1991 Dodge Dakota Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1991 Dodge Dakota
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1991 Dodge Dakota ProblemsCam Sensor Failure Causing no Start or Stalling
On 3.7L V6 and 4.7L V8 engines the camshaft position sensor may fail causing the engine to crank but not start or it can cause intermittent stalling. A failed camshaft position sensor will require replacement.
If the threads strip where the front brake caliper mounts to the steering knuckle, a steering knuckle repair kit is available. A new steering knuckle is not normally necessary.
Engine overheating can result from coolant leaks which are commonly found at the thermostat housing gasket, water pump, heater return tube O-ring at the water pump, intake manifold gasket, and timing cover gasket. Our technicians recommend a complete inspection of the cooling system after any repairs are made to be sure there are no other leaks.
1991 Dodge Dakota QuestionsIt will start run good,then dies going down the road & won't restart for 30 min (1 answer)
after about 30 minutes it will restart and run good. Then dies again going about 5-10 miles, wait 30 or so minutes and restart good. I have had the computer box replaced, the coil replaced, tuned twice, plugs replaced & fuel filter replaced all by repair shop. What can I do now? Shop said not...
I have a 1991 dodge Dakota and for about a year it stalls whenever I hit the brake to stop. The other day it started and stalled within a few seconds and it won't start. I replaced the coil the one against the firewall and it still won't start any ideas in where to begin, unfortantly i do...