Stopped over in Kununurra on our trip, went out to Wyndam for a drive and decided to check the prison tree on a dirt track. It was the worst road I personally have ever been on.
We saw the tree, came out and had no gears. I could not believe it, the transmission cooling pipe had vibrated undone and we had lost our trans fluid. We tightened it up, put more in (had some in the car) but not enough. It took us over three hours to slowly come back to Kununarra after our afternoon out. Getting someone to fix the car was another nightmare. We finally found a nice man from East Kimberly Motors who cared enough to look for a trans for us and fit it.
We were in Kununurra for two weeks, never saw any crocs, stayed at Lakes Resort Caravan Pk. We are in Broome now waiting for a new radiator.
I have decided this will be my last trip out of South Australia where we come from. WA is beautiful but when you have car troubles it can cost a fortune.
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