Question about 2001 Dodge Dakota
2001 manual Dodge Dakota sport 4 cylinder with 2.5 engine is idling extremely high, especially when I use clutch to change gears. Can barely push cluth and it will not idle as high
Does it do it if you disconnect the idle air control valve ?
You need to know if its a vac leak or if the computer is making the valve open too far.
Posted on Feb 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First no matter what check the oil level and then if it's a high rev tapping you need to allow the oil to flow through the engine block to try to coat and settle your valves.
But if it's really " knocking " sounds like your lifters and rocker arms are allowing your piston rods to clatter and that needs to be looked into fast.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
the cable goes from the shifter to the transmittion arm,, both cable ends connect via a pin and cotter key (usually) the cable housing (black outside layer) is connected to the shifter frame usaually by a clip and is bolted to the transmittion with a couple bolts on the other end ,, i know this was pertty basic but hope it helped
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
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