how to replace 2005 dodge dakota 4x4 ball joints?

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You ask about diesel operation and maintenance. It is much like gasoline maintenance and operation, except for the starting ritual. First, turn on the key. Wait until the glow plug goes out. Try to start. Cuss. Try again, and wait a moment longer. It still, won't start. Cuss. Wait until the ...

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Answered: How to change brakes 2005 dodge dakota 4x4?

If you do not already know how to change the brakes - I would recommend having a professional look into it.. Because the vehicle is 4 wheel drive, you will have problems with the rear wheels. It is not the easiest thing the in the world to do and if it is not done correctly you can irreversibly ...

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