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Check fuses first then check for pinched wiring in the back/then check bulbs please rate my response thank you very much

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How do i shut off the abs and brake lights on my 2001 dodge dakota

The warning lights are on because the abs system is disabled.
You would need to scan the computer for trouble codes then fix the problem to keep the lights off.

Feb 12, 2014 | 2001 Dodge Dakota

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2001 Dodge Dakota brake lights wont work power to brake lite switch replaced switch same problem

Check to see if you have power from Brake Light Switch to Brake Light, if you do, you have a Short or a bad Ground somewhere between the Brake Light Switch and the Brake Lights.

Aug 24, 2010 | 2001 Dodge Dakota

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I have a 2001 Dodge Dakota that will not lock up the brakes. Everything has been replaced and it coasts to a stop. The pedel goes to the floor at full stop . Master cyl, prop valve, new lines, and...

Master cylinter is shot is my first thought. if it has been replaced with a referb.. replace it again. make sure you bench bleed the master cylinder before putting it on.. if it's new, you have a ton of air in the lines.. bleed the pass rear first/ drivers rear/ pass front/ pass rear.. FYI your brakes/ tires should never lock up, you have ABS.

Jul 22, 2010 | 2001 Dodge Dakota

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2001 dakota drivers side rear wheel fell off driving down the street. studs are ruined as well as rim. how do i replace the studs. thanks for any assistance

I don't have a solution, but I thought it was really strange (coincidence?) that you reported this in June of 2010, and here it is September 2010 I just ran into the same problem. Same year truck (2001) and same tire (paasenger side rear). Only I heard a lot of noise coming from what I thought was a flat tire. So I had my brother drive the truck while I got in the bed of the truck and located the sorce of the noise. When he applied the brakes it looked as though the tire was going to come right off and I was like "Holy ****.....stop the truck!"

One lug was actually already broken but the tire was very loose on the hub. I then went to tighten the other lugs and 2 more snapped off (total of 3 broken) trying to tighten them. So the others sustained stress from all the movement which made them weaker. Right now I have 3 (maybe 4 can't remember now?) holding that tire on until I fix it.

Is this a defect in the 2001 Dodge Dakota? (I have a 2001 Dodge Dakota Quad cab with a 4.7 and about 95k miles). I was also hoping I woudn't have to take the who rear axle out. Once I get it up on the lift I'll be able to see it better.

Jun 13, 2010 | 2001 Dodge Dakota

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Broken lug stud on rear of 2001 Dodge Dakota

knock it out and draw in a new one wihtt the lug nut and some spacers.

Sep 23, 2009 | 2001 Dodge Dakota

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How do i tell if my 2001 dakota has rear wheel or 4 wheel abs

you would have what looks like 2 brake hoses going to the front wheels if only 1 hose then you only have rear wheel abs which is most common

Aug 18, 2009 | 2001 Dodge Dakota

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Need wiring diagram for 2001 dodge dakota... trying to hook up connector for towing

moz-screenshot-1.jpg 08-33-93f1.gif CAV CIRCUIT FUNCTION 1 Z13 12BK GROUND 2 B40 12LB TRAILER ELECTRIC BRAKE OUTPUT 3 L76 12BK/OR TAIL LIGHT (Trailer Tow Relay in PDC) 4 A6 12RD/TN* FUSED B(+) (40A, Always Hot, F8 in PDC) 5 L63 16DG/RD LEFT REAR TURN SIGNAL TRAILER TOW 6 L62 16BR/PK RIGHT REAR TURN SIGNAL CONNECTOR 7 L1 16VT/BK BACK-UP LAMP FIGURE 1: 7-Terminal Trailer Tow Connector

Jul 10, 2009 | 2001 Dodge Dakota

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remove rear wheel remove brake drum remove brake line from wheel cyl.remove least amount of tension springs and shoe assembally as possible then remove the 2 bolts that hold the cyl in place the bolts are on each side of brake line.then follow directions in reverse to install new one.hint if you're not really used to doing drum brakes ONLY TEAR DOWN 1 SIDE AT A TIME INCASE YOU FORGET WHICH WAY SOME OF THE SPRINGS OR CABLE GOES BACK YOU WILL HAVE ANOTHER SIDE TO LOOK AT FOR A GUIDE.when you have them back on you'll need to bleed all air from the system. hope i helped.

Jul 06, 2009 | 2001 Dodge Dakota

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Rear brakes dakota truck

if you have disc in the rear, bleed the caliper. If you have drums, the cylinders and the adjustment screw

Feb 03, 2009 | 2001 Dodge Dakota

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Brakes Lock up & Steering gets stuck

I too have a 2001 Dodge Dakota with the same darn problem. I changed the brake and power steering fluids to synthtic and so far so good. It has been a month.

Jan 20, 2009 | 2001 Dodge Dakota

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