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6.5L Manual Vacuum Oil And Fluid Extractor-Worth Using During The Winter For Part Of A Quick Oil Service ?

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grahammlong | 01:25 Tue 09th Jan 2018 | Motoring
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Dear good AB'ers - Is it worth using this : Sealey 6.5L Manual Vacuum Oil and Fluid Extractor , https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sealey-Manual-Vacuum-Fluid-Extractor/dp/B000RA16CO during the winter for part of a quick oil service ? Will change oil filter as well , and other filters. For families, relatives cars. Can remove underside engine panel during the summer for service - just a cold hassle in the winter ? What do you think ? thanks good AB'ers GL

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"worth using"....? Well, they do the job and are a lot more convenient than scrabbling under the vehicle. Pretty pricey...but the more times you use it, the better value it becomes. If you're sure that you'll use it a number of times over several years....then go for it.
I have a friend who used to have a Smart car and that was the only way to drain the oil ie, no drain plug.

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