Question about 1996 Dodge Dakota
Posted by Anonymous on
Air idle sensor located on the side of the throttle body. Remove the electrical clip and the 2 torx screws. Spray it down with carb cleaner , let it dry and replace. That should let you know if we have the right part. you can run it that way for several month before needing to clean again I have not replaced mine since I discovered it but you may want to replace it instead of continuing to clean it every several months.
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