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most comfortable and best drivin car I've owned
by rare car enthusiast from Lexington,South Carolina | July 19, 2008
Grt. car,all leather inter.w/features ahead of it's time. Only problem is electrical.Has 3 computers, 1 for engine,1for transmission,and 1 for the bells and whistles. I'v had it checked to find out which one,and since the engine purs,and the transmission shifts smooth,it is the one that controls fans,radio,charging,alt,s ect. pwr. windows work,seat belts operate.I'm just having trouble finding computer. It's compatable w/Dodge Monico.