Good grief. After 45k uneventful miles owning my Dart troubles have come my way. First off, the check engine light came on last week. Ok. Got it home, hooked up the OBDM and it threw me a code for a faulty thermostat or the temp sensor. Ok. Figured it would be under warranty. Nope! Dodge claims it’s an electrical issue. I’m not too happy about that answer. Here is why. That sensor is part of the emissions control! And if the sensor is good then it is a faulty thermostat. Which is not electrical. Anyways, I cleared the code, check engine light off. It stayed off for another 400 miles. Today it come back on. Well, that was the start. About 35 miles later the car started acting like it was misfiring. I suspect a faulty ignition coil pack. I checked the reader again and that code is again the thermostat. Nothing else! No new code. Dammit! At this point I have to assume my gut. But, before I get into the car this weekend I want to ask some of you. Your thoughts? It’s the 2.0 Motor. I can’t seem to find much on the web regarding this misfire/ motor issue. It’s definitely a misfire and definitely out of one cylinder from my experience. Second thought, are these finicky with electrical parts? Should I avoid non dodge ignition packs? Some vehicles are very finicky in my experiences. And lastly, how difficult to do for a guy dangerous enough to know enough but not be an expert? The vehicle is in time out until I can mess with it this weekend. Thank you in advance!