Although your Dakota straddles the divide between compact and full-size pickups, it doesn't compromise on style, power or performance. The Dakota CV shaft is a major component in the process of transferring your truck's considerable torque from the engine to the wheels, so purchase a replacement at AutoAnything at the first sign of a problem.
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The stability of your truck depends on the axle, which is connected to the wheels by joints. If these are clicking or leaking grease on your wheels, it creates a problem for your CV shaft for Dodge Dakota. Left alone too long, a malfunctioning shaft vibrates and affects your handling, eventually leading to a break between the wheel and the axle. Manufacturers recommend Dodge Dakota replacement CV shafts about every 100,000 miles to prevent this kind of catastrophe, and AutoAnything offers the components you need backed by a 1-Year, Lower Price Guarantee.