'98 Dodge Dakota Check Engine Error P0340?

Answer Error code "p0340" in your 1998 Dodge Dakota indicates there is no signal being relayed from the camshaft position sensor to the vehicle computer. This is a code that cannot be ignored and in some ... Read More »

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How to Reset the Check Engine Light in a Dodge Dakota?

Resetting the check engine light on your Dodge Dakota is necessary after you complete regular maintenance on your vehicle, or after you've fixed or replaced an electronic-related component that tri... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a Dodge Dakota Engine?

After years of wear and tear, potential Dodge Dakota engine problems can take many forms. The engine can backfire, the engine can make knocking noises and the acceleration can lag or falter. For ev... Read More »

1999 Dodge Dakota Engine Options?

The 1999 Dakota was part of the second-generation of the model produced by Dodge between 1997 and 2004. The Dakota, following years of pedestrian styling and sharing just a minute share of the comp... Read More »

How to Check the Transmission Fluid Level in a Dodge Dakota?

Checking the fluid level in the automatic transmission of your Dodge Dakota pickup should be part of your regular maintenance routine. The transmission fluid is critical to proper operation of the ... Read More »