1993 Saturn SL2. The best car I'd ever had until it rolled over 50,000 miles. Then a fuel pump went out. Towed it in. New fuel pump (at my expense since the warranty was gone). Drove a month, fuel pump went bad. Towed it in and fixed. A week later, another fuel pump. Repeat this scenario until I've put on 18
new fuel pumps. The also ended up putting in all new hoses, a new gas tank, found out the vehicle wasn't grounded properly and hence, all 93 SL2's weren't grounded properly. Finally, after having a loaner (that Saturn paid for) six months, they figured out the problem. Some little switch was causing the fuel pump to go bad. Same thing happened to my girlfriend's Saturn at around 50k. Even though it was "fixed", I sold that baby as soon as I got it in my hands, before it could tear up again! (I was young, and didn't know a thing about lemon laws...)
Second one was a Chrysler Sebring Convertible, first year of production, which was what I traded my Saturn for. My window wouldn't roll all the way up. They put new motors on it, but it still would only come about an inch from closing. One day in the biggest rain storm I can remember, the arm rest where the window control was got so water logged, that the electrical system went crazy. The window went down all by itself...completely down...and I couldn't get it to roll up at all. I wheeled into my Chrysler dealership and told them about it. They couldn't get the window up either. Water was standing in it. They had to replace the carpet, amplifier, electrical system. I told them I was getting an attorney. They said that if I enacted lemon laws on them, then by law they had one final chance to fix the car, and they would bring in someone from Detroit if they had to so they wouldn't have to lose a lemon law case. Pi**ed me off BIG TIME!! So in the end, they got the window all the way up and I traded the car that day before it could tear up again.
Boy did I feel jinxed for a long time after these two cars.