|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.8 x 2 x 4.4 inches|
|Item model number||413010|
|Manufacturer Part Number||413010|
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- 6 LED - illuminates fluorescent dyes very brilliantly
- Battery operated - no cords
- Works with all fluorescent dyes
- Anodized Aluminum - rugged construction to withstand the rigors of the shop environment
- 3AA batteries and UV enhancing glasses included
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|Item Dimensions||2 x 7.75 x 4.38 in||2 x 4 x 2 in||0.94 x 5.2 x 1.26 in||9 x 8 x 2.5 in||1 x 6 x 1 in|
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Professional compact fluorescent leak detection light with 6 LEDs. Economical - low cost, every Tech can have one in their toolbox. Compact and lightweight for operator ease. LED design ensures maximum brightness with minimal battery draw for long battery life. This light works with any florescent dye available and make leak source identification an easy find.
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To save money I had tried using a cheap black light bulb but saw nothing. So I bought this inexpensive light which is worth every penny. In the dark with the yellow glasses the leaks appear like trails of glowing orange paint off the rear of my bellhousing. I can even see areas around the oil pan where there is no leak, but enough of the dye wick'd through to show, as well as a trace on the front balancer seal. Neat.
After pulling the flywheel my rear seal and oil pan were fine and dry, I found the leak was coming from the oil gallery plug. The flow was so light I wouldn't have noticed it without this light. I replaced it with a 1/4" NPT and thread sealer and its now tight as a drum.
After placing a 1 ounce bottle of the tracer dye in the oil and driving around the neighborhood for a bit, I took a look with the detection light while wearing the yellow-colored glasses. Initially, the areas fluorescing were difficult to see. After turning out the lights in my shop, however, it was much easier to see and I was able to pinpoint the source of the leak.
Since its initial purchase, I've been able to use this product often to help diagnose oil leaks for a number of other vehicles belonging to friends and family. For better or worse, my home shop has become the go-to place for friends and family looking to diagnose an oil leak before taking it to the shop for this purpose. Of course, the real money-saver for the DIYer is if you're willing to make the repair as well as part of the process.
My only complaint, while minor, is the need to have the vehicle in the dark in order to adequately see there areas where the tracer fluid is fluorescing. There are probably stronger lights out there that would preclude this need, but for the price, it's a small thing to have to turn off the lights for a bit in order to see the leak clearly.
One suggestion is to check the area with the light you believe is leaking with the light before adding/testing with fluorescing product. By engine has several components that fluoresce/light up normally. So I have a difficult time trying to determine what should have glowed because it normally did and what glowed because of fuel leaks. This is NOT a problem with the light, just knowledge and experience using it. (if this explanation is not clear, think of a black light and with shirts)