1999 Dodge Dakota Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1999 Dodge Dakota
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1999 Dodge Dakota Problems"No start" Caused By Failed Fuel Pump
Fuel pump failures are common on higher mileage models, Resulting in a crank no start condition.
clearcoat coming off have noticed quite afew dodge dakotas with this problem
On the 3.9L V6, 5.2L V8 and 5.9L V8 the Oil leaks commonly from the valve cover gaskets, intake manifold gaskets (front and rear), timing cover gaskets, distributor O-ring, and the rear main seal area. Using fluorescent engine oil dye can be helpful in determining the source(s) of the oil leak.
1999 Dodge Dakota QuestionsTruck randomly sputters with loss of power and idles rough like it has been cammed (1 answer)
Bought my 1999 Dakota with 5.2 for a work truck. It has 170000 miles. Had an issue with turn signal wiring being pinched under the gas tank that has been fixed. I have replace the map, IAC, and the throttle control module. It recently started sputtering sounding like its missing. Also when proble...
the dam thing dies driving at any speed sometimes it will start right back up other times I have to weight till it cools down I replaced the cam sensor already?
1999 Dodge Dakota RecallsRecall 01V119000
Chrysler is recalling certain 1997-2000 Dodge Dakota, 1998-2000 Dodge Durango, and 1997-2001 Dodge Ram 1500/2500 models because sound deadening material inside the steering wheel may become dislodged and interfere with the clock spring ribbon, which can cause an open electrical circuit. An open circuit in the clock spring will illuminate the air bag warning light and disable the air bag system. With the air bag system disabled, there is an increased chance of injury in the event of a crash. Dealers will replace the clock spring to correct this concern.
Vehicles may not have adequate clearance between the left front brake tube and the power steering hose, which can cause the brake tube to wear and a brake fluid leak. Loss of brake fluid can reduce braking efficiency, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will inspect the brake tube and power steering hose for wear and replace them if necessary. A power steering bracket will be installed to insure adequate clearance between the brake pipe and power steering hose.