Troubleshooting a Dodge Dakota Brake Problem?

Answer The Dodge Dakota pickup truck is designed with a hydraulic master cylinder braking system, which uses front disc and rear drum components that can wear out and fail. Troubleshooting a Dakota brake ... Read More »

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Dodge Dakota Troubleshooting?

The Dakota has been a staple in the American automobile industry as the first mid-size pickup truck manufactured during the late 1980s. Knowing how to accurately and quickly troubleshoot your Dodge... Read More »

An Ignition Problem in a Dodge Dakota?

The Dodge Dakota, like other vehicles, relies on a complex system of mechanical and electrical components to start and run its engine. Dodge Dakotas can suffer from ignition problems that interrupt... Read More »

Troubleshooting Dodge Engine Problem?

Dodge vehicles, particularly the automaker's trucks equipped with the Cummins diesel engines, are reliable with few significant engine problems. But like any vehicle's engine, problems do occur. Ow... Read More »

How to Fix a Dodge Dakota With Bad Brake Pedal Response?

Chrysler pickup trucks, such as the Dodge Dakota, utilize a hydraulic system to operate the brakes at each of the four wheels. This hydraulic system consists of a master cylinder, power booster and... Read More »