How to Remove a Two Barrel Carburetor on an '88 Dodge Dakota?

Answer The 1988 Dodge Dakota with a four-cylinder 2.2-liter engine uses a Holley 6280 two-barrel carburetor with an electric choke. These carburetors are completely rebuildable with kits available at auto... Read More »

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How to Remove a Single Barrel Carburetor?

A lot of older vehicles on the road today rely on simple carburetors to get air and fuel into their engine. While simple and effective, carburetors still need periodic inspection and maintenance to... Read More »

How to Remove the Radio in a Dodge Dakota?

The Dodge Dakota's formula for success is putting a full-size truck engine in a mid-size truck. The stereos that came with these trucks don't have much in the way of options, with a CD player being... Read More »

How to Remove the Clutch Fan in a Dodge Dakota?

The engine driven fan on the front of a Dodge Dakota has a clutch on it to control the speed at which it moves. This clutch spins the fan in proportion to the speed of the engine. When the clutch g... Read More »

How to Remove a Transmission Pan on a '93 Dodge Dakota?

On a 1993 Dodge Dakota with an automatic transmission, you'll need to replace the transmission filter according to the maintenance schedule for the truck. To get to the filter, you must remove the ... Read More »