Since then it's died on me once with my kids in the car (making a left from a light, died in the middle of a non-busy overpass) and just this morning as I was cruising down the 5 on the way to work; happily I had enough momentum to make it to the shoulder. Both times back in business in less than 5 minutes (since I am now pretty damn good at whipping out my spare fuses, getting the hood up and switching them out! ), but what if it dies on me and I CANT make it to the shoulder?
I do not trust it anymore and I feel like I'm running out of my 9 lives on when the damn thing dies on me. Spent a lot of money at the mechanic too for him to diagnose exactly... nothing.
It's just so frustrating because I really only tow once in awhile. In an ideal world it would semi-retire to be my tow-vehicle only and I could downsize to something much more RELIABLE, economical, and practical. Double Sigh.