Do It Yourself Oil Change for a 1992 Dodge Dakota?

Answer Regularly changing your 1992 Dodge Dakota's oil is a sure way to guarantee its continued use. Motor oil cools, cleans and lubricates the engine's moving parts. It, not gasoline, is the Dakota's mos... Read More »

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How to Change the Brake Pads on a 1992 Dodge Dakota?

The 1992 Dodge Dakota features front disc brake pads and rear drum brakes. The front brakes work three times harder than the rear brakes, so they will need to be replaced more often. While the brak... Read More »

How to Change a 1992 Dodge Dakota Front Wheel Bearing?

The wheel bearings on a 1992 Dodge Dakota should be repacked with grease every 30,000 miles for maximum useful life expectancy. The rotor houses both the inner and outer wheel bearings that need to... Read More »

How to Install an Oil Pan Gasket in a 1992 Dodge Dakota?

The oil pan on your 1992 Dodge Dakota pickup truck is practically trapped under the engine compartment. There is no easy access to it without hoisting the engine a couple of inches at least. This m... Read More »

How to Remove the Oil Pan on a 1992 Dodge Dakota Sport?

If you have noticed oil under your 1992 Dodge Dakota Sport you will need to remove the oil pan so you can replace the oil-pan gasket. A small oil leak will become a larger oil leak. The result coul... Read More »