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Passenger Let Her Go .torrent


If you recently installed or updated uTorrent on your PC, you may have have picked up an unwanted passenger: a bitcoin miner called Epic Scale. If you don't pay attention, that piece of code can be inadvertently installed with the latest uTorrent build (version 3.4.2). It can then use your computer as part of a bitcoin farm (Litecoin, to be exact) to generate revenue for third parties. Users first reported the situation on uTorrent's forums, and it was quickly confirmed by a senior support manager. He said that the app "cannot be installed without permission," but one user claimed that there was "never a warning about it," even though he opted out of other bundled software.




Passenger Let Her Go .torrent



I bought a 2008 Torrent brand new in 2009. It had 200 miles on it because it had to be driven from Virginia to WV, to the dealership where I bought it. As soon as I got it home from the dealership it started to fall apart. Back wiper motor grounded, had to replace battery in 4 months, six disc cd stereo started to act up and would not eject or play cds. Also steering column started to make bad noise, and vibrate badly. With about 15,000 miles seal between motor and transmission started leaking transmission fluid. Now service airbag light comes on everytime someone sits in passenger seat. It goes on and off, on and off. Oh, and the back seats stopped laying down at about 20,000 miles. Locked up on the inside. And, the front passenger side seat won't adjust because it is locked up also. Now, the ABS light stays on, and the service traction control light is on. Plus, the stabilitrak service light just came on. 75,000 miles on vehicle. This is pitiful! I have never bought a brand new car that was a lemon right from the get go! CFrom reading the other posts, it seems that others are having similar problems. Some sound dangerous or life threating. This only leads me to ask one question: "No recall GM?" All I can say is "Lesson learned GM." Never again will I own a GM product! And I purchase many vehicles. I am like many hard working people who can not afford to keep running back and forth to a dealership and paying high repair bills because a warranty has run out. And, I can't afford to let my family to be in an unsafe Pontiac Torrent.


  • Torrent is built on a front-wheel-drive platform, but all-wheel drive is available for winter weather. The standard engine is a 185-horsepower V6, mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. We found the Torrent delivers quick acceleration and its styling is restrained, clean and pleasing. Inside, the available leather seats are nice, the premium stereo sounds good, and the low dash offers a good view of the road ahead. The back seat slides and reclines according to your needs for extended leg room or more cargo space. For 2009, XM Satellite Radio is now standard, and Bluetooth phone connectivity optional, adding to Torrent's appeal. The sporty Torrent GXP boasts a 264-horsepower V6 and six-speed automatic transmission, along with sport-tuned steering and suspension components, and a unique look inside and out. Options include a clever cargo storage system with handy bins in the floor and wheel wells, plus a lightweight polycarbonate shelf that can be placed in various positions for differing needs; it has hooks for grocery bags and can be configured as a table for tailgate parties. Three 12-volt power outlets come standard. Additional features include four-wheel disc brakes and StabiliTrak electronic stability control, all of which come standard. Dual-stage front airbags for driver and passenger include GM's Passenger Sensing System; and the now-standard head-curtain side-impact air bags are wired to detect rollovers. A tire pressure monitor is standard, too. Torrent has earned a five-star (best) rating in federal frontal crash tests. Also available are a remote starter, three different audio systems (one including navigation) and two different grades of chrome rims. Full ReviewThe Pontiac Torrent emphasizes a smooth ride and interior versatility. The Torrent is a crossover SUV, meaning it's built more like a car than a truck. The Torrent shares its basic structure with the Chevy Equinox. Torrent is built on a front-wheel-drive platform, but all-wheel drive is available for winter weather. The standard engine is a 185-horsepower V6, mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. We found the Torrent delivers quick acceleration and its styling is restrained, clean and pleasing. Inside, the available leather seats are nice, the premium stereo sounds good, and the low dash offers a good view of the road ahead. The back seat slides and reclines according to your needs for extended leg room or more cargo space. For 2009, XM Satellite Radio is now standard, and Bluetooth phone connectivity optional, adding to Torrent's appeal. The sporty Torrent GXP boasts a 264-horsepower V6 and six-speed automatic transmission, along with sport-tuned steering and suspension components, and a unique look inside and out. Options include a clever cargo storage system with handy bins in the floor and wheel wells, plus a lightweight polycarbonate shelf that can be placed in various positions for differing needs; it has hooks for grocery bags and can be configured as a table for tailgate parties. Three 12-volt power outlets come standard. Additional features include four-wheel disc brakes and StabiliTrak electronic stability control, all of which come standard. Dual-stage front airbags for driver and passenger include GM's Passenger Sensing System; and the now-standard head-curtain side-impact air bags are wired to detect rollovers. A tire pressure monitor is standard, too. Torrent has earned a five-star (best) rating in federal frontal crash tests. Also available are a remote starter, three different audio systems (one including navigation) and two different grades of chrome rims. Hide Full ReviewChoose a TrimFront-wheel Drive Sport Utility (Base)All-wheel Drive Sport Utility (Base)Front-wheel Drive Sport Utility (GXP)All-wheel Drive Sport Utility (GXP)Retail Price$24,820 - $31,415MSRP / Window Sticker PriceFind Best PriceEngine3.4L V-6, 3.6L V-6MPGUp to 17 city / 24 highwaySeating5 PassengersTransmission5-spd auto, 6-spd auto w/ODPower185 - 264 hpDrivetrainall wheel, front-wheelCurb Weight3,660- 4,060 lbsSmart Buy Program is powered by More Torrent InformationAll Model Years

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