This tool quickly removes various types of plastic fasteners that hold on weather stripping, radiator shrouds, fender linings, air dams and other plastic or rubber parts. The tool is equipped with a sliding urethane button for use when extra leverage is necessary.
Lisle oil and fuel filter socket removes and installs filters on 6 liter Ford diesel pickups. The low profile socket fits both the 35mm and 36mm fuel and oil filters.
Lisle black plastic 4.5-gallon drain pan is an easy way to transfer liquids. The high-density polyethylene material is resistant to chemicals and solvents, and is easy to clean. The anti-splash lip and battles help prevent spilling when carrying or pouring.
Removes all oil filters from 2-1/2 inch to 3-1/8 inch in diameter. This extra large range enables this wrench to fit most of all import car filters plus the common 3 inch domestic car filters. Steel jaws grip filter without slipping. Works in tight spots from the front of the filter using 3/8 inch drive.
This tool set removes broken spark plugs from 2004 and newer Triton 3 valve per cylinder engines. The set includes a unique porcelain pusher tool and a tapered left-hand thread remover for removing the broken spark plug without leaving the porcelain in the engine cylinder. Porcelain pusher is used to press the porcelain piece, without breaking the porcelain, farther into the plug tip. This ...
Quickly diagnose problems with all ignition systems. Connect the tool between the spark plug and the plug wire. The tool is double-ended to offer a straight boot and a 90 boot on one tool. With the engine running, the tool flashes a mirror image of ignition spark.
Lisle oil filter wrench removes and installs oil filters on 2.2 liter GM Ecotec engines. The 1.25" low profile socket is specially designed for operating clearance.
Lisle disc brake pad spreader is used for installing pads on domestic and import cars and trucks. The spreader makes changing pads an easy job. The tool compresses disc brake piston for easy pad installation.
Removes cam shaft and crank shaft seals without damage to the shaft. Engage the adjustable hook behind the seal. Brace the push rod against the engine head and push the handle to remove the seal. Removes the seal without damage to the shaft.
Engage the tube (line) with the black jaw. This sharpened jaw actually 'digs' into the tube to grip it. Squeeze and the hose is easily pushed off by the silver jaw.