I was pregnant with my fourth child last year and so I trade it in my almost paid off Milan for a 2010 Traverse that I was excited about, it had 99,000 miles. I only drove it for a month-and-a-half before the engine light went on I went down and had it tested and it came back for the timing chains. I'm a single mom so I had my dad fix it it took him three months but he finally got it fixed and it was up and running again. It worked fine with no issues and the light went off. I got in it in March to start my car and go to work and I heard this horrible sound and it wouldn't start dad said the timing chain snapped out of nowhere. So it's been sitting in his driveway since then and he's been working on it when he can when he's not at work he just got it fixed and put back together and now he's saying that it is bent valves. I don't know what to do I don't have the money to fix this thing I've already read a bunch of stuff online and I know that this is an issue for 2009 and if they were recalled I don't understand why the 2010 is not real cold yet I can't afford the $330 for the payment and the insurance for this thing to just sit in my driveway. Instead of piling more money into this paperweight I went out and bought another vehicle that's barely running but at least it gets me and my kids around but I don't know what to do. I'm begging you all to point me in the right direction of what I should do because I still owe $8,000 on this fucking paperweight and I truly believe that they knew what was going to happen to it. I tried to bring it back to the dealership and told them everything that was happening and they said they would help me they just called me back and they said that they'll take the vehicle off my hands they'll take a $2,000 down payment and they're trying to sell me a 2013 van for $18,000 with a hundred and ten thousand miles on it already and they want me to pay almost $300 a month.