|Item Weight||2.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.8 x 6.8 x 3.2 inches|
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|Item model number||53351-B|
|Manufacturer Part Number||53351-B|
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Mastercool (53351-B) Professional UV Leak Detector Kit with 50W Mini Light
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The Mastercool Professional UV Leak Detector Kit with 50W Mini Light includes high intensity mini light, replaceable 1 oz. (10 applications) dye cartridge, A/C connection hose w/R134a coupler, R12 adapter, 1 oz. OIL/ATF/Gas and diesel fluorescent dye, 1 oz. engine coolant dye, 4 oz. dye remover, 25 service information labels and UV enhancing safety glasses.
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I still gave them full stars because it came with a little plastic carrying case to keep everything organised, a welcome surprise.
The dye was easy to apply and showed up bright. Plenty of length on the cord to move about. No batteries to fuss with is the best.
I would recommend this product...
After doing some research, I went with this kit because the light is powered directly by the car battery. I read numerous reports of "cordless" battery operated lights not being bright enough or killing their own batteries quickly. Not a problem here - the light works great. It is worth the price of admission for this kit.
I bought the kit to diagnose a coolant leak on my Jaguar, so the coolant dye is the only dye I've tried - take that for what you will. And it's the coolant dye that is the source of my frustration. In the first, the coolant dye that comes with this kit is an orange or yellow color, which happens to be almost the same color as dried up Dexcool. I found several false positives (dried Dexcool) before I learned to tell the subtle difference between that and a fresh leak (the dye). I should have known that dye comes in other colors, and bought a different color to start with. Duh, my bad. Secondly, this dye is SERIOUS BUSINESS. After finding my leaks I flushed the entire cooling system with distilled water TWICE, and there is STILL dye in the system. My coolant reservoir is full of bright green liquid instead of being full of of bright orange Dexcool. I'm annoyed at that, but as it turns out you can buy dye specifically designed for long-life coolants that will not discolor the coolant. I should have bought that before using the dye that comes in the kit. Duh, my bad again.
Finally, the kit comes with a small spray bottle of cleaner. You're going to need this to remove dye that ends up all over your engine. The small bottle is not enough to clean up even 50% of the mess the dye will make with a good sized leak. I would strongly recommend getting a full-size bottle of dye cleaner before starting down this road. If you are diagnosing a smaller leak, or maybe a different type of leak (AC, etc.) maybe it won't be a problem, but I'd just have that bigger bottle on hand, just in case. :)