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January 15, By: Check Engine Light , Chrysler , Transmission. Many years ago, we wrote about the stalling problem with the Chrysler , and believe it or not, we still receive an occasional call regarding the problem.

However, a much larger issue has monopolized the phone lines as of late — Chrysler transmission problems leaving drivers with check engine lights, harsh shifting, and the occasional loss of power. As in the case of many new features, there are a variety of transmission, electronic, and software glitches that are driving customers crazy.

In addition, being that the transmission is relatively new, many Chrysler drivers have to return to the dealer again and again for transmission service because it seems as though no fix is permanently resolving the transmission defect for good.

Potential remedies could include a full repurchase, a brand new car, or even if the problem is eventually fixed, significant compensation to reflect the diminished value of the vehicle as a result of the transmission problem.

As a firm that has already successfully resolved numerous claims surrounding Chrysler transmission problems, we cannot stress the importance of looking into your rights, creating a solid paper trail of invoices, and speaking with a Lemon Law Lawyer in your state regarding the matter.

After all, these consumer laws give you the power even if the transmission is leaving your car powerless. January 28th, at 6: The first time was a software update. I had no power. At this time the car only had ish miles on it. Other times it was for jerking or shifting hard. Now when pulling out of my parking space at work the comes to almost a complete stop then will go. Way to go chrysler. February 4th, at 3: What state are you from?

I would certainly discuss your rights with a lemon law lawyer in your state. May 22nd, at 8: My chrysler has the exact same issue and in that exact order. I am also between a rock and a hard place. July 5th, at 5: My chrysler s is going back into the shop for the 12th time. Check engine light is on and just got it out the shop 2 days ago. It kept trying to shut off. They had it this time for 6days. July 9th, at It has left me on the side of the road and the side of the freeway multiple times and has almost caused me to hit another car and another car to hit me.

How hard is it to get them to buy this POS back? I only have 3k miles left on the 3 yr 36k mile warranty. September 22nd, at 5: I purchased my Chrysler I did all the recalls they told me to come get fixed I swear it stays in the shop more than what I have the car. The car shut off while I was driving on the freeway car stopped so hard I got choked with the seatbelt luckily I made it out safe.

October 21st, at 4: The past few days the car has loss power, this happened about 4 months ago for the first time. I was on the e way and it just loss power and promoted me to put the car in park.

Today the traction light, check engine light, and battery light all came on the dash. Dealership says car is burning oil and needs to be tested to see why… sounds like BS to me. December 19th, at I brought my first Chrysler back in march.

It had about miles on it. I loved it but then I had to get a tire fixed. Then I heard a noise in my front end. They gave me the run around till I went some where else n just had them look at it. I took it to Chrysler and told them what the other mechanic said.

So they looked at it and realized my control arm and front struts were bad. This was like three months after I got it. I had a rental for a week or two. Got my car back n less then two weeks I was leaving home n my front end completely fall apart on some train tracks. Even the tow had problems getting it move. So we find out they forgot to put a bolt to hold it all together. I could have died if I was on the highway were I was going.

So they gave me a check for all the payments I made and gave me a new car. So now I have a Chrysler with only 17, miles. The check engine light kept coming on. The first time I took it in they reprogrammed something. Two days later it came back on so then they said they had to take my transmission out. I was so mad at this point. Made two payments and already my transmission had to come out. So I pick it up today and they had to take it apart piece by piece to replace the snap ring and clutch I guess.

Not even miles. I will never get another Chrysler ever and as soon as I can get out of this loan n with other dealer im going. Sales was awesome but their service part is horrible. I even had them put a automatic starter on it and that I even had to go back a few times till they got it right.

I love the car but way to many issues. When I picked my car up it had a sheet of ice on it with a pile of snow so when I went to leave I had to clean it off myself as they all walked around watching me.

I was out there for 45 mins cause I didnt have a ice scraper. I was not dressed to do all that so I was frozen when I left. So disappointed in the fellows that work there. I know its not part of their job but sparing a few mins to help wouldnt have cost them anything. January 5th, at Same problem as everyone…my car have been in shop for recall once then for check engine light couple months later, Then i received another recall. I have arugued and everything to where im tired i hate this car and regret getting it the performance is horrable.

February 1st, at February 16th, at 5: She said they were going to do everything they could to fix the issue. I lave 19k miles on it and this all started 4 months ago. I want out of this car. I think the guys in service are as sick of me as I am of them. I sincerely wish Chrysler would just recall all of these cars. So very, very unsafe. February 20th, at I agree with you. Is it a lemon law or a breach of warranty case? Are you going through a lawyer or handling it personally?

