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This is a discussion on Useful fluid extractors for your car within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hey gang, After searching for a brake bleeding kit...I happened upon this place. Worth it. I have the fluid extractor ...

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    Hey gang,

    After searching for a brake bleeding kit...I happened upon this place. Worth it.

    I have the fluid extractor for oil that I got from Griot's (charged me more for the same product!!).

    Here's the real deal.

    http://tooldesk.com/cgi-bin/webplus....ml&key=mityvac

    It's worth it. I will be getting the brake bleeding kit for myself.

    -LostLamb
    Uh guys? After I read this post I went out to take a look at my WRX. There seems to be some bird poop on the drivers side A-pillar and almost all of the windshield washer fluid is gone. Should I trade it in for a Ford ZX2 or just light in on fire?

    God I miss my rex. -Koyokid

    Rest in peace Koyokid.

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    Ive used a similar product to bleed the clutch master cyl. Its very useful indeed. Well worth the money.

    Good find.


    Joe
    "Damn.... this car is wicked fast..." ~ My roomate, owner of a supercharged/intercooled 97 Trans AM
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