I have had this car since it was new, and it has not been a 4 season driver car since 2006 (I don't drive it in winter, to keep the rust away as long as possible). Anyway, the other morning, when the temp was near 0 degrees F, I started it and it started OK, and then I decided to check for any codes. The code descriptions are from minimopar.net. It always reports a 34 (Description: Speed control solenoid(s) circuit is open or shorted), because it has an after-market speed control, so that is a non-issue. The new code was 17 (Description: Engine stays cold too long). Sometimes, there would be a code 22 with this, if the coolant temp sensor had failed, but I don't have that - only code 17. It starts & idles OK, and today, I let it idle & raced the engine a bit, and I think the thermostat had opened. The upper coolant hose was hot and felt like coolant was flowing. But the code still is there. It's not a big deal, and maybe it would have done this many years ago, if I had ever checked, but wondering if anyone has seen it. I am guessing that when the roads are finally clear enough from snow melt & salt that I can take it for a drive (dying waiting for that!) that the code might clear itself, but looking for comment, please.