If you are working with a lawyer, seek their counsel on if you have the ammunition to go for more. Without all the facts, it would be impossible to provide any more info on the matter. March 13th, at 9: I have a Chrysler Limited. My brother and Cousin both purchased brand new Sebring and They warned me not to get one. My car where do I begin: I just got an attorney after finally speaking with a snide, monotone customer service manager and being promised phone calls and never receiving any.

Please do yourself and get an attorney. Do not try to trade these cars and get in more debt with negative equity. We work too hard for our money to give it away. I will keep everyone posted on the progress on my case.

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As soon as we were inside, he pushed me up against the wall and kissed me while I took off his shirt. Twenty seconds later we were on the hallway floor, having amazing, scare-the-neighbours-loud sex. All of a sudden, I started paying attention to my drivers - and I liked what I saw. My next few trips were total busts but then late one night, I ordered an Uber to take me home from work and the driver was just smoking hot, with a ready smile, and was easy to talk to and funny. When I said yes, he asked how far I was planning on taking it.

I asked him if he was up for anything and he asked if I wanted to go back to his, mine or if I was keen for something a little more adventurous. He drove down to the local waterfront car park — basically empty at this time of night, but being so close to the water, there were plenty of restaurants close by. He turned the ride meter off on his phone, then leaned over, and while kissing me, grabbed a condom from the glovebox and asked if I wanted to take things to the backseat.

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The University of California at Berkeley ranks at No. Seeking Arrangement is hardly the only website with a business model that revolves around the promotion of sugar daddy and sugar baby relationships.

More than half a dozen websites advertise such services. Find that special someone to help you with books, dorm, rent or tuition today! Beautiful, intelligent, and classy college students, aspiring actresses or models.

While more conventional dating site Match. According to online dating entrepreneur Noel Biderman, unlike conventional dating sites, "arrangement-seeking" websites are the only ones where women consistently outnumber men. Biderman says the lone exception to this rule is eHarmony.

He's also the creator of AshleyMadison. Currently, Avid Life Media operates two websites that promote what the company calls "mutually beneficial relationships. On one such site, EstablishedMen. Much like Seeking Arrangement's Google ads, Biderman advertises his arrangement-seeking websites on MTV and VH1, since both television stations appeal to the demographic he covets.

After sampling the profiles of some of the women on his sites, Biderman concludes their debt, combined with a weak economy, has many clamoring for a sugar daddy to call their own.

Their search makes sense to Biderman, who volunteers that, while now married, he would have made for an excellent sugar daddy in his younger days. It's tough to pay that amount of debt down, live in a decent city and still be able to socialize and do fun things.

At some point, you'll have to start making major sacrifices," he says. That becomes a real game-changer in how you get to live your life. Biderman finds some women seek arrangements to help get them through a particularly difficult week or month, while others saddled with significantly more debt might search for a longer-term, more lucrative hookup.

Either way, Biderman sees men wanting "young, vivacious arm candy while women want a guy who can take them out for a Michelin two-star dinner, take them on the trip of their dreams, or who knows, maybe they'll even find some guy to pay off their debt. When Barb Brents, a professor of sociology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, conducts research in various legal brothels in the state, she finds women hailing from a variety of different backgrounds.

Brents often finds that women turn to sex work when, in their professional lives, they're unable to make ends meet.

Brents equated modern-day college students seeking online sugar daddies to a phenomenon among young, working women nearly a century ago. During the s and s, some young women who worked at minimum-wage jobs during the day would supplement their meager paychecks by meeting up with male suitors at night. They'd swap companionship and sex in exchange for either a clothing allowance or rent money. Such women, explains Brents, never referred to themselves as prostitutes.

With the exception of women who consider sex work their profession, Brents finds that nearly all the women she encounters in her research describe it as a temporary, part-time, stopgap kind of measure. When meeting men online, she sometimes goes by the name of Suzanne. Earlier this spring, after Suzanne got fired from her job as a waitress at a diner on the Upper East Side, a girlfriend suggested she create a profile on Seeking Arrangement.

Suzanne had grown desperate after falling behind on rent. Suzanne already has an associate's degree in elementary education from a community college in New Jersey.

