Hi everyone! Thanks in advance for reading this post.
I got my certified pre-owned 2010 Chevy Malibu LS (24k miles) August of this year. Three weeks after getting the car, my air conditioner randomly stopped working and about 5 minutes later I noticed I couldn't accelerate past 50mph and suddenly lost all power to the car and was stranded on the side of the busiest highway in New York.
After about a month in the shop, I found they had to replace my battery, transmission, and even had to put in a brand new engine. (This seems like a lot of new parts for a two-year-old car, right?)
Anyway, no problems with the car (until a 17 year old girl decided to rear-end me, but that's a different story). BUT- I just got a letter in the mail saying there's a recall on the transmission and I need to go in to make an appointment. Is this something I have to worry about since I just got a new transmission a couple months ago? I'm just fed up with all these problems!