Hey guys, My other ride is as titled. It was my first vehicle, my K5 is my second. I got into wrenching on cars because I moved into a home with a garage and figured I'd try tackling all maintenance stuff on my first car myself. It progressed to the point where I was confident in getting a second vehicle, and that's where I am today. Anyhow, the torque converter is slowly on its way out in my 3K. It sometimes fails to get into lock-up. By "sometimes", I mean that if I were to drive at highway speeds 5 days in a row, it would likely fail to lock-up on the third or fourth day. So rather seldom overall. When it fails to get into lock-up, the driver doesn't feel it at all. If the CEL didn't come on, I'd have no idea that anything even happened. I got an excellent transmission guy referral from a fellow CK5 member, and he's taken great care of me. He said he can replace the TC for me and I'll be good to go. But, it's an expensive job. So after all of that droning, here's my question: I'm thinking of driving this thing until I can feel the transmission slipping. With how seldom I drive, I think I can get another 6 months or a year out of it. When I start to feel the trans slipping, I'll have it towed to the shop. If I get to that point, do you all believe that I will have to replace more than just the TC? Will I have done damage to other transmission components? Thanks for your thoughts, whatever they may be!