The Dakota is a mid-size pickup truck from the Chrysler LLC’s Dodge brand. It was introduced in 1987. The following wiring diagram manual apply for Dodge Dakota 2006 model years. This manual is divided into following main sections:
Wiring Diagram Information, here you will find detail information about how to use wiring diagrams, circuit information, circuit functions, connector, ground and splice information, diagnosis and testing wiring harness, connector removal and installation, diode installation and removal, terminal and standard procedure for wire splicing.
Wiring Diagrams, provides detail diagrams of Integrated Power Module, Ground Distribution, Bus Communications, Charging System, Starting System, Fuel/Ignition System, Transmission Control System, Vehicle Speed Control, Rear Wheel Antilock Brakes, Vehicle Theft Security System, Instrument Cluster, Horn/Cigar Lighter/Power Outlet, Audio System, Lighting, Trailer Tow, etc.
Connector Pin-Outs, here you will find detail description and illustration of all Connectors and Pin-outs used in this vehicle, e.g. Actuator, Amplifier Radio, Antenna Satellite, etc.
Connector/Ground/Splice Location, this section provides illustrations identifying connector, ground and splice locations in the vehicle. Connector, ground and splice indexes are provided. Use the wiring diagrams in each section for connector, ground and splice identification.
Power Distribution System, the wiring information includes wiring diagrams, proper wire and connector repair procedures, details of wire harness routing and retention, connector pin-out information and location views for the various wire harness connectors, splices and grounds. Here also includes discussion on Automatic resetting circuit breakers, Blade-type fuses, Cartridge fuses, Relays.
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