I’m doing a tranny job on an '05 Toyota Camry LE with a 2AZ-FE engine with a U250E transmission. I picked up four (4) quarts of Toyota ATF Type T-IV for $5.29 a quart at Carquest where they wanted about $7.00 a quart at Toyota. I picked up a filter and gasket set at the same time. My plan is to do this project in the A.M. I’ve done a couple of these tranny fluid jobs so it’s no big deal.
Question I have is for @Transman…I picked up a bottle of B-12 CHEMTOOL. I do recall that you have mentioned that this is about the only thing you add to the fluid when doing your transmission magic. Am I correct on this subject and if so, do you put the whole 15 oz. bottle in while filling with fluid? Maybe 1/2 or 1 & 1/2? Do you just leave it in until the next change 30,000 miles later or does it need to come out sooner? (it does say fuel treatment on the bottle)
The Camry only has 42,000 miles on it and according to the owner, She says this is the last car she wants to own/buy so I’m trying to help her reach this goal.