Drive Belt Assembly Instructions for the 1997 Dodge Dakota V6?

Answer The engine accessories on the 1997 Dodge Dakota V6 engine are driven by a single drive belt. The belt is routed around all of the engine accessories in such a way that it operates each accessory. A... Read More »

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How to Remove the 1997 Dodge Dakota 2.5 Fan Belt?

The 2.5-liter engine on a 1997 Dodge Dakota uses a serpentine belt to power the engine accessories, including the engine fan (which is why some call it the fan belt). The fan belt can fray and stre... Read More »

How to Change the Drive Belt on a 4.7L Dodge Dakota?

The 4.7l V-8 Dodge engine is popular in the Dodge Dakota, mainly because of its high horsepower numbers in a low weight chassis. Like many modern V-8 engines, several critical engine parts and acce... Read More »

How to Change the Drive Belt on a 2003 4.7L Dodge Dakota?

The 2003 Dodge Dakota uses a single drive belt to turn components like the water pump, compressor and alternator. If the Dakota has a 4.7 liter V* engine, the drive belt tension is maintained by an... Read More »

How to Remove a Dodge Dakota Truck Tail Light Assembly?

The Dakota is a popular mid-size truck sold under Chrysler's Dodge brand. It only takes a few minutes to remove the tail light assembly from your Dodge Dakota. The only tool you need is a torx scre... Read More »