Question about Dodge Dakota
I suspect the problem you have is related to a defective fuel level sensor inside the fuel tank, but to confirm the check engine light and the gauge are related you will need the OBD2 electronic engine control system tested for fault codes, anytime the check engine light is turned on a fault code is set in the powertrain control modules memory. You can get the fault code test run for free at any Autozone, Kragen or Aamco Transmission shop. Let me know what the fault code is that shows up.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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