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    Quote Originally Posted by rtcosic View Post
    I have one.

    I scoured eBay as the same one is available from many sellers at widely differing prices.

    Once you have one you will find yourself using it for all sorts of tasks you never envisaged.

    gearbox oil change
    diff oil change
    power steering oil change
    empty brake master cylinder before refilling with clean fluid
    empty radiator before changing hose

    empty toilet cistern before changing float valve
    empty waste disposal before removing it to unblock
    empty drain gulley before digging out this autumn's leaf collection


    and probably a few more I have forgotten.
    And then a full flush with one of these :

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/Enema-Kit-C...-2L/1404314022
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    FC, I bought a Silverline spherical one which holds the extracted oil too.

    It worked really well.

    So in my opinion try to find one like that. I can't remember where I got it, could be ebay.

    It's a doddle.

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    How do these pumps deal with the sludge and metallic particals that find their way to the bottom of the sump?
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    Well you could always drain the oil by the sump plug now and then.
    If you put 6.5 litres in that's what comes back out.
    Anyway, if you take your car to Jaguar they will use this method.
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    Not my Dealer ( Stratstone Nottingham) as the service manager does not approve of this method of sucking oil up the dip tube as it does not do the job properly!
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    I have one, but I wouldn't buy one of the 'bay. No recourse if it leaks...

    I have used mine to remove petrol from my tank on the S type when I took the pump apart, and to do the oil changes on my S type and Mini 1.

    Ideally don't go above 6 litres, if you are decanting it to a 5 litre oil can, you run a risk of dropping oil everywhere. My one is branded, and it might be one of the most uselfull toys I've bought myself this year.

    And as for making sure you get all of it, if you jack the car up so that the dip stick tube is the lowest point, easy enough on an XJ... Then you will get all the oil out.
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    Care to name the brand/price? I don't have a lot of money as you will well understand, but if a cheap tool is a useless tool..........
    ex - 2002 X-Type 2.5 V6; 1995 XJ Sport 3.2; 1998 Mercedes C180 Elegance; VW Passat 2.0TDI (140); Audi A4 Avant 2.0TDI; Nissan Qashqai 1.5dCi; Current - 2007 XJ 4.2 V8 Sovereign, and occasionally an Electric Wheelchair!

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    Here you go:, £24 squid:

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/4-Litre-O...m/170787172142

    Or £18 from this geezer, the "Woodside" pump:
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Woodside-...m/312185718365

    I know which one I would not buy!

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    My only question there would be, what happens when the thing is full leaving a couple of litres in the sump? I believe the capacity of mine is at least 7 litres, hence looking at the 9 litre fellow?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fat controller View Post
    My only question there would be, what happens when the thing is full leaving a couple of litres in the sump? I believe the capacity of mine is at least 7 litres, hence looking at the 9 litre fellow?
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    Eh?

    Have you been drinking?

    Yeh, guess you have, I have!!

    Do what I do: Release the pressure just before it's full, empty it, reconnect, and pump it up again to suck out the rest!!

    What do you want, a servant??!!

    Heheheh.. Cheers! <Hic!>

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