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Dodge Dakota

The Dodge Dakota is a mid-size pickup truck manufactured by Chrysler since 1987. The Dakota has been commonly used by many fire and police departments as bush truck, patrol car or off-road vehicle.

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What is the tightening sequence and recommended torque the transmission pan on a 2004 dodge neon?

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The tightening sequence for the transmission pan on a 2004 Dodge Neon typically involves starting at the center and working your way outwards in a criss-cross pattern. The recommended torque for the transmission pan bolts is usually around 12-15 ft-lbs. Make sure to consult your vehicle's specific manual for the exact torque specification.

Setting the clock on BMW 325 ci?

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To set the clock on a BMW 325ci, you typically need to locate the clock button on the dashboard or center console. Press and hold the clock button until the time display starts flashing. Use the other buttons or knobs to adjust the hours and minutes to set the correct time. Once set, press the clock button again to save the new time. Refer to your owner's manual for specific instructions.

Would a 2.5L fit in place of 3.9L on a 1990 dodge dakoda?

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No, a 2.5L engine would not directly fit in place of a 3.9L engine in a 1990 Dodge Dakota without significant modifications. The engine mounts, wiring harness, computer system, exhaust system, and other components would need to be modified to accommodate the different engine size. It is recommended to consult a mechanic or engine swap specialist for guidance.

What fuse controls the brake lights on an 1993 topaz?

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The brake lights on a 1993 Topaz are typically controlled by the fuse labeled "STOP" in the fuse box. The fuse box is usually located under the dashboard or in the engine compartment. If the fuse is intact and the brake lights still do not work, you may need to check the brake light switch and bulbs.

What is the torque level for valve cover gasket on 1989 mercury topaz 2dot3l?

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The torque specification for the valve cover bolts on a 1989 Mercury Topaz 2.3L is usually around 35 inch-pounds. It is recommended to tighten the bolts in a crisscross pattern to ensure even distribution of torque and to prevent leaks.

How do you put a '95 Dakota automatic shift linkage together?

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To put together the '95 Dakota automatic shift linkage, first ensure all components are clean and free of debris. Then, following the service manual, align and connect the shift rod to the transmission lever, ensure proper adjustment, and tighten all bolts securely. Finally, test the shifter to ensure it shifts smoothly through all gears before driving the vehicle.

Definition for extra cab?

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An extra cab, also known as an extended cab, is a type of pickup truck cab that provides additional space behind the front seats for passengers or storage. It typically has smaller rear doors that open in the opposite direction of the front doors to allow entry to the rear seating area.

How to replace a door window on a 1995 Dodge Dakota pickup truck?

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you take out the busted one and put a new one in Assuming its similar to a Durango here is how it is done: Answer That answer leaves a little to be desired. Actually, the cables for the power window run around inside the door on plastic guides and they sometimes break. I had to take mine to the dealer as they cannot be repaired and the power window system is one unit. Good luck! I've had three of these go bad on my 2001 Durango. Its never the motor and always the plastic guides or regulator as said above. I have found one dealer that did sell just the regulator without the motor but for most its all or nothing $300. If Dodge does it your looking at $600. They sell the entire regulator/motor assembly at discount auto $97.00 or pep boys $120.00 and the parts fit exactly. If you've never done this its probably best to go buy the part first so you can see what it looks like because you cant see it even with the door panel off. This will also give you an idea where the screws are for the old regulator/motor. Remove the door panel along with the white plastic sound proofing membrane if installed. Then you need to lower window down 3/4 of the way so you can remove the screws that hold the window to the mechanism. Then pull the window up by hand and secure up with block of wood in door or use a rubber door stop between window and door frame to keep in place. DO NOT LET WINDOW FALL. Then remove four screws that hold regulor guide in place, you will also need to remove 3 screws from motor. If the motor is riveted in place you will need to drill these out first ( replace with screws on reassembly that come with new mechanism). Disconnect electrical plug from motor and reach inside door panel and rotate entire assembly towards the back of the vehicle to get it out the tiny hole. It will fit through as assembled. Installation of new unit is basically the opposite except after you have the regulator and motor installed with screws, reconnect the electrical plug so you can lower the window clamp into position (about 3/4 down). Then remove wood or stopper from window and lower by hand into positon of the regulator clamp. Secure with two screws and your done. Takes less than an hour. == == Try this link. Hopefully it helps. http://www.dodgeforum.com/m_650637/tm.htm
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How do you change a water pump on a 1992 dodge Dakota 5.2L?

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Take off your belt. Take off the fan. take off water hoses on pump. Unscrew all bolts on water pump. There are many. Put new pump in the same spot . Put silicone sealer on all of the connecting metal of the new pump. Place the new pump on and bolt it back up again. Wait a while for the silicone to set and dry.

How do you fix your gas gauge on a 1995 dodge Dakota truck?

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The Ranger fuel gauge could have several problems causing it not to work. These problems include, blown fuse, bad wiring, loose connections, or a bad fuel sending unit in the fuel tank.

