I wasn't aware that there was a forum for Dodge Intrepids. This is great.. I just joined and I have already seen a lot of useful info on here. First question, I have a 96 Intrepid with 344,000 miles on it. Can anybody top that? Probably so, but that has to be pretty good. Now, I'm not sure it will ever make it to 345,000! Here is what is happening, the timing belt broke about 8 months ago and the cost was going to be $750 for repair (which also included cam seal replacement for oil leak). So, I let it sit for 7 months until I saw a video on You Tube showing how to replace the belt. I replaced the belt and all seemed well, but now it goes dead sometimes at redlights or when I pull into my driveway. Wednesday morning it would not start up at all, then 6 hours later it started right up. Today it went dead while going 50 MPH. I took it to get the "check engine" code checked and it had 3 errors, 1. Cam sensor, 2. EGR valve, and 3. Oxygen sensor. My research, prior to today's problem, had me thinking it was the Crank sensor. Is it possible that the Cam sensor could be the problem. It sure would be an easy fix because it is very accessible, unlike the Crank sensor. A friend of mine thinks it is the fuel pump, but when the pump went bad about 100,000 miles ago, it would not start back up. Any thoughts?