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yes Auto Zone on line library

2000 Dodge... | Answered on Jun 14, 2018


even I went through this problem best diagrams you can find at auto zone library ,it helped me .

2000 Dodge... | Answered on Jun 14, 2018


Sounds like your master cylinder relief port is getting plugged up. If it is feeling like a hydraulic lock ( feels like it hits something solid when you push on the pedal) I would venture to guess that the fluid is not getting a chance to flow back when the pedal is released. The easiest thing to do is replace the master cylinder and then bleed the brake system. Your wheel cylinders/calipers could also be corroded to the point of being stuck which may also exacerbate the problem...especially if you live in the northern part of the country and drive in road salt a lot. I would start with the master cylinder replacement and see if that fixes your problem,...then if it doesn't .....you will have to service the wheel cylinders/calipers after the master is replaced.

2000 Dodge... | Answered on Feb 24, 2018


One wire provides power for both high- and low-beams from the light switch to the multifunction switch (on the steering column), and it is a light green wire. From the multifunction switch to the low beam lamps is a violet wire with white tracer, and to the high beams is a red wire with an orange tracer.

2000 Dodge... | Answered on Feb 09, 2018


What about spark plugs and plug wires on those two cylinders with no spark? This is a v8 engine, you didn't mention the other cylinders? The rotor turns when you crank it?

2000 Dodge... | Answered on Oct 25, 2017


The sway bar bushings are under the large clamps that hold the bar to the frame. The ends of the sway bar are connected to the struts by the sway bar links. When the links wear out, they clunk--not squeak. The bushings are under the retainer in the pic below.

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2000 Dodge... | Answered on Aug 06, 2017


Faulty/damaged head gasket will cause that.

2000 Dodge... | Answered on Jun 21, 2017


It sounds like it jumped time

2000 Dodge... | Answered on Apr 23, 2017


Rebuild the transmission

2000 Dodge... | Answered on Mar 25, 2017


Here's a video on the same model/make with something that started as a noise. Turns out there are two different axles with the difference being the locking ring on the inboard end. Dodge Dakota Front Axle Noise

2000 Dodge... | Answered on Oct 07, 2016


U hammer them out and then use a new nut and a sleeve (a short piece of pipe works) to pull them back into the serrated opening. Use lube on the nut and sleeve when pulling the new studs in place.

2000 Dodge... | Answered on Sep 21, 2016


probly need tuneup..new coil..plugwires..distcap etc.

2000 Dodge... | Answered on Aug 15, 2016


John, as Dan H. stated look for pressure switch fluid in/on wires, also look for exhaust leak between the cylinder head and exhaust manifold, flange gasket, etc. which commonly can through the code P1195 and can cause the O2 to read a little out of wack.
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2000 Dodge... | Answered on May 25, 2016

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