Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: home of the Jayhawks
Car: 2010 OBW limited 2.5 CVT
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It probably was the torque converter, initially. A bushing wears out and the resulting particles then clog the valve body. This is a known issue with the first generation of the CVT. The replacement converter has a bearing in place of the faulty bushing. It might not hurt to call the corporate office as they have worked with many people on discounting the repair. But I wouldn't hold my breath as you are not the first owner.
My other car is a Subaru.... Come to think of it, so is my other other car
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