Steering Shaft Removal on a 1988 Dodge Dakota?

Answer The steering shaft on your 1988 Dodge Dakota is the column supporting the steering wheel. The steering shaft also houses the turn signal switch and the wiper switch. In order to remove the Dakota's... Read More »

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How to Remove a Drive Shaft From a 90 Dodge Dakota?

The 1990 Dodge Dakota is a rear-wheel drive truck, meaning that is uses a drive shaft to direct the power produced by the engine to a differential, which then carries that energy to the rear wheels... Read More »

How to Adjust the Idle on a 1988 Dodge Dakota?

The Dodge Dakota truck was produced with a 2.6 liter or 3.9 liter engine. Both of these engine used a carburetor to regulate and supply fuel to the engine. Idle speed adjustment can be required for... Read More »

How to Replace a Starter on a 1988 Dodge Dakota?

When the starter in your Dodge Dakota starts to grind or stops working when you turn the key, pull it out of the truck for bench testing. The starter motor turns the engine, building combustion in ... Read More »

How to Bleed a Clutch in a 1988 Dodge Dakota?

The 1988 Dodge Dakota is equipped with a manual transmission and a hydraulically operated clutch. The clutch system uses a master cylinder connected to the clutch pedal to compress the hydraulic fl... Read More »