Jimmiee, I just got back from having the flush done at Jiffy Lube! It took 16.5 quarts. I took advantage of going during the Cowboys game today so there wasn't much of a wait at all! I was able to watch the whole process and they let me go down in the bay so that I could get a good look of my undercarriage while the flush was in progress. I think I caught it none too soon! The fluid was really dark, not quite black, but close! I'm going back next Sunday to get the transfer case and diff done. The price before tax was $182, then they gave me a 20% veterans discount for a grand total of $155.50 including tax!
You have a kind Jiffy Lube near you....I just inquired at my local J-Lube....When I asked if their fluid was WS compliant/equal, I drew a blank face. They did not instill any confidence in me.
I also have a valvoline, in my area, across town, who I called and they were familiar with their product advised Valvoline Max Life and per MSD sheet, seems legit, and I've read good from other folks , http://content.valvoline.com/pdf/maxlife_atf.pdf
No Toyota dealership, wanted to do a fluid exchange for me locally. I think they were thinking flush, and I do not want a flush (pressurized )....I just want old fluid out with new fluid in, via exchange. Simple.
I will probably go Next Week to Valvoline, I was able to barrow a snapon Solus Ultra scanner. It does read ATF Temperatures, 2 readings for the two sensors inside. I tested it out, when my friend brought it over. My FJ had been parked for nearly an hour, hence the two temps reading the same. I did leave scanner tool on, and drove around the block. Second ATF 2 Temperature, moved more up and down in temperature thus it has to be the TC temp. The ATF 1 Temp, went up more slowly and consistently.
Lastly, thank you to all who have posted, its a such a great wealth of knowledge this forum....Jimmie, you are the man and always glad to read your inputs