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Old 10-31-2010, 07:58 AM
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Automatic Oil Change Pump

Hello All,

Hopefully this is the correct forum to post under? I found this on a website and i was wondering if this was worth my time and money?

Automatic Oil Change Pump Never crawl under your car to change the oil again!
This item allows you to change the oil easily in any vehicle or machine without having to crawl under the vehicle to drain the oil. The oil and sludge is simply pumped out through the dip stick tube using this handy time and money saving device. Stop spending money on expensive oil changes that you can now do yourself!

Plugs right into your vehicle's cigarette lighter to power the electric pump
Includes a 31.5" oil hose (2 piece) and a cigarette lighter adapter with 80" cable
Keeps engine in top running condition
Costs less than a single oil change!
Works great for:

Cars
Trucks
SUVs
ATVs
Boats
Snowmobiles
Lawn Mowers
Snow Blowers
Brand New Merchandise

Any feedback would be great?
Thanks

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Old 10-31-2010, 08:50 AM
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First, I don't think I've ever had a vehicle that's easier to change the oil on, than my truck (5gal bucket fits under the pan!).

But for other stuff, maybe it'd be worth it....

Marine engines are routinely changed that way.

I'm not sure you get as good a job as you do by letting every last drop run out off the bottom of the pan though. Might not be necessary, just makes me feel better
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Fumoto drain valve with a piece of hose.
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Thanks duckslayer74 that may work out better than the pump
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No problem.
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Just wanted to say that I love my Fumoto valve, it doesn't get any easier than that ...thanks duckslayer74
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Fumoto valve is nice, but I always want to pull the plug to inspect for metal shavings.
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