How to Tell if Your 2002 Dodge Dakota Is Fuel Injected

by Randy Bobzien

The 2002 Dodge Dakota pickup came with a variety of engine configurations you could choose from. You had the option of an economical 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, a 3.7-liter V-6, or one of three V-8engines: the 3.9-liter, the 4.7-liter or the mighty 5.9-liter. While each of these engine configurations offered you different features designed to fit your particular use of your truck, they all were fuel-injected.

What It Looks Like

Locate the fuel rail with the fuel injectors attached to the rail at the base of the intake manifold on all engine configurations for the 2002 Dodge Dakota.

About the Author

Randy Bobzien has more than 17 years of experience in the automotive industry. He is an ASE-certified master technician, BMW master technician and holds an associate degree in occupational studies in automotive technology from the Lincoln College of Technology. Bobzien also served as a technical instructor for BMW of North America.

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