How to Change a Dakota Head Light?

Answer You should keep the headlights on your Dodge Dakota in working order at all times. The headlights on your truck improve your range of vision in low light conditions. Other drivers rely on your ligh... Read More »

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How to Change a Head Gasket on a 1991 Dodge Dakota 4-Cylinder?

Replacing a head gasket on a 1991 Dodge Dakota is a complex job. If you suspect that the head gasket is blown -- which could be the result of improper installation or damage from chronic engine ove... Read More »

How to Change Light Bulbs in a 2002 Dakota?

You may need to replace the headlight bulb in your 2002 Dodge Dakota for several reasons. The bulb may fail due to age or damage. You may want to replace the factory bulb with a newer type of high-... Read More »

How to Change the Headlamp Light Bulb on a 2006 Dodge Dakota?

Once you know how to change the headlamp light bulb on your 2006 Dodge Dakota, you'll be ready any time the next one inevitably goes out. From now on, keep a spare bulb or two in your glove compart... Read More »

How do I Change the Instrument Panel Light Bulb in a 1991 Dodge Dakota?

The 1991 Dodge Dakota's instrument panel houses various indicator and illumination lights that use 161-type bulbs. If any of the bulbs on the instrument panel burn out, you should change them as so... Read More »