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You are in the Dodge Dakota-2010 and older
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#24 of 43 Wheel Bearing replacement
Feb 23, 2009 (4:09 pm)
I now know it's a sealed unit. Advanced Auto will, howevever, sell you a gear puller (for the hub) and you simply return it for credit when your done (Nice). The most difficult part of the replacement is cracking the 1.5" retaining nut. Thanks again for you response.
#25 of 43 Wheel Bearing replacement
Feb 23, 2009 (4:14 pm)
By the way, you can opt for the "Economy" Hub $75.00 or premium for around $150.00. (Sanel Auto Parts). Most places I contacted marked up the "Economy" to around $125.00. Premium up to $190.00. Good going Sanel!
#26 of 43 Re: Wheel Bearing replacement [gbetts]
Feb 27, 2009 (1:55 pm)
I am having the same problem. Using SKF brg/hub assemblies, I have replaced both sides twice in the last year. Had a 4 wheel alignment done...tech said nothing unordinary. No brake drag. I would think that SKF would be OE supplier or at least a top line replacement...am I missing something?
2003 QC 4X4 3.9L
Mar 11, 2009 (2:01 am)
I have a 2002 dodge dakota quad cab. My question is how do i take my tail light lenses off and clean them. For some reason when i bought it there was dirt caked inside the lenses and the tail lights are hard to see.
#28 of 43 Re: Tail light lens [dodgedriver02]
Mar 11, 2009 (4:52 pm)
Lower the tailgate and look for two Torx-head screws on the side of the tailgate janb on the box. Remove these screws. Standing at the rear of the vehicle, pull the tail lamp assembly outwards from the body.
#29 of 43 battery keeps dying. pcm?
May 02, 2009 (5:04 pm)
help pleaseee.dodge dakato 3.9L automatic truck . the battery keeps dying. not sure if its the pcm because one day the battery volts are normal..the next its back down to 10 and the car just runs off the batery..i have replaced the alternator and battery..the alternator connections seem to be good. the alternator guy told me my truck year and model are known for there voltage regulators going out. i guess im not sure if thats it because the cars battery power is working fine one day and not the next..this last time though might be it..not sure where to go from here..buy a pcm or ?? thanks
#30 of 43 Re: battery keeps dying. pcm? [ra3154]
May 03, 2009 (3:52 pm)
I'm not aware of PCMs being a general problem on any year Dakota.
What year is the truck?
#31 of 43 Re: battery keeps dying. pcm? [dustyk]
May 03, 2009 (5:08 pm)
oh sorry..didnt notice..its a 1998 dakota..the alternator guy might of just been saying that but yeah he said 94-99s there voltage regulators go out alot..
#32 of 43 could it be the computer?
Jun 18, 2010 (11:17 am)
Dodge dakota 2002 v8, Was running fine, took my son to the hospital where the truck set for 3 hours....5 miles from the hospital the truck shut off while stopped at a red light, 105 degrees out, while attempting to restatrt the RPM maxxed out, the fuel injectors kicked on dumping gas yet the truck didn't start...after sitting for 6 hours truck started ran 60 miles home but when entered drive shut down and began acting up again, it sat overnight and started just fine in the morning. When the truck warms up, the fuel pump kicks in the injectors start dumping but the truck does not start. and Rpm max out without the truck started.Noone in panama City, Florida that I've talked to has had this problem. Where should I start?
#33 of 43 update on #32
Jun 30, 2010 (5:50 am)
I replaced the crankshaft senor and the truck started, then the check engine light came on it shut off, I restarted the truck engine light still on let it idle for a while light went out, truck started several times with no problem and no codes, test drove the truck about 40 miles with no problem, left for work got less than 2 miles truck shut off while going 40mph, check engine light on but no codes show...I guess my next step is to check wiring?I don't really want to put 600.00 minto a computer if I don't need it, I'm a single parent and need my truck to get to work.