2012- A YEAR OF EPIC CRASHES
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I have had several people ask me to put together a crash compilation from
2012 so I finally got around to it. Hope you guys and girls enjoy. Be sure
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Review: 2008 Dodge Dakota
The 2008 Dakota Extended Cab 4X4 is a 4-door, up to 5-passenger compact
pickup, available in 6 trims, ranging from the ST to the LARAMIE. Upon
introduction, the ST is equipped with a standard 3.7-liter, V6, 210-horsepower engine that
achieves 15-mpg in the city and 19-mpg on the highway.
1999 twin turbo Dakota R/T
Chuck's truck as seen with SDCE built 360 cid.
Has run a best of 121mph in the quarter with only 10pis on street trim.
Truck has mild street manners with oem quality SDCE turbo kit installed.
SDCE Twin turbo kit fits R/T's,
Dakota's, Rams 5.2L and 5.9's.
How to Replace a Leaky Exhaust Manifold Gasket on a 2005-2011 Dodge Dakota or Durango 4.7L V8
A week after someone asked me if I have ever had to replace a leaky Exhaust manifold gasket, my manifold starts
leaking. This job is a bit of a pain, but as long as you work methodically,
you should be able to fix this problem without too much trouble. I always
recommend buying and using new bolts if you are going to attempt this job,
it's cheap insurance.
I am not responsible for any mishaps that may have occurred from following
these procedures. I do this to help you, the car owner, and cannot assume
responsibility for any problems. Please use this information to help
yourself, good luck, and take care.
Dodge Dakota Coolant Leak Repair - Including Bypass Hose, Thermostat, Water Pump, etc.
To get to what turned out to be a Thermostat leak we had to remove the
The Serpentine belt, the fan, the Air Conditioning Compressor, the
Alternator and the A/C and Alternator Bracket.
This way you can easily access the bypass hose, the thermostat housing, and
the upper heater hose (or otherwise called the heater to engine hose).
This also gives you free access to the water pump if you were going to
replace it. This is actually the easiest way to access the water pump as
opposed to the way the service manual describes removing it (without
removing the A/C and Alternator bracket).
However, after doing the job we discovered a second leak on the lower
heater hose (or the heater to water pump return hose). Which also needed
to be corrected.