I have a 95 Chrysler Town & Country. I got it at around 97k miles. It now has 278k miles on it. The engine still runs great, no real leaks or anything. However, there is an intermitent transmission problem. In the time I've owned this van I've replaced the trans now twice, and it's now acting up again. They want another $3000 to fix it. Not worth that. However, I think there must be something causing this, something else the matter, etc. It's very intermittent, sometimes going for several weeks or a month without doing it, then suddenly 3 times in one day. What happens is it drops into low gear (safety gear I'm told) for no reason. If I turn the car off, let it sit for just a couple of seconds and turn it back on, it starts right back up. There is plenty of fluid in the transmission (checked) and it's clean and clear - no smell, no burn, nothing. Nothing seems to make it happen in particular. I had one mechanic tell me it might be the transmission soleniod, and then decide that it wouldn't be that. I had another tell me that perhaps it was a computer issue since they noticed that at idle at a stop light the accelerator jumps around between 0, 1 and sometimes 2 mph. Any thoughts as to what might be causing this? I don't want to put a 3rd trans in the van (can't afford it, and not worth it). Seems like something must be causing this to happen every couple of years.