60K, time to change AT Fluid. Owner’s manual gives 2 Qts capacity. FSM says “drain old fluid, put in two quarts; then add additional fluid as needed to bring level up to ‘Cold’ marks on dip stick.” Assuming 2 quarts I purchased 3 quarts of Toyota AFT Type T-IV. Drained the transmission, much more than 2 quarts. Put in 2 quarts of new fluid. With engine idling, and cold, fluid much too low. Continued adding fluid. (Had to buy more) After almost 3 1/2 quarts (total) I finally got the level proper, both hot and cold. Transmission seems to work fine, smooth and proper shifting. My question: Does UZJ100 transmission really need 3 1/2 quarts of fluid? The FSM cautions not to overfill, but the level on the dip stick tells me it is proper. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.