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WHERE IS THE PCM ON A 98 DODGE DAKOTA - 1998 Dodge Dakota

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The PCM is located on frame rail behind the air breather

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I have a 93 dodge dakota i put a 98 360 in it and now i need all the wiring to hook everything up please help


You're not going to get a satisfactory answer to your problem. In 1996, Dodge (and most manufacturers) went to the ODBII standard to be in compliance with Federal emissions standards. That means that the 1998 engine will have to be an engine only in your 1993 Dakota. No multiport fuel injection with a PCM to regulate injector pulse, ignition, timing, etc. Or anything else that is controlled by the PCM (air conditioning, etc).
Your options are to connect what works from your 1993 engine wiring harness, and replace any items that have no connection. Or you can try to adapt your 1993 truck to the 1998 engine harness, and use all the goodies that came on the 1998 engine. But you are going to need the expertise of someone VERY familiar with both generations of Dakotas. Good luck.

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Hate to say it, but probably a faulty PCM.
The regulator is directly controlled by the PCM on most models.
You might try a used PCM to make sure, or exchange the rebuilt under warranty.

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1991 dakota intermittently stalls or will not start after being run for 30 minutes or more of running.


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No there is not, none maintance filter sorry.

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98 dodge dakota steering noise


I have the same clunk when I turn sharp...anyone have an idea?

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My 92 Dodge Dakota keeps dying while in motion


I had same problem with 99 Durango.
It was an easy and cheap fix -- I went to AutoBeef.com and learned common problem with 98 & 99 Durango -- sounds exactly like your problem. I was encouraged to replace the PCM "Brain" and was advised of an online Refurbished PCM dealer located in Florida. You can google as I forgot the name. I called them and they confirmed an easy fix w only 3 screws to change out the brain. The cost was < $300.00 and my son & bro changed it out. Runs great ever since -- I was so grateful for AutoBeef.com for delievering this information to me. My car would die on me without warning -- totally unreliable and dealer and mechanics had no clue. Your problem sounds like mine -- call the PCM reburbishing company and see what they think.

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It is more likely the solenoid, the PCM is very seldom the problem, about 3% of the time to be exact.

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