I have a Sealey Vacuum Oil & Fluid Extractor. It's a manual operated vacuum extractor with 6.5 litre capacity.
It's boxed and as far as I know unused although I bought it from Amazon as an open box item. I don't really have a need for it and it's just sitting here in my office from when it...
Having just bought a Fluid Extractor ( The Screwfix one ....Best Buy as reccomended by Car Mechanics magazine ) I used it to successfully extract the Sump Oil from my Ski Boat ( a 5.7 litre Inboard ) Very Impressed got the Oil Hot before removal , tube down the dipstick into the sump, about...
Hi thinking of buying a oil extractor pump to do mid service oil change on my E220.
Can anyone give me any advice, I have seen them from as little as £20 up to £60 what's the difference ?. Anyone got any tips on using one.
I'm I right in thinking I need a 6 litre for my E class.
Anyone who has...
Seeing as I am planning to change my oil every 5,000 miles or so, an oil extractor pump seems like a nice option to make the job quick and easy. I have seen many different types on the market so I was hoping for some recommendations before I part with any cash!
I quite like the idea of on the...
I need a little advice please.
The in-built light in our shower extractor fan stopped working the other day. (Bought from Wickes, and is about three months old.)
The bulb is fine.
After doing some quick tests I found the transformer that powers the in-built light was at fault.
Has anyone used an Oil Fluid Extractor when changing the oil in their car.
Are they effective at removing all the oil from the sump .
From what I can see they seem to save crawling underneath the car and avoid messy spillages.
After a bit of searching finally found some decent looking ones which are not hugely expensive. For preference I would drain through the sump but for quick oil changes these seem great. Work like a garden pressure sprayer in reverse.
Should have guessed that marine engines were bound to need...