04 PT Black Touring Turbo, inherited about 7 years ago when my father passed away. Had 40k when I got it and now has 47k. I had it body worked and painted had some small dings. I put about 1k a year on it as it's our second car and only use it when I go trap shooting or store. The car looks like new. Guess that's why I put up with it. When I got the car I asked my son-in-law (Mechanic for The Bus Company) to change all the fluids (trans, engine, coolant) and fan belts and radiator belts. This was 7 years ago. So now I felt the car is nearing 16 yrs old. Now the PCM when out, replace it with one from Mckyeee and he added the Mopar Stage 1 programming to it. Highly recommend Mckyeee for a replacement PCM if needed. I was having the P0032/P0038 and couldn't get rid of it and car would stall out whenever it felt like it. Mckyeee right off the bat told me it was probably the PCM and he was absolutely right. I then changed the O2 sensors, IAT, MAP, Crank Sensor, Cam Sensor, Plugs and Wires (NGK Iridium IV and NGK wires). Figured change all I can outside the engine to hope to make it last till it's time for me to go, then my son-in-law can blow it up or whatever. Now I'm in the process of changing the timing belt, tensioner, idler and water pump. Now this is where you want to have Chrysler engineers hanged. 1) To get to the PS Pump. Had to removed the battery, air filter box and radiator fan. Still had to fight around one of the inboard AC lines to get to the bolt nearest the engine. 2) Had to remove the A/C lines from the dryer/accumulator to gain room for the upper torque mount strut bracket. Since I removed the line I might as well change the dryer/accumulator and the liquid a/c line (with the orifice) since it will be a horror to have to get to later when everything is back. Had to drop the alternator out to get to the bolt holding the dryer/accumulator to the fender well. The bolts holding the a/c line to the dryer/accumulator for some reason are behind the lines next to the firewall. Nice place Chrysler, couldn't have put the allen bolts in front. My son-in-law recommend I change the dryer/accumulator and liquid line hose before he recharges the A/C when this horrid job is completed. 3) The horrid cast iron engine mount bracket that also supports the PS was another good one. Had to put a jack under the left side of the engine (looking at the engine) and also one under the trans. Had to remove the trans mounting bolts to get the right side of the engine to go down when jacking the left side up to get that "great designed" bracket out. Tried every which way before decided on lowering the trans. Chrysler I feel designed this car to run for 5 years or 100k and then junk them. I always thought that dodge/Chrysler cars were good made cars. This car seems to be not designed for engine repair. After all this i'm retiring from fixing this car, I'm 66 and had enough.