;
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.
Dodge does not have 4.3L engine. A 3.7L was not used in a 2000 Dakota. So no.Dodge does not have 4.3L engine. A 3.7L was not used in a 2000 Dakota. So no.
How do you replace a transmission solenoid on a 2001 dodge Dakota 4.7 engine 4x4 location?