How to Troubleshoot a Dodge Dakota Truck.?

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1. Start the truck and monitor the exhaust for black smoke. Check the oil level if smoke is present. Add or change the oil if it is low or dirty. If the oil level is normal and smoke is present, the oil pump may require a new block bushing. The oil
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