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Probably nobody is driving these anymore, but you never know. This car had a broken dipstick in the transmission, broke right in half. I don't know how it got broken and I should have replaced it but I didn't expect it to lose all the transmission fluid. At first I noticed it would lurch a bit every now and then when driving it. I had no idea what that was but I thought it was something simple like bad gas or something. Shortly after that I was going down a highway at about 55mph when the front wheels suddenly froze. Thank goodness it was winter time and the roadway was icy. The car slid across the ice into a snowbank/ditch.
I had to have it towed home and then towed to a repair shop. They said the transmission had seized up and would have to be replaced. The car wasn't worth the cost to replace it so I sold it for $75. The person I sold it to said they had a garage and equipment to change it out so it was probably a good deal for them since it didn't have any other problems. So it was partially my fault for not getting a new dipstick but I do have to wonder how all the fluid just ran out of it? A broken dipstick would not cause that. It was one of the scariest things that ever happened to me. I think the car would have flipped end over end had the road not been icy.
Traverse City, MI, USA