How to Remove the Rotor on a 2000 Dodge Dakota?

Answer The brake rotors on a 2000 Dodge Dakota are steel discs attached to the front wheels via the lug studs. A caliper containing two brake pads sits on top of the brake rotor. When the driver presses d... Read More »

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How to Remove Door Panels on a 2000 Dodge Dakota?

The door panels of the Dodge Dakota house the speakers and door handles, and cover the access holes in the car's metal doors. The door panels can be easily removed to allow access to the components... Read More »

How to Remove the 2000 Dodge Dakota Water Pump?

The engine installed in a 2000 Dodge Dakota has a water pump installed on the front of the engine. This pump makes sure that coolant flows between the radiator and engine, which keeps the engine co... Read More »

How to Remove a Front Axle in a 2000 Dodge Dakota?

Removing the front axle from your Dodge Dakota can be a big job; but if you have the tools to do the job yourself, you can save money and do it at home. The Dodge Dakota uses a CV or constant veloc... Read More »

How to Replace a Brake Rotor on a 2000 Dodge Caravan?

The brake rotors in your 2000 Dodge Caravan are very dependable components in the brake system. They provide excellent service for miles on the road even when they are neglected. But once you have ... Read More »