Good thing there is "no problem" driving to work this morning, 60 mph on the highway. I get a service transmission message and check engine light is on, so I pull off of the off-ramp that I was on at the time and it was revving out of control when I pressed the gas. I ended up sitting on the side of the road for 35 minutes to get the car started after completing 10 minutes of put it neutral then drive. The car was towed to a different dealership this time, and luckily I did not go with the tow truck driver. This dealership is "new and doesn't have the authorization" for loaner vehicles and since (per Chrysler policy) they cannot reimburse me for a rental until they look at it which is Monday at the earliest. Currently at work, 35 miles from home, with no vehicle. Not happy."test drove, unable to duplicate odor. removed blower motor resistor & inspected-looks good. no sign of overheating or smell. cabin air filter is clean. contacted star online. checked exhaust. all stickers burnt off. inspected trans housing. no clutch dust. turbo to manifold is aligned. sealed cowl housing to body sheet metal per star case. contacted chrysler engineering. field rep came out test drove and inspected vehicle. rep advised smoke/smell may have been from the dual dry clutch which has been known to smoke in a stop and go scenario for periods of time with low mileage due to the design of trans. no problems seen at this time."