[DML] Re: Oil extractor
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[DML] Re: Oil extractor

Oil extractors / suction method is the only way to remove the oil in some Marine engines. Been doing it this way on my boat (since there is absolutely no way to get a drain pan under the engine) - just get it nice and warm, hook it up and pump away. I wouldn't use it if I had the option to use the drain plug, IMHO I don't think it as effective as the drain plug method....-----Dani B. 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "gerenpreiss" <gerenpreiss@...> wrote:
> I have been using an oil extractor for last couple of years. I only use every other oil change. I believe that the extractor can not remove the small amount of sludge residue on bottom of the oil pan. Otherwise it works well as long as the oil is warm (not too hot). It comes with 2 or 3 thin tubing that fits in you cars dipstick tube.
> I understand that Mercedes service center use the oil extractors all the time.
> 5971  Gus, Columbus OH


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