The gearbox takes about 7 litres of ATF, the 2.5 litres of ATF that comes out from the drain nut is just the reserve in the sump that is cast into the case. About 3.5 litres is in the torque converter and about a litre is trapped in the valve body etc.
To take it out easily from the cooler line - find a clear container and mark it in litres.
remove dipstick from transmission case
remove both lines from transmission cooler in radiator (start engine and find out which one pumps ATF) - put that in the container.
start engine and let it drain ATF into the container to 2 litres and stop engine
fill 2 litres ATF in the transmission from the dipstick
start engine and drain ATF into container again to 2 litres and stop engine
fill 2 litres of ATF in the transmission from dipstick
start engine and drain ATF in container once again to 2 litres and stop engine
fill 2 litres of ATF.
you will now be seeing clean ATF being pumped into the drain container, this means that all the old ATF in the torque converter is now replaced with clean ATF.
connect the cooler line back to the radiator and check ATF level - make sure its at lower cool level with engine idling in Park.
Drive the car and test all ratios - drive again for 30 minutes and test ATF level once again when warm.
you have to do this drain procedure on a hot transmission (driven for about 30 minutes at speed to fully warm up the ATF)