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

Answer 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 »

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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 »

Drive Belt Assembly Instructions for the 1997 Dodge Dakota V6?

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 »

How to Change the Thermostat on a 2003 Dodge Dakota?

The 2003 Dodge Dakota is a great workhorse-style truck. It's capable of high payloads and has great towing capability. To keep your Dakota up to doing its daily tasks, you need to keep the engine r... Read More »

How to Change the Fan Belt on a 1995 Dodge Dakota?

The fan on the 1995 Dodge Dakota is controlled by a single serpentine belt, which also controls all of the other accessories at the same time. When the motor is running, the belt is driven around e... Read More »