by Gasque on Dec 7, 2002 Vehicle: 1994 Dodge Dakota Sport 2dr Regular Cab SB
I bought this truck new in 1995 after
it sat on the lot for 15 months. It
has the 3.9L V6 which has performed
flawlessly. It has not had any major
problems in 7 years. The only minor
problem that I've had is the
transmission started only in neutral
until the neutral safety switch was
replaced. Other than replacing tires
and batteries, no other maintenance has
been performed that isn't routine,
preventative maintenance. I would
recommend that other consumers buy the
limited slip differential if buying 2WD
to help traction in the rain and snow.
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