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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The two bolts on the lower strut assembly, where it bolts to the spindle, the holds where the two big bolts go through are egg long for camber adjustment, to get that with in spec, should only be done with a alignment machine.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
SOURCE: serpentine belt on 1992 dakota
You don't mention which engine you have in your '92 Dakota, but it's likely the 3.3L and if so, here's the diagram. Even if your engine is not the 3.3L the principals for replacing the belt are the same.
Get a serpentine belt tension release tool (local parts store) and use it to take the tension wheel away from the belt, which will make it loose enough to remove by simply pulling it off one of the pulleys (the alternator will be easiest) and then wiggle it out of the engine bay. The tool should come with a selection of heads for the different variations of tensioner arms/bolts. Once the belt is removed, replacing it is the reverse process.
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Posted on Jan 08, 2009
hmm well there are 2 solutions to this that i can give cause i dont have the wiring diagram for that truck..
The first would be to set with a multimeter and test the wires under the dash for the hot, and axcessories wire.
The second would be to run 2 wires directly from the battery to the inside of the vehicle and connect the radio using that.
The second solution is self explained so lets discuss the first.
The truck came with an original radio. connected to this raid is a jack with a bunch of wires. remove the connector. with keys out the ignition test every wire until you get 12V.. thats your hot wire. this wire always has power. Now lable that wire and push it aside. turn the ignition on and test the remaining wires until you get 12v .. thats the ignition wire or acesories. this only has power with the ignition on. The remaining paired wires are for the speakers. connect the new deck and vonnect the wires one pair at a time to determine their location. or ypu can look at the wires connect directly to the speakers to see which wires go to which. .. you can use the body of the truck as a ground.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
it sounds like it might be a crankshaft position sensor (CKP). when it doesnt start try dumping some cold water on the sensor and see if it starts. I had the same problem with my 94 intrepid. Of course there are other things that might cause this problem but it is something to start with.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
V6 engine? If so, there is a small plastic vacuum tube that runs from the blend door actuator under the dash to a connector in the engine compartment. The tube goes thru the fire wall about 5 inches above the throttle cable (right under the heater core tubes). The tube runs about 10 inches (behind the intake manifold) to a vacuum tube that tee's off the right side of the intake.
My tube was broken....dealer and NAPA did not have a tube that small but had one that fit over it for a quick splice.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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