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the windshield could be leaking behind the dash,a good way to check is put the fan of the heater on,hot or cold and get a solution of soapy water and apply to the outer edges of the windshield and look for bubbles.
Check the seal around the windshield itself but then check inside the vents below the wipers. I've sealed up rust holes there on older cars. It could also be a loose rubber grommet going through the firewall.
Did you have the windshield replaced recently? This is typically caused by faulty installation of a windshield. Sometimes it can be fixed by adding windshield sealant (polyurethene, not silicone) where the windshield is adhered to the subframe - most likely along the bottom edge.
I can tell you this from my experience with my dakota is that the wire harness that goes from cpu to the carb/coil/transmission is notorious for burning on the manifold. I have 2 dakota's and both had same issue. Just remove the harness and check all wires to make sure none are exposed.