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I added too much transmission fluid to the car andfluid poured out underneath the car on the front driver's side and it started but would not move.

I brought the vehicle to my mechanics 3 times in the past month and a half for this issue. The first time they repaired the gas cap and something (i forget what) and the issue was seemingly fixed. However, the ABS ESP BAS and Engine lights came back on a week or two later. I took it back to the shop and told nothing was wrong with the car. The guy indicated that i may have slipped on ice and stated that all the lights were off in the car. Approximately one day later the engine light comes on and the odometer said gas cap again. Two weeks after that the ABS BAS ESP Engine and Break are illuminated on the dashboard. I took back in and this time informed that i needed a new control module (??) The mechanic said the lights will remain on but that the car is drivable for now. Additionally, i was told that the estimated cost to replace the control module is $3,000 :-o

Does this sound right??? I know nothing about cars.....

Any feedback on this matter would be greatly appreciated.


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Sometimes it will and sometimes it wont come out of park