It will *fit* because they offered that Dakota chassis with a V8. the 5.9 is a heavy engine. It might cause issues with the front end. A diesel Dakota is a cool idea though...
This engine will fit but there are other issues that will arise if you are planning on the swap the pcm for the 5.9 will be required for optimal performance and a tourque converter for a 5.9 is required due to the 5.9 being externally ballanced and the 5.2/3.9 being internally ballanced. depending on the year model of the donor the wiring harness does differ from year to year the injector plugs are different ect. good luck with the swap
The starter bolts on a 1998 Dodge Dakota require a 5/8 inch socket or wrench.
No, Dakota is 6 bolt. Cherokee is 5 bolt.No, Dakota is 6 bolt. Cherokee is 5 bolt.
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.
If they are Automatics it will not shift properly. It would bolt up if they are the same engine.
No, different bolt spacing
97 Dodge Dakota Club Cab is 6x4.5
No, there is no place on the back of the transmission to bolt it to.No, there is no place on the back of the transmission to bolt it to.
If it had a 5.2L, yes.If it had a 5.2L, yes.
5 bolt pattern
Yes, there is a bolt and a plate that holds the distributor down.
sorry to say this but it will not swap. they will bolt up but the 1996 is a computer controled trans. without the computer it will stay in low gear.
No, the Ram uses 5 bolt wheels.
6 lug 4.5" bolt pattern
think that's a 5 on 5.5 bolt pattern
It is what the rear wheels bolt to.It is what the rear wheels bolt to.
I know that it is five bolt
5 x 5.5 (139.7mm)
No, 2001 has 6 bolt hubs, 2006 has 5 bolt hubs