Dodge Dakota Problem Report

Dodge Dakota Replace timing belt at 60,000 miles in hot climates

(3 reports)

The timing belt may need replacement at 60,000 miles or sooner in hot climates. The square-toothed design and high heat contribute to the accelerated wear.

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