The City of Chicago has a terrible problem with potholes. While traveling down a city street and avoiding thousands of them, I finally hit the "Mother of All Potholes" but because it was rush hour had to keep moving with the flow of traffic. I pulled into a parking lot of a local grocery store to shop and when I restarted the car and tried to reverse, the car rolled a couple of feet, then the gears no longer engaged so I was unable to get in gear in reverse or drive. Looking under where the car was parked, there was a pretty big puddle. When I dipped my finger in it, the fluid color was that telltale transmission fluid color red. The fluid was pretty clean. This happened to me today, the car is safe in a parking lot and won't be towed. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, since I don't know what I am dealing with. My funds are limited since I have been laid off for 6 months. What is the "best and worst case" scenario? I have nightmare images of dancing dollars streaming out of my wallet. Thanks!
have the same problem?
Wednesday, September 16th, 2009 AT 5:49 PM