This listing covers all motor sizes except for the 5.9L (see other listing for 5.9L),transmissions,and emissions types.
This Module is Plug-and-Play:
You don't have to visit a dealer, just plug it and drive.
When your part has arrived, it will have a VIN & mileage exactly as that of your vehicle and will be fully programmed ready to run. No other programming is needed as all the software updates from Dodge will be installed.
How does it all work:
1. We receive payment from you
2. We will send out your order with a pre-paid return label
3. You send us your old computer
4. Once we receive your old computer, your 1 year warranty will begin.
The History Of Dodge Dakota
Dodge Dakota was built for people who wanted a smaller version of full-sized truck. Thanks to its excellent design and superior engineering, it became one of the most technically advanced vehicles in its niche. Moreover, the 1997 redesign created a Club Cab model and introduced a front end that looked like a front end of Dodge Ram. The regular model of Dodge Dakota was available either with an 8 foot or 6.5 foot bed box.
In 1998, the performance of Dodge Dakota was enhanced by an addition of an R/T version. It featured a 5.9-liter Magnum V-8 engine which had a horsepower of 250. This engine was also available for a pickup version of this truck. For a while, Dodge Dakota was the only pickup truck of middle size with an V-8 engine available in the United States. This changed in 2009 when the SS models of Chevrolet Colorado came along.
In 2000, Quad Cab model was introduced. It had four doors and many important changes. The same year, Dakota trucks with a 5.2-liter V-8 engine had a new engine installed. Moreover, in 2005, an all-new suspension was introduced to all models of Dakota.
Dakota trucks went out of production in 2011 because their popularity has dropped.