EWK Pneumatic / Manual 6.5 Liter Oil Changer Vacuum Fluid Extractor Pump Tank Remover More detail

  • Product Code: EB0103
  • Availability: Out Of Stock


Buy One For Two Functions

The pneumatic and manual two-way operated oil extractor is a time and money saver. Pay once and cut down more costs in the long run.

Choose The Wiser Method

Still looking for the right place to do extraction? The oil suction pump relieves you of lifting the car, finding a ramp or crawling on the floor. With its specially designed spout, there will be no oil drops on the floor of your garage. Let's keep it simple and clean!

High Efficiency! The Job Can Be Done Before You Finish Your Beer

Connect the oil evacuator with an air compressor and turn it on. The air operated device will get your job done within 10 minutes. (1.6L/Min)

Best Oil Change Pump For Family

Whatever fluids you need to extract, it's your best partner to fulfill the work. It takes little strength and deals with cars, marines, boats and lawn mowers. ( Manual mode works in no electricity conditions)


  • The Eagle Mouth Designed Spout Makes It Fluent To Pour And Prevents Spilling Out.

Safety Device

  • The Hose And Spout Sealing Securely Ensures A Safe Operation.

Manual Mode

  • Pattern Designed Handle Provides More Stability For Using.

Heat Resistant Tank

  • Made From Polypropylene Which Can Withstand 200°F.

Sealing Cap

  • The Cap Allows You To Transport A Full Unit To Your Local Oil Disposal Center Without Spillage.
  • Get The Exclusive Accessory By Searching " EWK Oil Cap "
  • NOT Included In The Set

Hose Storage

  • Easy Storage! Exclusive Accessory For EWK Fluid Extractors Tubes. Keep The Hoses And Your Garage Clean.
  • Get The Exclusive Accessory By Searching " EWK Storage Hoses "
  • NOT Included In The Set

Extension Tube & Adapter

  • Whatever Capacity Your Oil Tank Is, You Can Suck Up Every Drop Of Fluid In The Bottom Of It By Connecting Two Hoses Together.

Brake Bleeding Hose

  • A Must Have Accessory To Switch Your Extractor To A Brake Bleeder.
  • Get The Exclusive Accessory By Searching " EWK Extractor Hose "
  • NOT Included In The Set


Oil Extractor Tank

  • Air Inlet : 1/4 Inch
  • Working Pressure Range : 40-170 PSI
  • Fluid Temperature Range : 35 ° - 200 ° F
  • Capacity : 6.5 L

B Tube

  • ID : 7.8 MM
  • OD : 9.8 MM
  • Length : 39.3 Inch

C Tube

  • ID : 5.3 MM
  • OD : 6.7 MM
  • Length : 39.3 Inch

D Tube + Wire

  • ID : 4.0 MM
  • OD :  6.0 MM
  • Length : 39.3 Inch


Step1. Keep Your Engine Warm

  • If Your Engine Has Run For A While, Turn It Off To Cool The Oil Down For At Least 15 Min. If The Engine Is Cold, Start It Up And Run It For Couple Minutes.

Step2. Remove Oil Dipstick

  • Remove The Oil Dipstick And Insert The Extractor Hose Into The Dipstick Pipe
  • Until It Reaches The Bottom Of The Oil Pan. (Connect 2 Hoses To Get The Length You Need)

Step3. Extract Oil

  • Choose The Mode (Pneumatic/Manual) You Need And Start Extracting.
  • Move The Tube To Every Corner Of The Oil Pan To Make Sure Every Drop Extracted.

Step4. Finish the Work

  • After extraction, remove the hose and take the old fluid to your local oil disposal center.
  • Get an oil cap to make the transportation safer, search "EWK Oil Cap" to check out.


How To Install The Equipment Before Extraction

  • Connect A Hose Counterclockwisely With The Oil Extractor. To Prevent Danger While Extraction, Please Make Sure They Are Connected Tightly.

How To Pour Out The Oil After Extraction

  • Remove The Hose Clockwisely And Pour Out The Oil Slowly In The Recycling Station. Note That The Fluid Should Not Be Over The Limit Line While Pouring.

Why Is The Extractor Leaking?

  • There Is A Limit Line On Ewk Oil Extractor. If The Fluid Goes Over The Limit Line, It Might Flow Into The Vacuum Chamber And Cause Leaking. Before You Pour Out The Oil, Please Check Our Instructions As Reference.

Why Couldn't The Extractor Stand On The Floor?

  • If The Fluid Extractor Can't Stand On Its Own, One Potential Factor Is That The High Temperature Liquid Deforms The Tank. If You Extract Fluids With Temperature Higher Than 200F, It May Cause Malfunction Of The Product. To Ensure Your Safety And Top Condition Of The Product, We Suggest Cooling Your Engine For 15 Minutes Before Extraction. Cooling Down The Fluid Before Using The Oil Extractor Brings The Best Performance!