valve guides are worn. Have it done when the engine is rebuilt probably in 50,000 miles.
That could be it...also try switching to synthetic oil. My 94 Dakota was losing a quart a month/thousand miles, then we switched to synthetic, and by the next oil change we were losing none at all. We were using Valvoline Max Life Full Synthetic. It actually strengthens the seals and reduces leaking that way.
they make a Dodge Dakota, witch is a very small pickup and a Dodge Ram that is a little bigger than the Dakota and you can get in flatbed and dually, witch you cannot get with a Dakota
Yes it does.
The Dodge Dakota pickup truck has CV joints on both front wheels. The pickup truck also has a driveshaft, as it is rear wheel drive.
it is located in the fuel tank
In the fuel tank.
a couple of thousand
No vacuum tubes on the Dakota. It uses electric servos.
In a motor manual for same vehicle.
The 1989 Dodge Dakota automatic shutdown relay switch is located in the fuse box. The fuse box can be found in the engine compartment.
You have to remove the fuel tank or truck bed to access it.