Sounds like transmission fluid is getting in to your antifreze. Some types of antifreeze are normally red in color.
Looks like a pinkish red to me.
Gm Dex Cool or equivalent. The red color antifreeze.
Usually it's red, yellow or light green.
'DEX COOL' it is red in color.
Dexcool or ornge antifreeze 5 year, red color, Hoat type, Not DEXCOOL.
The 5 year red color
5 year, red color.
Red, 5 year, HOAT type.
My antifreeze is a tan color
Dex-cool it is orange-red color
5 year, red color, HOAT type. Do not use DEXCOOL.
It can make the color lighter, but this does not affect the antifreeze function.
It uses five year, HOAT type antifreeze. From Chrysler it is red or pink. Aftermarket brands could be any color.
The color of antifreeze that you use on a 2004 Ford Escape is green.
The color is green, that is the color of antifreeze that you need to use in your sebring.
It may be possible that your transmission cooler has blown, allowing the two fluids to mix.
Well... sort of.Antifreeze is not naturally colored; coloring agents are added to it. There's no law requiring that a particular type of antifreeze be a specific color, but in general, different colors are used for different types, and it is important to use the right type of antifreeze.So, to sum up: the type of antifreeze matters, the color doesn't, but different colors usually mean different types.