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We just had the same issues with our 2010. It had less than 30K when ours needed the torque converter. I find it ridiculous. We're trading ours in while we can still get a decent trade in. If it's having these types of problems at less than 35K miles, what's going to happen at 100K. I don't want to stick around to find out!!Report it
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