Where Are the Freeze Plugs on 1987 Dodge Dakota?

Answer The freeze plugs on your 1987 Dodge Dakota are small, thin, metallic discs located on the engine block. When Dodge designed the engine block, the freeze plugs were installed to absorb and shift if ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Freeze Plugs on a Dodge Dakota?

Dodge casts the engines of the Dakota using sand. The sand is packed into a mold with a void inside that matches the engine, and the pathways through the sand allow the molten iron to flow around,... Read More »

Oil Filter Location on a 1987 Dodge Dakota?

The 1987 Dodge Dakota is a tough work truck made for power and getting the job done. Changing the oil every 3,000 miles will ensure the truck has a long life. Location of the oil filter can be tric... Read More »

Where Are All the Freeze Plugs on a Dodge 360 Motor?

A little known maintenance part on most automobile engines is called the freeze plug. Because water expands when it freezes, in adverse conditions freezing coolant can crack and destroy an engine b... Read More »

How to Replace the Spark Plugs and Wires on a 1999 Dodge Dakota SLT?

Prior to the Dakota, Dodge offered buyers three other small pickups. The A100 was the first; it came in the form of a compact, forward-control van with its rear-end hacked off and made into a bed. ... Read More »