Are you sure is isn't overheating. The sealed cooling system can develop small leaks and you can lose most of your coolant. When this happens the car overheats and will run rough and die. When it cools off it will run again. Could also be ignition module or some other electronic compnoenet. Are there any codes?
Inner tie rod
check ecu, ignition, wiring harness, fuses, relays, and cam sensor
The heater core can only be accessed by removing the dash and HVAC housing.
Due to the recession Chrysler car company is going out of business.
The oil pressure switch is located on the passenger-side of the engine, about halfway up the engine block. It is only visible from under the car, and has a yellow-green plug going into the end of it.
on the front of the motor under the front crank it has a plug going to the crank.
i hope they are ! i hope they are !
most likely yes
try going to a salvage yard
Check the crank angle position sensor. It is located on the left side (drivers), at the crank shaft. There is one fastener and an electrical plug to remove the sensor. I found it was easier to get off and back on by removing left front wheel and going through the wheel well.
It's located on the lower right side of the housing with a 6 prong connector with 5 wires going to it. When removes it will have curled looking wires. Do not touch the wires if just removed as they can and will burn you.
Besides going to a Chrysler dealer, one can get Chrysler parts at a number of places online. They include AutoPartsWarehouse, CarParts, ChryslerPartsDirect, and ChryslerPartsDept.