|Item Weight||2.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.3 x 3.6 x 8.3 inches|
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|Item model number||X6053|
|Manufacturer Part Number||4337|
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Good Quality Oil / Fluid / Diesel Transfer Pump Extractor A Great Way To Extract Oil Or Fluid From Your Vehicle Without Mess & Specialised Tools Extract The Oil From Your Car, Motorcyle, Scooter, Quad Bike, Truck, Boat, Forklift, Generator, Tractor, Ride On Mower etc Siphon & Transfer Diesel To Cars, Trucks, Ships, Boats, Tractors, Farm Machinery, Plant Equipment etc
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TIP: Forget the claim about the pump being self-priming. You should NEVER run a pump like this dry. If you do this, long life goes out the window. Get yourself a squirt can and inject some oil (just a few drops helps) directly into the inlet before attaching the hose. In fact, inject some oil into the inlet hose itself the same way. Push the hose into the engine and then turn it on. It will prime immediately. It will also work next year.
I have a 2006 Malibu VLX with a Monsoon 340 Engine. There are 2 ways to drain the oil that I know of. 1 using an oil extractor, electric or hand pump style sticking a small tube through your dip stick and letting the oil drain into a bucket. The other by taking the hose that is connected to the bottom of the oil pan and running it through the hull, unscrew the cap and wait over night and your oil should be drained. I don't care for running the smaller tube through the dip stick as I feel there is still some oil left. I'm not patient enough for option 2.
I took this pump and added my own tubing that I connected to the hose via a series of adapters and it works wonderfully! Couldn't be happier, this has saved me a lot of time and money from taking the boat to the stealership. Be sure to warm up the boat, if its in your driveway like mine I used a Moeller Flushrite Boat Motor Flusher which gets the job done.
The main advantage with an extractor like this one, is there’s no mess. You don’t need a pan, and you don’t need to worry about spillage.
thinking this could have been a one off fluke, I purchased the same unit again several weeks later. not surprisingly, the exact same thing happened. I use the pump wants, put it away for a couple days, and when I turned it on the second time it locked up.
Not wanting to deal with the second return process, I disassembled the pop to figure out what the problem was. Turns out that inside the pump housing there are three screws that hold the plate that seals the actual pump together. The screws come from the factory tightened all the way down, which causes undue resistance on the pump mechanism. I removed this plate and sprayed some lubricant inside the pump, and when I reinstalled the plate the pump was free and worked again. unfortunately, I was forced to choose between torquing the screws all the way down, which would cause the pump the bind up, or slightly loosening the screws which allowed the pump to spin freely but also allowed slight leakage. this wouldn't be a major issue, aside from the fact that this is an electrical pump, except that it is allegedly capable of fuel transfer – in which case I would not want it leaking a drop.
In summary, a 12 V fuel transfer pump such as this is highly convenient. However I highly recommend you spend a little bit more money and buy a higher quality unit. This one is trash.
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Understandably for the price I wasn't expecting a rugged well made product but would expect it to work more than one time.Read more