Here's the scoop... daughter threw a timing belt in her '05 PT Cruiser before paying it off, so her dad decided to take over payments and fix himself. Coworker sold him an '06 that had been wrecked, but motor was still good. It had sat at original owner's house for month after wreck. Coworker drove it home 15 miles, died while running. Coworker never tried to fix it. Husband started with replacement of cam and crank sensors, as our daughter's had to be replaced. Then he thought maybe it was a fuel cutoff, but that wouldn't explain stall while driving, and Chrysler doesn't have one like our Fords. So, before he spends all of our savings trying things, was hoping someone would give me a path to nudge him in first. Please? Thanks.