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Fram Sure-Drain

Fram Sure-Drain

[2/9/2008] Reviewed by: www.johnjasonchun.com - repo4sale@gmail.com

Applicable to: '90 - '97 '99-'05 '06+ 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

An oil draining attachment that has the valve attached in the oil drain opening in the pan, and a separate, detachable hose assembly for draining the used oil.

Installation was very easy. The assembly comes with a new copper washer, and Fram recommends that you install the drain valve with a torque wrench, they give you the figure to use for the installation. After draining the oil, the installation only took about a minute. When I drained the oil, I removed the dust cap using a rag to protect my fingers from the hot brass of the dust cap. With my drain pan positioned under the car, I then threaded the drain hose assembly on to the drain valve. Oil does not start to flow until you bottom out the drain hose assembly, and length of hose and allows you to aim the oil stream where you want to go. The oil does not drain rapidly, so the danger of splash is minimized, and the hose gives you the option of aiming the oil anywhere you want it to go. Once the oil has drained, it is simply a matter of unscrewing the drain hose and putting the dust cap back in place on the drain valve. I'm pleased with the drain assembly, and will continue to use it on both cars. Under 5 minutes to remove

I should have used this from the start of ownership! 100k miles of service at 3k x $50/change for syn.oil+filter - $20 if done my self = $30 savings x 30 changes = $900 to wal mart. But my engine head looks still new due to syn. oil via. Mobile1 Now I do my own oil changes. 2500 miles oil, then 2500 miles oil+filter!

Under 5 minutes to remove


FRAM Quick Change Oil changing system

[1/16/2003] Reviewed by: David L. Dawson - david_l_dawson@yahoo.com

Applicable to: '90 - '97

Oil pan plug replacement kit, comes with a new drain plug with an internal drain valve in it, a cap for the plug, and an orange plastic drain tube with a valve actuator in the end that you screw onto the plug which then activates the valve letting the oil drain through the tube into a container.

Experience has been excellent.

A way to quickly and cleanly change your oil. Stick the end of the orange tube in a gallon container such as a milk jug, remove the cap from the drain plug, screw the other end of the orange tube with the valve actuator contained in it into the plug and the oil runs neatly into the container. No rags, no oily hands, no nothing. Easiest way to change my oil that I have ever encountered, except paying someone else to do it. The kits run about $12 and they are available to fit almot every vehicle out there. Five cars in the family, the kit has been installed on all of them.

Under 5 minutes to remove


Fram Sure-Drain

[8/19/2002] Reviewed by: Tom Winkle

Applicable to: '90 - '97 '99 + 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

An oil draining attachment that has the valve attached in the oil drain opening in the pan, and a separate, detachable hose assembly for draining the used oil.

Installation was very easy. The assembly comes with a new copper washer, and Fram recommends that you install the drain valve with a torque wrench, they give you the figure to use for the installation. After draining the oil, the installation only took about a minute. When I drained the oil, I removed the dust cap using a rag to protect my fingers from the hot brass of the dust cap. With my drain pan positioned under the car, I then threaded the drain hose assembly on to the drain valve. Oil does not start to flow until you bottom out the drain hose assembly, and length of hose and allows you to aim the oil stream where you want to go. The oil does not drain rapidly, so the danger of splash is minimized, and the hose gives you the option of aiming the oil anywhere you want it to go. Once the oil has drained, it is simply a matter of unscrewing the drain hose and putting the dust cap back in place on the drain valve.

I'm pleased with the drain assembly, and will continue to use it on both cars.

Under 5 minutes to remove


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