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Mohamed Kamba
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1/04/2017
20:26:47

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my car Dakota 1997 sport says check gauges .. no idea what is that



Delores Lane
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5/08/2018
16:33:53

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I have a 94 dodge Dakota I have replaced the fuel pump checked all relays but it will not start it will crank but no start can anyone give me some ideas what else to try



Jay Zentner
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5/30/2020
19:44:34

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2002 Dakota 3.9l. No spark, no fuel pressure and
no communication with the ALDL connector. Battery
good, tested crank sensor, cam sensor, cap, rotor
and wires. All checked good. Replaced coil due to
some corrosion. Checked ASD Relay (replaced with
known good relay) and checked fuses. Still
nothing. Any help would be appreciated.



Devon Rose
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6/22/2020
11:00:25

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I have a 93 Dakota, 5.2l v8 I tried starting it this morning,
wouldn’t start. And the check engine light doesn’t light up. So I
checked to see if there’s spark or fuel. I have neither. But it
cranks. Anywho I checked the fuses and the relays and theyre
good. Everything is getting power as it should. So then after
that I did some research and I found that it’s a pretty common
issue and I read that some wires need to be redone due to
corrosion (as I read on this site) So I did that, found a few
corroded connections. Fixed those and it’s still doing the same
thing. I also replaced the distributor rotor and cap and pickup
and got nothing. Any suggestions would be amazing



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