Air conditioning control panel seems to like to jump to Air Conditioner and Front Window Defroster at the same time, then get stuck in this position. Occasionally it will correct itself, other times hitting the side of the console will fix it. Still not sure how to fix this, or if it's just a wiring fault in the control unit.
Transmission seemed to slip a lot since I got it, and shudder with intensity recently. I took it in and had the fluid checked and completely replaced. It turns out the previous owner kept using Dexron instead of Mopar. There was no actual damage to the transmission, (The filter was clean), and the new fluid should correct this problem.
Headlight knob can be pulled off, so turning on fog lights is a challenge. Also, fog light replacement light enclosers are impossible to find, mine are scratched and need replacing.
Lots of noise when running auxilary cables to an amplifier, tried using noise filters, but still no correction, not sure if it's a ground issue or if other things are grounded near that point in the frame.
Since purchase, the drivetrain has been off. The steering wheel needs to be angled at nearly a 10 degree angle to the left for the car to go straight.
Front bearings wear out a lot sooner than in other cars. When this occurs, the entire wheel base shimmies.
Engine mounts broke after 120,000 miles. Replaced.
Though the car might be having problems at the moment, I do have to state the engine has been running extremely well, and has no audible ticks - even after the timing belt snapped. (Eagle made the pistons with a indented top to keep the pistons from ramming into the valves, saving the engine from a rebuild).
The interior of the car is wonderful, and very comfortable. I have the fabric interior, and prefer it over leather. There are things that need to be fixed, but those are not problems that involve the car itself, but rather from the previous owner, who, having been a smoker, burned the material in one spot. I will try to get this fixed.
The car can withstand impacts. I was sideswiped at a decent speed, and it didn't damage any main components or break the window. The cost to repair is nearly 2,000 though, the damage is quite aesthetic displeasing, I will get this fixed later.