1994 Dodge Dakota QuestionsRefine by vehicle
for about 3mi down the road, then just lost power and won't restart. Timing lines up I have fire and fuel. No codes in system. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I already checked the fuse box and the fuse to it is just fine.
Just wanted to replace SMALL LEAK
this is my second truck same ,the first 2wd did the same when i sold it years ago.
In park, neutral or low idel while in gear, makes a loose noise. When driving, when more torque is required, it wants to kick back or klanking noises start occuring. Any Ideas
I disconnected one heater hose at a time flow is good going to the heater core but return flow is weak. Do heater cores fail this way? It has usually been my experience that they develop a leak when they fail. Do they get stopped up? I have only had the truck for 9 months and have no idea how it was maintained before I got it(probably not well, it still had original PCV at 160k). I have replaced the thermostat and temp sensor because gauge didn't register.
will NOT start.
It's a 4x4 131 wheel base extended cab. need the front hangers THANK'S FOR ANY HELP YOU CAN GIVE ME.
even in cold weather changed thermostat (didn't help). fan kicks on within 20 to 30 seconds after start-up... any ideas?
All of the other lights that are controlled by the light switch on the truck work. I checked the circuits with a probe and showed either a ground or positive signature. The fuses checked out and the bulbs show no broken filaments.
could change fuel filter - what else would you recommend?
The clips have broken due to age and wear and tear. I have the door panels off and just need some reference on wear some of the clips go. the doors still open from the inside.
when it is cold especially I crank up put the truck in reverse and the back area makes a loud wining noise. It makes the noise when going in reverse only. it does it most of the time, but always when its cold. I just had the transmission rebuilt less than two years ago. I don't think it is that. Could it be the pinoin nut on the rear axl