59. The Mysterious Carport Stain

Oh, no! Denzel thought. Where’d THAT come from? was looking at a big red dry stain was on the carport where he always parked car.
There was only one thing to do: his power steering fluid and his transmission fluid, of which were red. The power steering fluid at the proper level, so that left the fluid. A small leak could result in a transmission, which could cost $1,000 to $2,000 to or replace. Denzel did not have $1,000 or ,000.
Denzel was not sure about how to check transmission fluid level. But he found the instructions his car manual. They were not complicated.
He his engine for about 15 minutes to get up to normal operating temperature. Next, he shifted transmission through all the gears, and then let car idle for three minutes in Park. Then pulled out the dipstick. The fluid was at correct level. Denzel breathed a sigh of relief.
he drove off in his car, he wondered he would ever find out the cause of stain. Or would it be one of those of life, like the mystery of why his girlfriend had left him.
“Why did you break with me?” he had asked her on the a while ago. “I thought everything was going between us. Then, wham, out of nowhere, you me we were through. You needed more space, said. What does THAT mean?”
“It’s a long ,” she replied.
“Go ahead,” he said. “I’ve got of time.”
“I’ve got to go,” she said.
!” Denzel muttered as the phone went dead.