As some of you may have read in previous threads I have posted in, I was having some trouble with my transmission (For the last few months now I've noticed that once the car is up to op.temp. Whenever I'm at a light, etc. and the car shifts into neutral (automaticmode), I get a HUGE delay shifting back into first gear. The car will almost feel like it's stalled and then boom, it will slam into gear. I cringe at whatit's doing to my trans.) Many of you pointed to the possibility of poor quality/old transmission fluid which might need to be changed. As much as I wanted that to be the issue, my sixth, or maybe even seventh sense was telling me it had to be something more "difficult". I finally had had enough of it and took it into the dealer to have it looked at. Right away they wanted to blame my Scan Gauge II as the cause of the issue (as they always seem to do). After they test drove the car with the gauge plugged in and disconnected and the condition still persisted, they agreed to call the mothership. I was not involved in these talks, but it looks like the dealership was advised to install a brand new transmission. I have not seen any paperwork since I dropped the car off on Wednesday, so I'm not sure what the actual diagnosis was. I was actually pretty shocked that they didn't try and at least change the fluid and see if that solved the issue. It must have been "bad" enough for them to not even want to try and save it. I should have the car back in my hands Monday, or Tuesday, so I'll be sure to report back on what the issue was (if the paperwork is complete enough).