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I have a 92 dodge dakota with a bad auto trans, found a used 97 dakota trans with low miles. The body syle has changed so did the transmissions change in there also or will they work?

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No, you will need a 1995 or earlier, preferablly a 1992, the 1997 is set up for OBD II the 1992 has OBD I.

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I found that if you use half GM dexron fluid & half
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If the transmission oil was low when you changed
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