My transmission just started acting up in the past two weeks, so I'd like some advice - that a girl could understand too please. I know enough about cars, but not like some of you gearheads who know every term for every single little thing. Have a '94 XLT with 116,000 miles. This tranny issue only happens in the mornings (when the car's been sitting for 12 hours or so, although I DO have a remote starter and always let it warm up for about 10-15 minutes) and only when it's really cold out (like this morning, it was about 15 degrees outside). It also only happens once per morning, usually within a block or two of my house; once I get the car REALLY warmed up, it stops. When I come to a stop light or stop sign, heading uphill, when I try to go again, the tranny will slip into neutral. If I turn the engine off and then restart, it's fine and I can drive again and stop pissing off all of the traffic that's stuck behind me. I have no problems with any other gears/shifts. I did put a quart of Lucas Transmission Stop Slip in about 1 1/2 weeks ago, and it was fine and dandy for about a week, but then started doing this again the past few days. Any thoughts? Is my tranny going bad or is there something small that I'm just missing? Haven't tried to take the transmission apart at all yet, so I'm just going on how it feels while driving. Thanks, guys and gals!