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Re: Oil extractor pumps
« Reply #15 on: 08 May 2019, 21:25:52 »

I wouldn't use a pump on a car without a dedicated suction tube. Relying on a flexi tube down a dipstick hole is going to end in a half arse job, best case scenario.

As above, my Smart Roadster doesn't havd a sump drain plug so the oil has to be sucked out. I'd to remove the dump pan so used my Pela first, there was next to no oil left in the pan when removed.

Dump pan?  ???  ::)  ;D

pan you have a dump in  :y

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Re: Oil extractor pumps
« Reply #16 on: 08 May 2019, 21:30:36 »

Not entirely inappropriate for Smart car ;D
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Re: Oil extractor pumps
« Reply #17 on: 08 May 2019, 22:17:37 »

Not entirely inappropriate for Smart car ;D
Too big. Perhaps a small, pink potty.  ;D
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Re: Oil extractor pumps
« Reply #18 on: 08 May 2019, 23:41:01 »

I wouldn't use a pump on a car without a dedicated suction tube. Relying on a flexi tube down a dipstick hole is going to end in a half arse job, best case scenario.

As above, my Smart Roadster doesn't havd a sump drain plug so the oil has to be sucked out. I'd to remove the dump pan so used my Pela first, there was next to no oil left in the pan when removed.

Dump pan?  ???  ::)  ;D

Bloody auto correct ..... or fat fingers  ::) ::)
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Re: Oil extractor pumps
« Reply #19 on: 08 May 2019, 23:42:03 »

Not entirely inappropriate for Smart car ;D

My Fortwo has a drain .....  :P
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Re: Oil extractor pumps
« Reply #20 on: 08 May 2019, 23:44:03 »

I wouldn't use a pump on a car without a dedicated suction tube. Relying on a flexi tube down a dipstick hole is going to end in a half arse job, best case scenario.

As above, my Smart Roadster doesn't havd a sump drain plug so the oil has to be sucked out. I'd to remove the dump pan so used my Pela first, there was next to no oil left in the pan when removed.

Dump pan?  ???  ::)  ;D

Bloody auto correct ..... or fat fingers  ::) ::)

I wondered if you were getting into Americanizms!  :)
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Re: Oil extractor pumps
« Reply #21 on: 09 May 2019, 08:48:58 »

I wouldn't use a pump on a car without a dedicated suction tube. Relying on a flexi tube down a dipstick hole is going to end in a half arse job, best case scenario.

As above, my Smart Roadster doesn't havd a sump drain plug so the oil has to be sucked out. I'd to remove the dump pan so used my Pela first, there was next to no oil left in the pan when removed.

Dump pan?  ???  ::)  ;D

Bloody auto correct ..... or fat fingers  ::) ::)

I wondered if you were getting into Americanizms!  :)

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Re: Oil extractor pumps
« Reply #22 on: 09 May 2019, 08:53:56 »

I wouldn't use a pump on a car without a dedicated suction tube. Relying on a flexi tube down a dipstick hole is going to end in a half arse job, best case scenario.

As above, my Smart Roadster doesn't havd a sump drain plug so the oil has to be sucked out. I'd to remove the dump pan so used my Pela first, there was next to no oil left in the pan when removed.

Don't let NickW do an oil change on your car - the last thing you'd see would be him disappearing under the car with the power drill so that gravity could do the work.. ;) ;D
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Re: Oil extractor pumps
« Reply #23 on: 09 May 2019, 13:24:12 »

I wouldn't use a pump on a car without a dedicated suction tube. Relying on a flexi tube down a dipstick hole is going to end in a half arse job, best case scenario.

As above, my Smart Roadster doesn't havd a sump drain plug so the oil has to be sucked out. I'd to remove the dump pan so used my Pela first, there was next to no oil left in the pan when removed.

Don't let NickW do an oil change on your car - the last thing you'd see would be him disappearing under the car with the power drill so that gravity could do the work.. ;) ;D


no, some other sucker would have to do it 8)
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Re: Oil extractor pumps
« Reply #24 on: 09 May 2019, 13:31:54 »

I wouldn't use a pump on a car without a dedicated suction tube. Relying on a flexi tube down a dipstick hole is going to end in a half arse job, best case scenario.

As above, my Smart Roadster doesn't havd a sump drain plug so the oil has to be sucked out. I'd to remove the dump pan so used my Pela first, there was next to no oil left in the pan when removed.

Don't let NickW do an oil change on your car - the last thing you'd see would be him disappearing under the car with the power drill so that gravity could do the work.. ;) ;D


no, some other sucker would have to do it 8)
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Re: Oil extractor pumps
« Reply #25 on: 09 May 2019, 13:43:07 »

I wouldn't use a pump on a car without a dedicated suction tube. Relying on a flexi tube down a dipstick hole is going to end in a half arse job, best case scenario.

As above, my Smart Roadster doesn't havd a sump drain plug so the oil has to be sucked out. I'd to remove the dump pan so used my Pela first, there was next to no oil left in the pan when removed.

Don't let NickW do an oil change on your car - the last thing you'd see would be him disappearing under the car with the power drill so that gravity could do the work.. ;) ;D


no, some other sucker would have to do it 8)
;D

So punny it hurts, right? ;D
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Re: Oil extractor pumps
« Reply #26 on: 09 May 2019, 17:48:35 »

I wouldn't use a pump on a car without a dedicated suction tube. Relying on a flexi tube down a dipstick hole is going to end in a half arse job, best case scenario.

As above, my Smart Roadster doesn't havd a sump drain plug so the oil has to be sucked out. I'd to remove the dump pan so used my Pela first, there was next to no oil left in the pan when removed.

Don't let NickW do an oil change on your car - the last thing you'd see would be him disappearing under the car with the power drill so that gravity could do the work.. ;) ;D


no, some other sucker would have to do it 8)
;D

So punny it hurts, right? ;D


A groan is as good much encouragement as a laugh.....
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Re: Oil extractor pumps
« Reply #27 on: 10 May 2019, 08:52:09 »

I wouldn't use a pump on a car without a dedicated suction tube. Relying on a flexi tube down a dipstick hole is going to end in a half arse job, best case scenario.

As above, my Smart Roadster doesn't havd a sump drain plug so the oil has to be sucked out. I'd to remove the dump pan so used my Pela first, there was next to no oil left in the pan when removed.

Don't let NickW do an oil change on your car - the last thing you'd see would be him disappearing under the car with the power drill so that gravity could do the work.. ;) ;D


no, some other sucker would have to do it 8)
;D

So punny it hurts, right? ;D


A groan is as good much encouragement as a laugh.....

Depends what you're doing at the time .. I mean, I never want a woman to laugh wh.. ;D
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Re: Oil extractor pumps
« Reply #28 on: 10 May 2019, 08:53:10 »

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Depends what you're doing at the time .. I mean, I never want a woman to laugh wh.. ;D

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