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I would look at the alternator. With everything that is going wrong it all comes down to charge. It would seem that the alternator is only working part time as it is on its way out. I am guessing that as you are driving it is only charging the battery sometimes and other times it is not charging the battery causing your issues. The alternator can be checked at any parts store for free without taking it out.
I WOULD CHECK THE DISTRIBUTOR FOR PLAY ON THE SHAFT, ALSO CHECK THE IGNITION ROTOR AND DISTRIBUTOR CAP INSIDE FOR CORROSION, CHECK THE WIRE , ( SPARK PLUGS ) WIRE, CHECK THE CONNECTION INTO THE CAP. WHEN STARTS TO SKIP IS THERE ANY WAY YOU CAN CHECK THE SPARK, IF IT DOES NOT SKIP, CHECK THE SPARK ANY WAYS, SHOULD BE WITH OUT A DOUBT BLUE, NO YELLOW OR ORANGE IS NO GOOD, BLUE. LET US KNOW.
never seen a dodge and autos a bit thin on the ground here in spain but i think the control you are looking for is on the side of the gearbox ,and if its like VW then its not cheap ,i repaired one by removing the offending item and drilling the rivits out then cleaning with acetone the paths on one side and rubbing a soft lead pencil on the brushes refitting a couple of nuts and bolts with instant gasket in the join and this car is still driving around a year later.