I have a '98 Chrysler Cirrus with 97,125 miles that I purchased a year and a half ago. I have been pouring money into it ever since. I just had the distributor replaced and while replacing the cam seals due to an oil leak, the mechanic noticed that the timing belt
was flopping around and he was able to manually move/rotate the water pump
without the timing belt touching it or moving. So, they replaced the timing belt, water pump, tensioner roller, hydraulic tensioner & cam shaft seals. With all that said, my car has a new problem that was was never there before I had all this work done. It has been randomly cutting off while driving around town but will start right up again. Also, while on the interstate it will jolt or jerk, the speedometer
will drop 10-15 mph and the check engine
light will come on. This only last for maybe 2-3 seconds, and then everything goes back to normal with the check engine light gone. Very scary when it does this. I brought my car back to the shop that performed all the work but they said because the check engine light would not come on, they could not tell me what is wrong as there is no code being returned to them. This has been occurring almost every day for over 2 weeks now. Any ideas?