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evanlaczi

Oil hose ripped. How do I get it off?

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evanlaczi

The oil hose ripped off on my response lx oil change. How do I get it off? And what do I replace it with?

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toddthelineman

You could cut it where it ripped, get a barbed male/male brass fitting, and hose clamp the hose back together. Cheap and easy.

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oldjeep

Reach under with a wrench and remove either the banjo bolt or unthread the 90 degree fitting from the pan depending on what style it is. I added a drain line to an lxi last year, not a ton of space under there, but enough.

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Bill_AirJunky

This explains why it takes all night to drain. :wine:

So true. It's a LOT faster to pump it out at the same time.

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davemac

The oil hose ripped off on my response lx oil change. How do I get it off? And what do I replace it with?

Just curious....how and where did it "rip"?

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MadMan

Well I guess you could feel fortunate that this didn't happen out on the lake, engine running.

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evanlaczi

Hose was old and ripped. Got it off what a pain. Mirrors and lots of frustration

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