Question about Dodge Dakota
The transfer case is controlled electronically by a transfer case control module (TCCM) which sends commands to a shift motor on the transfer case, and monitors the transfer case gear selection using a transfer case mode sensor. The problem can lie with any of these three items, or mechanically with the transfer case itself.
As you say there are no lights at all now on the selector panel, you may want to check fuse #11 (10 amp) in the junction box under the cover at the left end of the dashboard assembly, and fuse A (20 amp) in the power distribution center under the hood.
Posted on Jun 09, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If injectors check out electrically but are dirty, sometimes depending how fouled they are adding a few ounces of acetone (3oz per 10 gal gas) will help clean them up. However, if you have a poor spray pattern from wear, replacement is necessary. I have seen some really nice "home made" injector testers but haven't really seen anything you can buy to do that job. Since they can't be "repaired" generally it's just better to change them if you don't believe they are working properly. (generally after testing all related components and having those check out as good)
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
If its in 4WD thats normal. On hard, dry, pavement its binding up because the front wheels and the rear wheels are turning at different speeds.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
This really depends on what all needs to be replaced. You could simply replace a bad valve or something more costly like new valve springs, seals etc. I'd ask what all is necessary to repair and his price and quote prices from several repair shops. It is hard to give an exact cost if they haven't removed your cylinder heads to fully inspect them.
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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