Question about 1998 Dodge Dakota
It is possibly emmissions related. I wouldn't worry about it unless it comes off again or you notice your truck running differently. If it does pop off again, you may want to buy a .80 hose clamp and just clamp it back on to where it pops off.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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Basically the wiring of the large harness corresponds to the pins like this.
Starting in the upper right hand corner and working down the right side from A12 down to A1.
1=Left rear output-red
2=Left rear output-blue
3=Right rear output-black
4=Right rear output-yellow
6=Left front input-black
7=Left front input-yellow
8=Left rear input-orange
9=Left rear input-green
Back up to upper left hand corner on the large plug
13=Right front tweeter output-red
14=Right front tweeter output-blue
15=Left front tweet output-red
16=Left front tweeter output-blue
18=Right front input-red
19=Right front input-white
20=Right rear input-blue
21=Right rear input-red
23=Right front sub (+) output-yellow
24=Right front sub (-) output-black
The small harness is the same above with the upper right position being pin 1 going down to pin 4 then back up to the top for pin 5 down to pin 8.
1=Memory Power-Lrg White
2=Amp Ground- Lrg Black
3=Left front sub (+)output-yellow
4=Left front sub (-) output-black
5=Left front mid (+) output-white
6=Left front mid (-) output-brown
7=Right front mid (-)output-brown
8=Right front mid (+) output-white
Hope this will help you.
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