|Item Weight||13 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 10 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||Q-HY-1500L|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||Q-HY-1500L|
|OEM Part Number||Q-HY-1500L|
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Pilot Automotive Q-HY-1500L 12 V Electric Car Jack
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- Powerful 4000-lb capacity scissor jack powered from the vehicle
- Heavy-duty 15 amp, permanently-lubricated DC motor and rotating pawl
- 12-volt cigarette lighter adapter with 12' cord will reach all areas of the car or truck
- Built-in circuit breaker within the jack protects your vehicles wiring from over-load
- Includes rugged storage case for compact and organized storage
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Good idea to use a block of wood between this jack and your frame...top cap is plastic. Would be real easy to do some damage unless you have it placed just right.
* One newer issue after removing all 4 wheels from a 1/2 ton 4x4 (3100 lbs)...the base of the jack (part that is on the ground) bent in use...this is the longer end...so the metal the base is stamped from is too light in gauge. I put this part of the jack in a vise and bent it back straight by hand. Weak. I was using on a fairly soft gravel driveway.
So you'd definitely want to block at least one of the wheels remaining on the ground to avoid putting any side-strain on the base. And probably a good idea to use a 2X6 under the base?
This jacks draws some current...would work on the side of the road for maybe one wheel...but you'll need to put a charger on the battery if doing all four.
Dropping to 3 stars. IMO...after looking at the selection of motorized jacks available on Amazon...they all seem to be variations on a theme...Read more ›
EDIT: The second jack arrived today. I plugged it in, and it did lift the Charger, although reluctantly the first time. I then tried it on my '72 Continental Mark IV, a tank of a car. It lifted one wheel of the Mark easier then it did the Charger, so I tried the Charger a second time. This time it was easier. The jack seemed very stable, even at the top of it's lift with the Mark. I think it will be a handy addition to my garage, so I'm going to keep it.
The other negative about the second jack was that all three extra fuses were broken and small pieces of glass were scattered throughout the plastic storage box. Plus, Amazon's packaging is getting downright horrible.
2ND EDIT: I have used this jack for 2 years now, and it has worked flawlessly. One thing I did was to buy this converter:
Max Burton 200W Converter
With the converter, I don't have to have the car running to be able to power the jack. That makes it safer and also seems to give the jack plenty of power. This arrangement has worked so well that I'm getting ready to purchase a second jack so that I can rotate my tires easily.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Weight capacity is ONLY HALF listed on the actual product and the included instructions both warn the maximum weight capacity is 1000 kgs which equals only about HALF of what the... Read morePublished 14 days ago by customer
Works well, but just wish it would lift higher. Won't be of any use on vehicles that sit up off the ground further than a Saab 9-2x (Subaru WRX) unless you're setting it on... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I ordered Q-HY-1500L which is shown to be 4000lb capacity. I received 684-Q-HY-1500s which according to the decal on the jack has a capacity of 1000kg or 2200lb. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sue
Fast and strong - lifts one side of Hummer H2 with ease.Published 5 months ago by Charlie M. Bateman
easy to use, my only concern was that the case was badly damage.Published 7 months ago by Dennis Haddix
This item works! It sure beats the heck out of being on your knees cranking the little jack that comes with the car. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Charles Hall