The only good thing about this car is that it's a convertible
Seat belt holsters are loose and slip out of the seat. Very ugly looking. The grooves are worn and I see no way of repairing this, other than replacing the entire seat. For now I just have some fancy scarfs tied around them.
At around 135,00 miles my check engine light was on. Upon getting it checked, I ended up having to replace the distributor system. Check engine light has not reappeared.
Now I am experiencing a slow crank start. I've been told by one mechanic it was a bad fuel filter, a $600 dollar job. Two other mechanics said it was a bad battery. So, of course I go with that and change the battery myself. The problem still exists. I was recently told that the new battery was bad. Had that checked, it was not bad so, I don't really know what my next move will be.
My ABS light has been on and my brakes began to wail and the pedal was cranking. I was told it was the rear ABS sensor. I removed that this morning and am going to try and find a used one because it's a $300 dollar part. Hopefully that works, guess I'll get back to you on that.
Overall, I have put a new engine and radiator in. Had brakes done twice, recently wheel cylinder, shoes, pads, and rotors.
This car has been very expensive to maintain. I don't know if it's because it's a Chrysler or if it's because it's an older car.
When I first bought it, a mechanic told me to get rid of it. I wish I had listened.
I did get me to Florida twice, I live in New Jersey...but...
I'm getting rid of it in the spring.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 23rd September, 2010