The QuickExtract™ Oil Change Pump makes it fast and mess-free to change the oil in your car, motorcycle, boat, jet ski and more!
There's no need to lift your car up on jack stands because the QuickExtract™ transfers oil right from under your hood!
It's simple, convenient, and cost-efficient!
This Pump is agreat wayto extract motor oilfrom awide varietyof motor vehicles!
The oil extractor works byconnecting the clampsto the 12V battery. The oil issimply drawn outthe motor through the oil outlet tube.
The oil-extractor issuitableto pumpengine oil, diesel and heating oil.
Turn off your engine and remove the oil cap.
Place the inlet hose into the engine's oil reservoir.
Place the outlet hose into an empty bucket.
Connect the positive and negative power clamps to the car battery.
Press the power button to turn on the oil pump.
This process is very simple and you can often do it by yourself to ensure your engine runs smoothly.
Dimensions: 5.1 x 5 x 3.3" / 14.1 x 8.3 x 13 cm Input Voltage: 12V DC Rated Current: 5A Sound: 70 dB Vibration: Less Than 2.5m / s2 Maximum Flow Rate: 1.5 L / min Maximum Delivery Height: 2.3 ft. Crude Oil Flow Rate: Approx. 250L / hour Line Length: approx. 71 cm / 28 in
1 x QuickExtract™ Oil Change Pump
1 x Outlet Hose
1 x Inlet Hose
2 x Hose Clamps
2 x Battery Clamps
To avoid overheating, please do not keep the oil-extractor running longer than 30 minutes per use. Let it cool down for 10 minutes before reuse. Do not use the extractor for the following liquids: water (no lubrication of the pump), gearbox-oil (too viscous), and flammable liquids (fuel, petrol, etc).
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Follow these steps to change the oil using a vacuum extraction pump or electrical pump.
1.Get the engine oil warm
Turn off the engine and let it cool down for at least 15 min. If the engine is cold, start it up and run it for a couple of minutes. You want the oil to be warm but not hot.
2.Open the hood and remove the oil dipstick.
Insert the tube into the oil dipstick.
Push the tube until it stops. Typically it should go into the dipstick about two to three feet. Note that some extraction pumps have two piece tube.
Ensure that the two tubes are tight together. Otherwise, one of the tubes can fall out and get stuck in the oil dipstick.
3.Connect the oil extraction pump
Insert the other side of the tube (discharge side) into an empty container. Ideally, a clear container or one that you can measure the amount of oil that you are extracting.
Connect the extraction pump to your car battery.
Positive: Red clamp on (+) battery post (note red battery cable).
Negative: Black clamp on (-) battery post (note black battery cable).
4.Extract oil from the engine
Turn on the extraction pump.
If you are using a vacuum extraction pump, there is no need to connect it to the battery, because you can't. Instead, start pumping the oil and be ready to get a good workout.
5.Suck out all of the engine oil
Let the oil extractor pump run for about 10 to 20 minutes. You will know when it is finished extracting the oil, as you will see air bubbles on your oil container. If you pay close attention, you will notice that the sound of the electrical oil extractor will change when it is finished extracting the oil as at this point it will run dry.
When you think all the oil is extracted, move the tube into the dipstick by pushing it down or twisting it slightly. This will ensure you are sucking all the oil at the bottom of the oil pan/sump.
Remove the oil tube from the engine. Make sure to have a rag ready as a small amount of oil will drip out of the tube.
6.Replace engine oil filter
If your oil filter is on top of the engine, consider yourself lucky. Replace the oil filter which in most cases is cartridge oil filter type usually found on BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
On Japanese and American cars, you may need to get under the car to access the engine oil filter.
Make sure to set the parking brake and block the rear tires.
7.Add engine oil
Check your owner's manual the amount of engine oil you need to add.
Add the recommended quantity minus half a quart. If your car requires 4.5 quarts add only four as a starting point. Let the oil make its way to the oil pan and check the engine oil.
Don't force the suction tube in the dipstick if it is too large. Otherwise, you risk getting the tube stuck in the dipstick.
Make sure the tube is pushed in all the way, and it is at the lowest point of the pan.
On some car engines that have the oil filter installed on top. It is possible to remove the oil filter and use this channel to insert the tube and extract oil.
Note that by changing the oil yourself you may void your warranty. Unfortunately, some car manufacturers require that you pay a technician to change your oil.