Air conditioner recharge?

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If older then 95, it runs r12 refrigerant, and you need to have a pro use a recapture machine for the newer formula conversion. If 95 or newer, simply remove the low pressure line cap, plug on your 134 refrigerant w oil can, and fill with vehicle running and AC on. Do not over fill, most these DIY kits have a gauge, so keep it in the green.

What is a dovetail jig?

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A dovetail jig is used to create dovetail joints. The male and female fittings of dovetail joints have a trapezoidal shape to create a tight fit when pieced together.

What is the best golf ball for a 10 or lower handicapper?

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Titleist has been a trusted ball among many pros in the world. Though many others can say their golfballs are better Titeist has been around long enough to stand on its own among the best

How do you remove radio from a 2002 dodge Dakota?

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1st Remove the dash Panel it easly snaps off. then it exposes the radio bracket screws remove those then the radio slides out then remove the cables and antenna from the back and your Done!!

Good Luck

Matt

How do you remove the radio in a 1999 dodge Dakota?

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Remove the plastic cover surrounding the stereo and air conditioning knobs/vents. Use a flat screwdriver with the tip covered with tape (not to scratch anything). Slip the screwdriver under the plastic cover and pry off, not too hard. If you wiggle around you will find the clips holding it in. Pry near the clips so you don't crack anything. Once the cover is off you should be able to see the bolts holding the radio in. Take the bolts out and pull the stereo out. Unplug the wires and the antenna. Now you have an empty space to add a new after market stereo, I recommend an Alpine.

How do you apply fiberglass to repair rust hole on car?

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place a coat of resin onto metal. then sheet of fiberglass, then resin, then fiberglass, and so on...until you achieve your desired thickness....PS: You will want to roll out the air bubbles every 2 to 3 layers for best results

Where is the auto shut down relay on a 1988 dodge Dakota?

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I tried trouble shooting my 1993 dodge dynasty when the fuel pump went intermittent. We looked for the accident fuel shut off relay everywhere thinking it was an active thing rather than a passive relay near the air filter.

As I remember it, the computer (in mine) shuts of the relay or rather doesn't turn it on and let it run--no power to the relay. I had a schematic of the Internet that showed two relays were involved--

That's all I can remember now--it's been months and "experts" gave me all sort of stupid and wrong information--trying to trouble shoot the pump in the tank--sensor wires and what not they were easy to see under the car.

They had cross-over pumps on some Internet site for about $50

Where can you find a wiring diagram for an older Dodge pickup that includes the tail lights brake lights and blinkers?

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I think I can answer my own question. Went to walmart and found a brake light for a tow hitch, with a logic circuit on it for $10. I also purchased a converter from a 7 way trailer hitch plug to a 4 way, which is needed for the trailer hitch light. It also was $10. so I will tap into the logic circuit to the third brake light. for $20 it solved my problem. Thought I would pass this along.

What are the torque specifications for the water pump bolts on a 1992 Dodge Dakota?

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For all 1992 Dodge Dakota V6 andV8 engines:

  • All of the water pump bolts are to be torqued to 30 ft. lbs.

For 1992 Dodge Dakota 4 cylinder engines:

  • Upper bolts are torqued to 21 ft. lbs.
  • Lower bolts are torqued to 40 ft. lbs.
  • Waterpump housing-to-cover bolts are torqued to 105 inchlbs.

Where is throttle position sensor on 2000 dodge Dakota?

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Remove your air cleaner assembly, and the TPS is mounted on the throttle body, on the left if looking from the front of the truck, it will have an electrical plug on it, and I believe it has 3 screws holding it on.

Where is the starter solenoid on a 1999 Dodge Dakota?

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Right side of vehicle under the oil filter for 4.0 engines.

It is located on the starter. The solenoid is another smaller cylindrical shaped device that is mounted to the starter.

If you have to replace it you have to buy the whole starter assembly that comes with a solenoid.

I have not found a way to replace only the solenoid.

Jeep engineered this to benefit their dealer service garages.

What freon goes in a 1990 Dodge Dakota?

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1993 jeep Cherokee uses R12. But, if your vehichle has been upgraded it would be R134a. Look at your compressor, located on the mid lieft front side of the engine compartment. If it's OEM it should tell you what type of refrigerant is used. Also, you can look at the engine compartment sticker, located drivers side, against the fire wall.

Where is number 1 cylinder in 2001 dodge Dakota?

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The front cylinder is #1. That is the cylinder on the opposite end of the engine that the transmission connects too.

The front cylinder is #1. That is the cylinder on the opposite end of the engine that the transmission connects too.

What would be causing your 1974 Super Beetle to not turn over with a few turns of the key yet sometimes starts right off?

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it may be your alternator going bad that is what happened to mine, and i just changed the alternator, and it fires right up, to check your alternator start your car if it will start, and while its running take off your positive battery cable, if it dies your alternator is bad if it stays runnign your alternator is good, then it could just be your compression, or something in your gas.