Yes. The vehicle had to be towed back to the shop after delivery. What was disocvered was that a intermittent faulty airbag clockspring would take down the vehicles network but only when the steering wheel is set in a certian postion. i.e. at its lowest point and then this was intermittent. Typically a faulty clockspring will not affect the transmission operation. In this case it did. I understand you frustration. We are equally disappionted because we pride ouselves on a fix it right the first time mission. Repairing computer networked vehicles is sometimes not an exact science. Vehicle electronics can be tested and retested but only when the condition does not occur again do we really know that it is "fixed".