|Item Weight||1.81 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||7.68 x 5.39 x 4.45 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||HR-140571|
|Vehicle Service Type||Car|
Hanperal DC 12V 5L Transfer Pump Extractor Oil Fluid Scavenge Suction Vacuum
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- Pump Diameter: Approx. 4.8cm / 1.89inch; Length: Approx. 14.5cm / 5.7inch.
- Cable Length: Approx. 30cm / 11.8inch; Clips Length: Approx. 8cm / 3.15inch.
- Maximum Flow: 5L/min; Maximum Pressure: 0.8MPA; Rated Voltage: DC 12V; Rated Power: 60W.
- Nylon pipe Length:100cm/39.4"; Outlet PVC pipe Length:150cm/59".
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Rated Voltage: DC 12V
Rated Power: 60W
Maximum Pressure: Max. 0.8MPA
Maximum Flow: 5L/min
Pump Diameter: Approx. 4.8cm/1.89"
Length: Approx. 14.5cm/5.7"
Outlet pipe size(Dia.*L): Approx. 10mm*137cm
Inlet pipe diameter: Approx. 8mm,6 mm ; Length: Approx. 110cm/43.3"
1x Oil Pump
1x 11mm Outlet PVC pipe
1x 6mm Nylon pipe
1x 5mm Brass pipe
How to use:
1.Start to run the car engine for a while, when oil temperature turns to be about 50 degrees, start pumping oil.
2.Then connect the pump to the power, run it for a while, and observe whether the inlet and outlet is normal.
3.Next,open the filler cap,get dipstick out, force the tube into the bottom of the joint, until the tube does not move;
then put the inlet pipe from the oil dipstick into in end (the tube into the bottom of the tank, the bottom concave place, in order to pump the oil completely);
as no oil or pumping up very slowly or intermittently, it is generally caused by loose pipes and fittings. You have to install the pipes and fittings again.
4.After oil pumping, remove the tube, and then run the pump for a while, pump the remaining oil inside the pumping clean, or pump water for a while until the pump head gets clean.
5.If you have not used it for a long time, it may have no suction, then just pour the water in the pump, and run the pump for a few minutes until the air is all out.
If you want to connect this pump to AC power, you will need a power converter.
Make sure the engine up to operating temperature!
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Based on the reviews here I ordered https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08CXR2YKN and replaced the leads that came with the pump before I even used it.
The replacement leads fit perfect. Just remove two philips head screws and the pump separates from the motor. You will need (2) quick disconnect solderless terminals. The positive lead should be an insulated connector. The tab size is not 0.25, it's the next size smaller (0.210?).
With the heavier, longer leads this pump is perfect.
Hoses included for the suction side were stiff, no collapsing.
Used it to remove that horrible Rain-X windshield wiper fluid from the reservoir before it ruined the system.
By Bill Murphy on February 1, 2018