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Flushing the trans is the correct thing to do and you have done it correctly but you should not have diven the vehicle until the oil has no signs of water in it, ie color is red and no more milky pink.
Disconnect the shifter cable from the transmission and manually turn the shifter lever. If it is hard to turn, the coolant contamination has affected the lubricacity of the lever bushes and you might not be able to get it loose without disassembling the transmission.
Check the transmission fluid again and if the color is still milky pink, there is still presence of water and you need to have the breather hose cleared of clogging. When the breather hose is breathing correctly, any water within the transmission fluid can evaporate when fuid heats up.
You need to run the engine to operating temperature to allow the water to evaporate. Remove the dipstick while idling the engine to expedite the process.
There is a possibility water has gotten to the shifter lever within the transmission.
Friday, May 27th, 2011 AT 1:37 PM