1995 Dodge Dakota Wiring Diagram
Herein you will see a wiring diagram of the 1995 Dodge Dakota. The Dakota is a midsize truck that roams the ground between compact pickups such as the Ford Ranger, Chevrolet S-Series and GMC Sonoma, and the big mothers such as the Ford F-150, Chevrolet/GMC C/K series and the big Dodge Ram. The Dakota was introduced in 1987. Dakotas came in two sizes: 112-inch wheelbase with a 6.5-foot cargo bed, or 124-inch wheelbase with an 8-foot bed. Each had a 3-place bench seat, but bucket seats might be installed in base or Sport models. Three engines are available. The smallest is a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder rated at 99 hp at 4500 rpm, and 132 pound-feet of torque at 2800 rpm. Next is a smooth 3.9-liter V6 rated at 175 hp at 4800 rpm, and 225 lb.-ft. at 3200 rpm. Dakota had a few minor changes in 1995 models. Dodge revised padding for the 60/40 split bench seat and the addition of a natural gas fuel option.
The wiring diagram shown here is quite clear and readable, you can see clearly the cable color codes, each connections, and each parts. The wires codes shown here will be like Black-Pink, Black-Light green, Black-Yellow, etc. As for the parts, we shall see the parts like: courtesy light, light switch connector, windshield wiper switch, high temperature buzzer, trans indicator light, instrument light, generator indicator, gas gauge, etc. Click here to download 1995 Dodge Dakota wiring diagram.