Wednesday’s featured repair was performed on a 1999 Dodge Dakota pickup and includes repairs to the brakes, steering and A/C.
We performed an extensive list of repairs as this truck was taking a long journey to Montana. Prior to going, the owner wanted the vehicle inspected and repaired. The inspection revealed loose tie rod ends and pitman arm, cracked brake shoes and pads, leaking wheel cylinders, several dangerously rusted brake lines and a leaking power steering hose.
Additionally the A/C wasn’t working and the engine intermittently ran so rough that the vehicle was almost undriveable. We diagnosed and fixed these 2 concerns. Repairs consisted of an A/C low pressure cut out switch, a full ignition tune up along with a Motorvac Fuel System Service.
After repairs the vehicle ran well and was safe for the long journey ahead.
Detailed information about the Dodge Dakota can be found on this website http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dodge_Dakota