Question about 1992 Dodge Dakota
My truck is flooding real bad I wanted to check the fuel pressure regulator where is it located.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I doubt the regulator is bad, the fuel pressure regulator is after the injectors in the return stream to the tank, more likely it is the fuel pump.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
Then i think i'd be dumping some soapy water on the intake gaskets checking for leaks. ANd wiggle the **** out of all vacuum hoses. ( you probably did that) And if there aren't any, your cam could be tired. You got a tough one there. Hard to figure with a keyboard.
Posted on May 17, 2009
SOURCE: 95 dakota cranks but wont start
Well I'm a chrysler master tech & this is a little odd. There's alot of things not in the question so here are mine. I'm assuming it's a 3.9 no 4wd. When did this happen? When you check for power do you have some one turn the key on while you check? If still no power then make sure all the fuses are good from the one under the hood to the one inside the cab. Next be sure to check the grounds. You'll need to by a manual like a Haynes in order to get a decent wiring diagram. In a worst case senario the main power box under the hood has an issue & the asd relay gets no power,hence no start. Ran into it on a 95 caravan & it took a week to figure it out & no replacement was available & I had to hard wire it so it would run. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
I assume there are no oil leaks on the motor that could be contributing to loss of oil pressure.
I would have the engine oil pressure checked by a mechanic with an independent oil pressure gauge to see what might be going on. I would want to do this on a cold engine and also after the motor has been operating for a while and the oil is quite hot.
( I would also immediately be replacing the oil filter in case there is some blockage problem there. I very much doubt it but I would be doing that anyway just to be sure as it is simple and cheap to do. You say the oil level in the motor is correct and that it has been recently changed).
If there was a problem with the oil pressure sender unit I suspect you would have more frequent symptoms than you have indicated.
If the oil pump was faulty I believe you should also be getting more frequent symptoms.
It could be that the oil pressure relief valve is intermittently temporarily sticking in the open position and the pressure then being generated by the oil pump is insufficient to reach the minimum level. The warning light then illuminates.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
there is only one oxygen sensor.. it is located in the exhaust pipe comming out of the engine jusy at the starting of exhaust... u can easily find it and replace it..
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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