Here's the story: I bought a 2002 Ranger Edge (V6, Auto)on April 20. Just a few days and 300 miles later I have an error light start blinking. It's my O/D light that signals a transmission problem. I take it in and after 5 days they deterine that it was a low transmission fluid level and send me on my merry way. A few days after that I notice an unrelated problem, the gauge cluster cover (clear cover) looks like it has smears in it. I wipe the cover thinking it was just haze from whatever they used to detail the car for delivery. It turns out the stains and scratches are on the inside of the cover. I have that replaced. A few days after that, the transmission problem reoccurs(sp?). I take it in after having made an appointment to have it looked at. Well 8 days and a replaced transmission later: I pick up the truck and drive about 1 mile from the dealer and BOOM!! the same problem. I am so pissed at the moment. I've had the care for 47 days, and counting today I've been without it for 15 of those days. I'm wondering if I have the basis for having this declared a lemon and replaced. Since under one of the scenarios, the same problem twice within 12 months/12,000 miles, I may be able to do it. I would think that a possible transmission failure while on the road could cause an accident and thusly could be considered serious enough of a problem to be considered under the previous condition. Anyone have any experience with this?