What Are the Symptoms of Bad O2 Sensors on a '99 Dodge Dakota?

Answer Mounted in the exhaust stream, oxygen sensors are important components of any late-model engine's emissions system and its computerized engine control system. 1999 Dodge Dakotas came equipped with ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Oxygen Sensors on a '93 Dodge Dakota?

The oxygen sensor on a 1993 Dodge Dakota is a little electronic device that helps control emissions by sending data to an on-board computer which allows it to monitor and adjust the fuel-to-air rat... Read More »

How many speed sensors are on a dodge dakota?

There are two speed sensors on the Dodge Dakota. There is the vehicle speed sensor on both the two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive models, and there is an output speed sensor as well.Source:Auto R... Read More »

Bad Ignition Coil Symptoms in a Dodge Dakota?

The Dodge Dakota has in the past relied on a traditional ignition system that utilizes a single coil to produce the spark at the spark plugs that is responsible for ignition of the fuel and air mix... Read More »

2008 Dodge Dakota Vs. 2007 Dodge Dakota?

The 2007 and 2008 Dodge Dakota were two of the model-year entries for the third and last generation of production for this mid-size pickup truck, which lasted from 2005 to 2011. However the 2008 re... Read More »