Ok - backstory - 1988 Chrysler Fifth - The Pearl Transmission went out in 2005 after a road trip from Albuquerque to Little Rock, to Tulsa and back to Albuquerque.. Happened leaving a Walmart, and it slipped and lurched its way to a stop about 5 miles down the road. It drove up on the tow truck the next morning however, and they said it was cause the transmission was cold - ANYWHOOO I have been working on my car again, and in my attempts to move her - (I had checked the transmission - however the car would not run long enough to warm up, so therefore I did not have an accurate reading... I know.. OOPS) She moved fine, and then started lagging on shifting from P to R and P to 1... I checked the transmission again since it warmed up a lot more by that time, and the fluid was not on the dipstick anymore. SOOO - After sitting ten years, did my transmission fluid evaporate?? Or possibly seep out? If so, would I be safe to refill it, and have it run fine?? I cannot afford a transmission, and do NOT want to screw this one up.. It has roughly 20,000 or less miles on it.