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2002 Dodge Dakota Recalls

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Most Recent 2002 Dodge Dakota Recall

On December 24, 2007, Dodge recalled 576,418 Dodge Dakota. On certain van and pickup trucks equipped with automatic transmissions, the ignition/park shift interlock system may become inoperative. this can allow the shifter to be moved out of the "park" position with the ignition key removed (or in the "lock" position). this can also allow the ignition key to be removed when the shifter has not been placed in the "park" position.
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2002 Dodge Dakota Recall Details

RepairPal Expert Overview on December 24, 2007
On certain van and pickup trucks equipped with automatic transmissions, the ignition/park shift interlock system may become inoperative. this can allow the shifter to be moved out of the "park" position with the ignition key removed (or in the "lock" position). this can also allow the ignition key to be removed when the shifter has not been placed in the "park" position.
RepairPal Expert Overview on December 21, 2004
On certain sport utility vehicles and pickup trucks equipped with four-wheel drive (4x4), if moisture leaks into the front suspension upper ball joint, evacuation of the lubricant and corrosion of the joint may cause the joint to wear over an extended period of time. this could cause a clunking noise in the front suspension, which may not always be heard by the vehicle occupants.
RepairPal Expert Overview on July 12, 2004
On certain pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles, the windshield wiper module motor may be susceptible to water intrusion that could cause internal corrosion and result in partial or complete loss of front windshield wiping capability.
Summary on March 1, 2004
On certain minivans and 4x2 pickup trucks, the vehicle certification label may have gross axle weight ratings (gawr) that exceed the maximum tire load capacity as defined in federal motor vehicle safety standard no. 120, ¿tire selection and rims for motor vehicles other than passenger cars.¿
RepairPal Expert Overview on November 3, 2003
On certain pickup trucks equipped with manual transmissions, the headlamp and dash wiring harness may be chafed by the actuation of the clutch pedal. this could result in abnormal operation of the wipers, turn signals, horn or lighting systems.