Question about 1998 Dodge Dakota
Posted by Anonymous on
Open the hood look where the lights are and on the engine bay side there is the headlight plugs going to the light, disconnect them then on the outside of the truck there is 3 bolts that hold the assembly in place, remove them and it should fall out
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: headlight change
There are 3 machine bolts that hold the big white part of the head light to the truck. These bolts are black and I think 7/16 but not completely sure, maybe 12mm or so. You'll need sockets, ratchet and a really long extension. Two regular extensions won't reach the bottom one. You get to all three of them from the front of the truck straight in. Once those are out, the head light assembly pulls forward and can dangle from about 10-12 inches of extra wire. This is attached to the bulb harness. 1/3 of a turn and the wire and bulb come out of the head light. Pop the new bulb back in WITH GLOVES, do not touch those halogens. And put it back together. You can use peanut butter in a deep well or regular socket to hold the screws in to get them started, or the rag thing.
It took me 14,607 hours to find these bolts and about 10 minutes to do the job! Hope it helps out! Unlike leser04, I did not have to take out the partking light.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
Do you have spark?
Do you have fuel?
Which are you missing?
TIP.A quick check for spark.........give it a spray of starting fluid....if it runs....you've got spark.
No spark usually means......a bad coil or ignition module on the 3.9.
No fuel is usually caused by a bad fuel pump.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
you may have a bad ground wire up by the head lights the ground spot should be with in a foot of one or the head ligghts
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
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