I love this car, but I have had quite a few major problems with it. It has the Miller-cycle engine which is awesome...when the car isn't in the shop being fixed. I have had oxygen sensors replaced, both catalytic converters replaced, there's a leak in the supercharger which burned out the spark plugs because it is shooting out oil & when I picked it up from the auto shop this morning I got 1/2 mile down the road & had to take it back because the check engine light came back on & the car was running rough (as in skipping). Now they say it may be the coil pack. I also had to replace the cv joints on both sides. Is this the pattern of events with the 2000 model? I love this car, but I hate to keep sinking more money in it. It just now turned over 100,000 miles. Do you think its time to trade it in???
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If you ever have an oil leak it really should be fixed right away unless this happened all at once. Go to a local mech or if there is an Autozone around go there and have them check the Engine Light code for you for free. You will have more info to work with.