My 1998 Dodge Dakota Won't Start?

Answer Three aspects of engine management could cause the 1998 Dodge Dakota to not start. An engine needs fuel and spark to work properly. In addition to the fuel management and ignition systems, a fuel-i... Read More »

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How to Drain the Radiator in a 1998 Dodge Dakota?

When you need to replace the coolant in your 1998 Dodge Dakota, or if you have a damaged radiator, you must drain the coolant from the radiator. Your Dakota's radiator has a drain petcock on the ba... Read More »

How to Replace the Starter in a 1998 Dodge Dakota?

The telltale sign of a failing starter is when you get into your Dakota and instead of hearing the engine come to life, you simply hear clicking from the solenoid. Tapping on the starter with a cro... Read More »

How to Remove a 1998 Dodge Dakota Fuel Tank?

The 1998 Dodge Dakota was equipped with a 2.5-liter in-line four-cylinder engine in the base model, along with a two-wheel drive system. The 1998 Dakota was available with a four-wheel drive system... Read More »

How to Replace a Speed Sensor in a 1998 Dodge Dakota?

The transmission speed sensor on a 1998 Dodge Dakota is located in the overdrive gear case. This sensor actively monitors the speed of the transmission output shaft and relays this information to t... Read More »