Shoreline Marine 12 Volt Oil Changer

Shoreline Marine 12 Volt Oil Changer

Shoreline Marine 12 Volt Oil Changer

Shoreline Marine 12 Volt Oil Changer:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. To say I regret purchasing this product would be far too kind. Here is a synopsis of our time together. First, I followed all instructions and used the product accordingly. The first time around, the pump did the job I asked of it. Now, before It sounds like I'm giving too much praise, I should warn you. Even with the engine (and oil) brought to normal operating temperature, the process is slow and messy. The hoses and fittings are super cheap, so you need to be extra careful with them. In my case, after reading all the reviews, I was aware prior to purchasing of everything mentioned above and prepared for the mess and time. The second time around, I prepared exactly as I had the first time. The unit made the same noise as the first time, but had no suction. NONE. Surely, there was a seal or diaphram, or something that had failed. I even tried priming the pum and keeping it lower than the sump. Nothing. I got one, less than spectacular, use out of this thing. Save your money and buy a manual extractor or something nicer. This product is insulting. It's headed to the landfill as we speak.now free shipping,brand new,max 59% offShoreline Marine 12 Volt Oil Changer
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  • Compact and Light Weight for Portability
  • Extracts Heated Engine Oil Through the Engines Dipstick Tube Without Mess
  • Empties Several Quarts of Oil in Just Minutes
  • Includes a 10 Foot Heavy Duty Coiled Wire with Battery Clips, a 4 Foot Inlet Hose for Engine Dipstick and a 5 Foot Outlet Hose
  • Note: Designed to pump warm motor oil ONLY. DO NOT PUMP ANY OTHER FLUIDS WITH THIS PRODUCT.
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Product description

The oil-extractor pump is the ideal equipment for quick and clean engine oil changes. The oil extractor works by connecting the electric pump with the battery clips provided to a 12 Volt battery. The oil is then simply drawn out of the engine through the oil dipstick bore and then transferred into a waste oil container for disposal.

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Shoreline Marine 12 Volt Oil Changer

Shoreline Marine 12 Volt Oil Changer

Shoreline Marine 12 Volt Oil Changer:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. To say I regret purchasing this product would be far too kind. Here is a synopsis of our time together. First, I followed all instructions and used the product accordingly. The first time around, the pump did the job I asked of it. Now, before It sounds like I'm giving too much praise, I should warn you. Even with the engine (and oil) brought to normal operating temperature, the process is slow and messy. The hoses and fittings are super cheap, so you need to be extra careful with them. In my case, after reading all the reviews, I was aware prior to purchasing of everything mentioned above and prepared for the mess and time. The second time around, I prepared exactly as I had the first time. The unit made the same noise as the first time, but had no suction. NONE. Surely, there was a seal or diaphram, or something that had failed. I even tried priming the pum and keeping it lower than the sump. Nothing. I got one, less than spectacular, use out of this thing. Save your money and buy a manual extractor or something nicer. This product is insulting. It's headed to the landfill as we speak.now free shipping,brand new,max 59% offShoreline Marine 12 Volt Oil Changer