I bought a used toyota forklift to use around the shop. I bought it as is with a broke transmission pan for $500. The pan was cracked out and I machined a new one from a 1" aluminum plate. The toyota forklift dealer said to use dextron trans fluid. I poured in 7 quarts, and the trans shifted fine. I drive it home about a 1.5 miles. It ran and drove fine. I checked the fluid levels the next day and found the trans full but the fluid looked like pepto bismol. Any insight on the cause of the fluid pink and milkly color? Water in the torque convertor? The was no metal in the fluid but trace amounts of sand after I drain it.