How to Replace the Blower on a 1995 Dodge Dakota?

Answer Warm and cold air are circulated through your 1995 Dodge Dakota's vents by the blower motor. If the air does not blow out of your vents, or if it only blows at a very low speed even when it is turn... Read More »

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How to Replace a Blower Motor on a 94 Dodge Dakota?

The blower motor is a powerful fan that forces air through your Dodge's cooling system, driving either warm or cool air into the cabin. When the blower motor fails, that air can no longer circulate... Read More »

How to Replace a Head Gasket on a 1995 Dodge Dakota?

Replacing the head gasket in your 1995 Dodge Dakota is a job which should usually only be carried out by a professional mechanic as it involves taking apart a large section of the engine. If your h... Read More »

How to Replace the Upper Ball Joint in a 1995 Dodge Dakota?

The 1995 Dodge Dakota has upper ball joints connecting each tire to the vehicle's steering linkage. The upper ball joints allow you to steer the wheels. Without the upper ball joints, you will not ... Read More »

Where Is the Blower Resistor on a Dodge Dakota?

The blower system on a Dodge Dakota has several main components. One component is the blower motor assembly. This assembly has an electric motor and fan that blow air through the ductwork of your D... Read More »