When I first had the brakes changed, the brakes were rusted to the wheels & needed to be hammered off. This should have been an indication of problems to come.
It being a cloth convertible, it has a drainage under carriage that soon became stopped with debri & flooded during a series of Thunder Storms.
Both the insurance company, dealership, and manufacturer denied knowing of any under carriage defect (i.e. the drainage holes are not big enough to allow for twigs & leaves to pass thru).
However, when having my car dried out & carpet replaced, I met an owner of a 1999 model that was going through the same problem from the same thunder storms.
My entire electrical system had to be replaced, along with brakes, carpet, leather seats. Needless to say, I have since disposed of the vehicle.
I will NEVER buy a Chrysler or Dodge ever again.
Beware of this vehicle - it's nothing but trouble if it ever rains where you live.
In addition to major problems, the windows leak whenever you open them during rain, and the leather seats crack easily if you do not treat them weekly.