Unable to find a job as a teacher's aide, she decided to enroll in paralegal classes at night. But after losing her job, the extra debt proved more than she could afford. Over the past few months, Suzanne says she's gone on more than 40 dates with men from the site. She's not interested in getting wined and dined every single time. At a minimum, she hopes for at least a modicum of attraction. She's already turned down a man who weighed pounds, as well as the advances of countless married men.

Though desperate, Suzanne says a homewrecker she is not. Following numerous emails and chats on the phone, Suzanne generally schedules a first meeting with a man in a public place -- a crowded restaurant, cafe or bar. After nearly giving up on finding an arrangement, Suzanne recently met a year-old college professor from Dover, N.

So far, the two have gone on three dates. They typically meet at his house, where he usually cooks her dinner. Afterwards, they have sex. It's not bad money for a night. Mostly, she doesn't want the men thinking she's only seeing dollar signs, pegged to when her rent or tuition money is due. While she does not label herself a prostitute, Suzanne's not one to mince words: Weitzer says arrangement websites operate lawfully since simply advertising for a sugar daddy or sugar baby is within the realm of legality.

Allen Lichtenstein, a private attorney in Las Vegas who specializes in first amendment issues, affirms that in order for an exchange to be classified as prostitution there has to be a clear "meeting of the minds" that the arrangement is a quid pro quo, or exchange of sex for money. Absent an immediate sex-for-pay exchange, the legal waters grow far murkier.

It would simply cover too much ground. But Weitzer views more extended, involved relationships -- say, a monthly stipend or dinner and occasionally having sex -- as ways for both "college girls and sex workers to camouflage what's very likely prostitution. Weitzer sees college women as particularly susceptible to entering such an arrangement, especially during times of economic distress. Weitzer also sees a potential danger for young women getting sucked into making large sums of money and later finding it difficult to abandon such a lifestyle.

A year ago, Dayanara started dating an older, married executive while working as a summer intern at an investment bank in New York. The two would meet up once every few weeks, for a night out in Miami or a romantic weekend in the Caribbean. Dayanara, now 23, would set some of the money aside for school and living expenses, often sending the remainder home to her parents in Puerto Rico. Eventually, the relationship soured. In May, Dayanara moved back to New York.

Rather than look for a job on Wall Street, she began an elaborate online hunt for other hookups. She says she's now engaged in three separate sugar daddy relationships, in addition to working part time as a topless masseuse on the Lower East Side.

On her profile on Seeking Arrangement, she describes herself as a M. Meanwhile, she's paying off her debt and saving for her dream graduate school: Her biggest fear is that one of these days she'll run into one of the bankers from her former life. Six of the eight women interviewed for this article mentioned the longer-term psychological toll of pretending to be someone else.

Double lives and dual identities are common for both the women and men involved in sugar relationships. Lately, when Dayanara catches her reflection in a storefront window, she says she sometimes doesn't know which version of herself is staring back. To play it safe, Dayanara and most of the women generally tell one friend where they're going. In the case of Suzanne, neither her father, who works as an emergency room physician, nor her mother, who works as a registered nurse, knows about her new job.

Both Suzanne and Dayanara also have to keep their work hidden from most of their friends, fearing the stigma associated with revealing their secret. You're involved in both a secret world and a public world," says Weitzer. The question becomes how well you can manage this cognitive dissonance. Besides the stress, Weitzer mentions other challenges for the college student hoping to leave sex work behind and eventually assume a nine-to-five gig.

Gaps on resumes notwithstanding, the difference in pay can come as quite a shock. As two enterprising anthropology undergraduates at George Washington University, Elizabeth Nistico and Samuel Schall tackled the phenomenon of sugar daddy culture for a recent school project.

Schall studied young, gay sugar babies, and Nistico explored the straight scene. Of their study's participants, more than half said the money they received financed their education. On average, the relationships lasted between three and four months. Nistico found that some of the sugar babies used the excuse of the economic downturn for behavior she thinks they would still have otherwise condoned. Ronald Roberts and Teela Sanders, two social science professors in the U.

They fear that as college costs continue to rise, more students will pursue sex work. Roberts asked college students at a university in London about their participation in sex work. The findings were stark. Nearly 17 percent said they would be willing to participate in the sex trade in order to pay for their education, while 11 percent indicated a willingness to work directly as escorts. A decade ago, only 3 percent answered in the affirmative.

Today's respondents are far more likely to have peers who are working in the industry. This past spring, two researchers at Berlin's Humboldt University reported somewhat similar findings in other parts of Europe. In Berlin, a city where prostitution is legal, they found that one in three university students would consider sex work as a viable means of financing their studies.

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