I am trying to find out the best course of action with my current status and history with my Pacifica. I purchased it new and have taken it into the dealer a few times for transmission hard shifting. The engine warning light will come on and then go off again. The dealer has replaced the PCM and updated the software. About a week ago I was going up a slight hill and the warning lights came on as the van stalled and seized. I started sliding down the dirt road and into a ditch. When I looked out the window I had dumped all of what smelled and looked like red transmission fluid all over the ground before I slid into the ditch. A park Ranger, a sheriff and the tow truck operator all agreed it looked like transmission fluid. I was unable to change gears so I had to turn the engine off and back on the get the van into park and to engage the emergency brake. The van had to be pulled out of the ditch and towed. It is now at the dealership. Do to this accident caused by the transmission my family and I feel unsafe in this vehicle. We are waiting on Chrysler to contact us after it is fully inspected. Does anyone have any advice on how to proceed? I am concerned that we paid a lot of money for something that could potentially cause my family harm.