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News   August 23, 2017   by Adam Malik

Oil drain valve uses lever

A new oil drain valve has been introduced that uses a lever to open up, rather than having technicians look for a tool when they need to complete an oil change.

A lift and a quarter turn of the lever of the nickel-plated brass EZ Oil Drain Valve is all that is needed to open and drain oil. When done, technicians return the lever to its original position to close.

An optional screw on the hose end is sold separately to drain oil to a remote receptacle.

The valve is available for all engines with 30 different sizes to fit cars, pickups, vans, motorhomes, heavy-duty trucks and more.

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