Your Dodge Dakota Tail Light Assembly is a necessary safety component, providing more visibility at night or during poor weather. A Tail Light Assembly is positioned at the back of a vehicle. Tail Light Assemblies commonly integrate the utility of brake lights and directional signals in a single unit; they can include a warning signal as well. To ensure predictable optimum performance from an automobile, maintaining a worn-out Tail Light Assembly is a good choice. Prevent ongoing wear by choosing a top-line Replacement Tail Light Assembly in your Dodge Dakota. Dodge Dakotas bought in 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 and 1996 can use this replacement part.
While smoking your Dodge Dakota taillights (tinting them) is certainly possible through the use of carefully applied spray tint (use light even coats), doing so may make them too dark to be legal. Please check your local laws as well as smoked Dodge Dakota taillights of any darkness might be illegal in your area.
In 2005, Dodge introduced the 3rd-gen Dakota that maintained a very similar look to its 2nd-gen predecessor, but also received some minor changes that gave it a refined look. One element that changed in the exterior styling is the 05-07 Dodge Dakota tail lights. These 05-07 Dakota Tail Lights have a more rectangular and boxy external shape, but still have round elements that are seen in the light bulb sections. These light bulb sections are divided by circular shapes that protrudes from the face of the tail light housing and givesthe bulbs more space. These same OEM design elements are also seen in many aftermarket 05-07 Tail light designs that incorporate LED lighting technology and provide different housing color options, including balc, chrome, red smoked.