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15-Piece OEMTOOLS No-Spill Coolant Funnel Kit EXPIRED

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Amazon has 15-Piece OEMTOOLS No-Spill Coolant Funnel Kit (87009) for $13.85. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders.

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Key Features:
  • Includes 5 Direct Fit Radiator Adapters to Fit Most Passenger Vehicles and Light Trucks
  • Simply Select the Correct Adapter, Attach the Funnel and Fill
  • Includes 45° Angled and 5" Extension Adapters for Accessing Hard-to-Reach Spots
  • Fluid Stopper to Prevent Drips and Spills when Removing from the Filler Neck

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OEMTOOLS 87009 No-Spill Coolant Funnel Kit for $13.85
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Useful for those who like to work on their own cars for after installing a new radiator, thermostat, or checking for trapped air in coolant system.

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Real advantage of this is you overfill and the car will burp all of the trapped air out and suck down coolant.
Second this. As an auto tech I use this when bleeding the cooling system. Not very often do cars have bleeder valves near the hoses or heater core so you would run this vehicle with this full until all air has "burped" out and you no longer see bubbles and have constant heat in your car.
This is the exact case where I work, I'm a body tech and like cool tools so I bought a vacuum bleeder and found it works okay but has also given me trouble. I talked to the guys in the mechanical department and all 5 mechanics use the funnel, none of them use a vacuum tool.

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Thank you for posting this.
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hmm, more reviews of leaks than Lisle brand.
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getting one few bucks cheaper
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getting one few bucks cheaper
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How often do you guys need this?
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How often do you guys need this?
Prolly 1x per 1-2 yrs per car
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What is the advantage of using this? If I spill a little coolant I just hose it off.
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What is the advantage of using this? If I spill a little coolant I just hose it off.
Real advantage of this is you overfill and the car will burp all of the trapped air out and suck down coolant.
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Some SEO wizard named this company lmao.
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Real advantage of this is you overfill and the car will burp all of the trapped air out and suck down coolant.
Interesting...in my car, there are several "burp holes" along high points in the system that have to be opened progressively (using 3' ratchet extensions) during the refill process, culminating in having to burp the heater core at the highest point. It's a huge PITA regardless of how you fill it.

Typical German simplicity /s
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This is usually used after a cooling system repair but some vehicles don't need this if coolant bleeder valves are present. In for three for my shop, thanks OP!
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Quote from thi :
Real advantage of this is you overfill and the car will burp all of the trapped air out and suck down coolant.
Second this. As an auto tech I use this when bleeding the cooling system. Not very often do cars have bleeder valves near the hoses or heater core so you would run this vehicle with this full until all air has "burped" out and you no longer see bubbles and have constant heat in your car.
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How often do you guys need this?
Asked myself the same question 3 yrs ago and I have ended up using mine over 10 times in different cars. definitely one of those tools you end up using more than you think
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