Tag: Dakota

Tech Thread Spotlight: 1st generation Dodge Dakota Fuel Gauge Fix

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If you’ve ever had a vehicle with a non-functioning fuel gauge it can prove to be a tremendous headache – especially if your Dodge Dakota happens to run out of gas because you forgot to keep track of how many miles you had driven since your last fill-up.  Fortunately, there are a few common problems […] More »

  Comments | By - October 10, 2013

Cool Thread of the Day: 1st Gen Dodge Dakota Member’s Rides

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One of my favorite kinds of threads to feature are model specific member’s rides pictorial threads because it gives us a look at all of the ways the different members can make their car or truck more distinct and this week we look at the 1st generation Dodge Dakota pictorial show off thread.  With the […] More »

  Comments | By - October 10, 2013

Truckin Fast Wednesday: 2g Dodge Dakota Blazes Down the 8th mile in 7.29 seconds

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This week’s Truckin Fast Wednesday feature takes a look at an awesome regular cab 2nd generation Dodge Dakota pickup in action on an eighth mile drag strip – with a resulting time of 7.29 miles per hour.  A simple conversion shows that this Dakota would be capable of running in the 11.30 range in the […] More »

  Comments | By - October 2, 2013

Cool Thread of the Day: 2g Dakota Before and After Thread

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We have looked at other before and after threads in the past and this week, we look at a before and after thread from our 2nd generation Dodge Dakota section.  This thread invites members with a 2g Dakota to post pictures of their trucks when they first got them (presumably stock or near stock) and […] More »

  Comments | By - October 2, 2013

Tech Thread Spotlight: How to change your Dodge Dakota ball joints

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Like many modern ball joint setups, the units found on the 2nd generation Dodge Dakota pickups are not greasable and the inability to keep those ball joints properly lubricated causes advanced wear.  Taking your Dakota to a dealership to have the ball joints replaced can be very costly but with some basic tools and a […] More »

  Comments | By - October 1, 2013

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