Question about 2009 Dodge Dakota Crew
How do I replace the right rear o2 sensor on my 2009 Dakota?
I use a standard 7/8 deep socket 1/2 drive and grind a slot for the wire. If you dont erase the code it will erase by himself ,if the trouble was fix after a certain number of ignition cycle without the trouble but he will stay in historic code
Posted on Apr 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the gasket for the bottom of the intake plenum
to check remove pcv valve from the valve cover plug the vent hose from the other valve cover and the hole the pcv valve was removed from with your fingers while the engine is idleing. if it builds up a vacuum, noticable by a air rush sound when you remove finger from vent/pcv grommet hole then the gasket for the plate on the bottom of the intake plenum has blown out. it is a very common problem and results in fould plugs and oil consumption problems.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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SOURCE: O2 Sensor for Dodge dakota 98
You could replace the sensor yourself but you'd need a diognostic computer to clear the error codes from your car's ecm or you'll continue to have the problem even after you replace the sensor. A lot of the mobile mechanics have these diognostic computers with their tools.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
SOURCE: O2 Sensor location
the sensor is located behind the catalytic converter in the cylinder bank that contains number 1 cylinder.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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Pretty simple you just unplug it and unscrew it with a 7/8 socket or wrench.You can borrow a special socket from auto zone if you need it.Might want to spray it with some WD40 and let it soak for a little too.Good luck
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
I am pretty sure each O2 Sensor has it's own code.
If you have the code scanned again, it will tell you which one it is, bank 1 or bank 2 . before or after the Cat.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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