Actually, no. I have taken care of the car. It is when others work on it that I have bad luck. Check this out. I told you that last week I drove the car to the dealer after I broke down and had to walk home. Indicators was the alternator that the dealer had just put in per Oreilys tester that the alternator voltage regulator was out. I went ahead and replaced the battery and the battery terminal and drove it back to the dealer for them to check why the alternator that they had just charged me almost a grand to replace had a voltage regulator that had failed. a couple of hours later they called and aid car was ready and that nothing was wrong except that the alternator was not plugged in. I went and picked it up but I know this was not the case. He mentioned that they had switched the wires on the alternator the time before last that I took it over and that the tech was looking to see if maybe he needed to change the wires back around. This blows my mind because last May, I replaced the alternator connector and car was great until the tranny went out. So, I have these pics that I took the day that I burned up 2 alternators and 1 battery right before It went to them to have alternator replaced. And then the next pic is the connector as it was today when i took it back to the dealer. The wires were changed. I had Oreilys check this morning and again this alternator has a bad voltage regulator.Dang, if you didn't have bad luck with this car you'd have no luck at all.