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Dakota

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The Dodge Dakota is a mid-size truck that was known as a Ram Dakota for the last two years of production of the trucks. Originally being released in 1987, the truck has since been produced up until 2011. The many different models of the truck have different features that the user is able to take advantage of. The Dodge Dakota repair manual can provide more insight into the specific truck that you own.

The Dodge Dakota has a towing capacity of up to 4,900 or 7,050 pounds in the later models depending on the specific model of truck. The make also came with different cab options such as a convertible cab, club cab, regular cab, and extended cab. There are also different packages such as the sport, sport convertible, LE, SLT and others that tell which engine is available inside it. The Dodge Dakota service manual provides more information regarding the specific model.

Ranging from two to four door models, they come with different engine types such as 2.2L to 2.5L and all the way up to 5.2L to provide more torque and power. The transmission ranges from 3, 4 and 5 speeds in both automatic and manual. The older models later added a 6 speed to the mix. This provided more power and control to the user of the vehicle that wants to boost the speed and power of towing.

The Dodge Dakota service manual provide further information to help the owner of the Dodge Dakota learn more about their specific vehicle and to save money when there is a need for repairs. Some updates were made throughout the vehicles that are put on lots with the older models, such as heated bench seats, higher-rated towing capacities, cargo box rails in the bed, and an updated stereo system in each.

According to records, the Dodge Dakota will not be replaced with another type of model that is closely like this one. The Power-Tech model was given a ‘Good’ rating through the frontal offset crash test that was testing the security and safety of the truck during a collision. As a rival of the Mitsubishi Raider that was discontinued in 2009, it continued to provide those that wanted the same type of vehicle a way to find the perfect truck for this. Look inside the Dodge Dakota service manual to find out if this is something that can be fixed or repaired on the truck.