Now I will give you the proper advice in my own small yet profound experiences with such matters. If it was a hand-me-down from your Father-in-law, tell your wife how much you love and cherish her way more than your car but also tell her about your appreciation for the car her father handed down to you.
It needs many, many things to get it to run good again. Keep it oiled and watch the cooling system. Keep on getting around and living until it becomes impossible. Then buy yourself a nice, newer car. Something with room, power, and more economical to drive. I am happy you have relied on a Chrysler product, and if it does completely fail, make a decision then, whether to put money in it, (thousands) or put that money into something of more value to you in your life. And at least you'll always have a place to go online for asking specific car questions and getting specific car answers. Thank the 2 car pros for that.
This website was their brainstorm.
No need to thank me as I was thought of and made by the same great manufacturer as you. Good luck, and thank-you. Joe
Thursday, September 3rd, 2009 AT 11:24 AM