Plymouth Voyager to replace the Intrepid

The Intrepid is still in limbo and going to cost way too much to fix. The engine may be fine or not. The steering is still screwed, the heater core and Exhaust both leak and it needs a transmission mount. I'm going to leave this parked for while. In the meantime I have 1989 Plymouth Voyager with the 2.5 liter 4 cylinder with about 126,000 miles on it. This needs some work, but not the kind of work the Intrepid needs. At this point, it's still Mopar and better than no car. I'm going to be fixing a wheel bearing, the temperature sensor and the lift struts in a couple days. Sorry for the audio. My camera is not the greatest. Update: The bolts holding the driveplate to the torque converter snapped and there is no way to get these fixed without tearing everything apart. This happened while I was driving along the highway, and I had to have it towed home. I'm looking at $1000 (got an estimate) to get this fixed and this is not worth it. I don't have the means to do this major a repair either. I guess the Intrepid's getting worked on after all. Oh well.

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