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  1. Jlites3
    02-21-2014 01:17 AM
    Jlites3
    Is there any chance you would know what wire is the "always live feed" to the PCM , or where it's fed from on a 03 Dakota 3.9l ? I started with replacing the fuel pump then checked all the sensors then replaced the PCM just to find out it's supposed to have a hot wire, and well it doesn't so I believe that it's shorted out but idk witch one it is or well witch one feeds it I found a wire that jumps 1-12v but I'm not sure if I could just run a jumper wire, I don't want to burn up a new PCM ... Could you please help
  2. 572fitter
    10-26-2012 01:43 AM
    572fitter
    Hello I'm new to this forum. I joined today :-). I was surfing the web for answer on my Dakota misfire and came across an old post that you answered in great detail and seemed to be the answer I was looking for. I was wondering if changing the timeing chain on my 97 v6 could be done over a weekend by myself. I know the basics of a motor but never worked on a project of this kind before. I learn very fast and have always been told since I was young that I'm very mechanically inclined. I enjoy working on trucks and cars but like I said never been real in-depth with a big motor. Mostly dirt bikes and four wheelers
    Thanks for any information you can give me
  3. abdelillo
    03-28-2012 03:16 AM
    abdelillo
    hi carverman got a couple question for you.well my dakota drove for the day that day wich it was a trip that it even started the next day i took it to work and it wanted to shut down on the way but it didnt .when i got there i parked it .when i got off it didnt want to start and now its sitting in the parking lot at my job.I had a guy i know that has a lot of experince on cars older guy and he came to the conclusion by testing the fire that i have none we replace the camshaft sensor/pickup stator u said would be easy to get to and rotor button nothing he looked and all the connector and we cleaned them some were a lil corroded but nothing after we cleaned he said my injectors were not receiving electricity and the ignition coil isnt receiving nothing either plese give me your input and what you would do from her it would be greatly appreciated friend and keep the good advice friend God bless you brother
  4. Midnight Rider
    09-21-2011 01:30 AM
    Midnight Rider
    wanted to say THANKS for all the great responses and help you have given to our members!!
  5. Don373
    07-28-2011 02:58 PM
    Don373
    thank you for the info on ABS speedsensors just changed mine and now speedometer works fine again thank you

About Me

  • About carverman
    Biography
    Retired electrical/computer engineer. Been retired since 2002.
    Location
    Ottawa, Ontario Canada
    Interests
    Electronics, guitars, carving, woodworking
    Occupation
    Retired, no job/no worries
  • VEHICLE INFO
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    Vehicle
    1998 Dodge Dakota
    Engine
    1997-1999 - 5.2 L (318 cu in) Magnum V8, 225 hp (168 kW)
  • Signature
    after all..it's NOT quantum mechanics.

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