This part will fit the following vehicles:
|1997 - 1997||Dodge||Dakota||Base||2.5L L4, 3.9L V6, 5.2L V8||Standard Cab Pickup|
|1997 - 1997||Dodge||Dakota||Base||2.5L L4, 3.9L V6, 5.2L V8||Extended Cab Pickup|
|1997 - 1997||Dodge||Dakota||SLT||2.5L L4, 3.9L V6, 5.2L V8||Standard Cab Pickup|
|1997 - 1997||Dodge||Dakota||SLT||2.5L L4, 3.9L V6, 5.2L V8||Extended Cab Pickup|
|1997 - 1997||Dodge||Dakota||Sport||2.5L L4, 3.9L V6, 5.2L V8||Standard Cab Pickup|
|1997 - 1997||Dodge||Dakota||Sport||2.5L L4, 3.9L V6, 5.2L V8||Extended Cab Pickup|
Other identifiers for this part: PerfectFit #: 3331130LAS, Eagle Eyes #: CS056-B001L, DEPO #: 333-1130L-AST.
Fits Years: 1997 Dodge Dakota Headlight Assembly
Fits Engines: 4 Cylinder
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My son is a new driver and he broke the front passenger head and side light on his 1994 Subaru by getting close to a much larger pick-up truck. After a couple of trips to the local wrecking yard to look for crash parts, we were able to find the headlight, but not the side light. I was able to easily locate the part on the Go-Parts website, and it was available as a new part at a very reasonable price. The part was shipped quickly and well packed. We were able to install the side light the next day. By using a used headlight from the wrecking yard and a very reasonably priced new part from Go-Parts, my son was able to turn his $200+ lesson in being more careful when pulling out of tight places into a $100 lesson. Not bad for his first accident.
Worksites can be disastrous for trucks. From forklifts to falling lumber, just about anything can damage the front-end of your Dakota. And, when this damage occurs to the headlight assemblies, you could end up with a lot more than just an aesthetic problem. Failure to remedy a damaged headlight can lead to safety issues when driving at night or traffic violations - and in our opinion, neither option seems very appealing.