How to Change a U-Joint on a 1999 Dodge Dakota?

Answer The Dodge Dakota was introduced in 1987 as a mid-size truck that was larger than a compact yet smaller than a full-size truck. The 1999 Dodge Dakota was offered with the option of a 3.9 liter V-6, ... Read More »

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How to Change 1999 Dodge Dakota Brake Rotors?

Brake pads are made to wear out more quickly than rotors, but if you have changed the pads a few times, or if you have left your pads on too long and had metal on metal contact, you may need to cha... Read More »

How to Replace a Dodge Dakota Lower Ball Joint?

The ball joint in the Dodge Dakota's lower control arm controls the steering and suspension much like the upper bone joint connected to the pelvis controls the leg. If your truck's ball joint needs... Read More »

1999 Dodge Dakota Oil Types?

The 1999 Dodge Dakota can use different types of engine oil depending on the size of the engine -- 8-cylinder, 6-cylinder or 4-cylinder. The type of engine oil is also determined by the environment... Read More »

How to Refill the AC in a 1999 Dodge Dakota?

All vehicles manufactured after 1995, including the 1999 Dodge Dakota, use R134a refrigerant to keep their AC, or air-conditioning, running cool. Over time, most air-conditioning units loose their ... Read More »