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How to replace oil pump on 1999 dakota 3.9 magnum

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SOURCE: where is the crankshaft position sensor on a 1999

not real sure on yours, but go to, look up the part and to the right there should be a box to take you to a diagram of the job.

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SOURCE: I replaced the water pump on my 1999 dodge dakota

Did you install a new O-ring? Also, mine is factory sealed with a
Permatex looking sealant where tube and pump housing meet.


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