How to Remove the EGR Valve From the 1994 Dodge Dakota?

Answer The 1994 Dodge Dakota was produced with three different engine options: the 2.5 liter 4-cylinder, a 3.9 liter V-6, and a 5.2 liter V-8. The Dakota was offered in both two-wheel drive and four-wheel... Read More »

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How to Install a Starter in a 1994 Dodge Dakota?

When your 1994 Dodge Dakota begins hesitating when you try to start it, or is not starting at all, this can be a sign of a starter beginning to fail. When your starter fails, your truck will no lon... Read More »

Where is the fuel filter on my 1994 Dodge Dakota?

The 1994 two-wheel-drive Dodge Dakota's fuel filter is under the bed of the vehicle, along the left-side frame rail. The four-wheel-drive Dodge Dakota's fuel filter is under the driver's side of th... Read More »

How to Clean an IAC Valve in a Dodge Dakota?

The Dodge Dakota is equipped with an idle control valve. Commonly referred to as the IAC valve, this component controls the Dakota’s idle speed by allowing a certain amount of air to bypass the t... Read More »

The Effects of a Bad PCV Valve on a Dodge Dakota?

A bad positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) valve in a Dodge Dakota can cause a variety of problems. Not only will your engine lose power, but it will also rattle, shake, cough and generally sound v... Read More »