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1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager

Approximately 75,000 miles (and a multitude of problems at the beginning then good for many years, now seems to be having major problems).
Now, possibly need to replace the engine harness & PCM (program control module?) for $3,000 (with still a possible Transmission Control Module that we've been ignoring for a while).  Is it time to get rid of the vehicle?  
The min-van has a trade-in value of less than $2,000 but that's still cheaper than another $20-30,000 for a new vehicle!  Oddly enough, the mini-van still runs great (unless the gauges decide to stop working for a few moments) and looks great and feels great.  
Am I kidding myself?  Should I dump it or spend more than it's worth?
I'm in L.A. so no rust issues or things like that.

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Well right now is a good time to trade or at least look for another vehicle .. they are trying to sell them big time right now .. You might be better off to just sell this old one to a bad enemy and then take the money to put tword a newer one. They arent going to give you anything for it anyway .. thanks Jerry ..

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