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Old 04-22-2012, 02:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Fumoto valve for 6.0 block drain?

Can anyone please tell me which Fumoto valve is used to replace the 6.0 coolant block plug?

I know the oil drain for the 6.0 is the F-111 valve, but I want to get one for the drivers side block drain as well.

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Found it. Apparently it's the F-108N for the block drains.
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In the cooling flush write up he says to use an o-ring in place of the gasket. Does anyone know what o-ring to use?
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5/8" id x 3/32" or 1/8".3/32" or 1/8" is the diameter of the rubber axial cross section
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5/8" id x 3/32" or 1/8".3/32" or 1/8" is the diameter of the rubber axial cross section
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Looking to do this mod when I perform my next coolant flush, is it just the one valve or is there a spot for a second one?
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Looking to do this mod when I perform my next coolant flush, is it just the one valve or is there a spot for a second one?
There are 2 drains but most do just the 1. Check 22 shows both drains.
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I'm a little confused on these. What model should be installed in the engine block for draining?

What model should be installed in the Radiator?

What model is for the oil drain?

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I'm a little confused on these. What model should be installed in the engine block for draining?

What model should be installed in the Radiator?

What model is for the oil drain?

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Oil drain Fumoto Engine Oil Drain Valve F-111 : 14mm-1.25
Block drain Fumoto Engine Oil Drain Valve F108N : 16mm-1.5 / www.OilDrainValve.net
Radiator you don't need one, it has a plastic drain you can turn with a wrench.
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Thanks 2 Stroker, I appreciate it!
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Getting ready to install my block drains finally!, so it looks like the drivers side will be a breeze and the passenger won't be to bad. I don't mind pulling the starter once, but my question is if put the valve in (I got the valve with the nipple) will it have room? Feels like I tight fit, solenoid is pretty close to where the valve will be, it's not going arc out is it? Maybe if I put a 90* elbow to run it parallel to the starter. Has anyone done the passenger side?


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It fits, I added a piece of nylon tubing to the nipple and a clamp so all of the coolant gets routed around the solenoid instead of on the solenoid, it's a snug fit but it wasn't as hard as everyone makes it out to be. I'm rather surprised at all the people in here that care enough to add a valve on one side but not enough to do both, that's like caring enough to do the flush but not enough to finish it. Oh well, all three of my fumoto's are in and as soon as I figure out how to add one to the intercooler to drain the oil out that one will get installed.


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Question

Y use a valve and not just stick with a plug?
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Makes for easier maintenance. And about the only way to cause these to fail is if you bash it off the rock.

Speaking of which, how easy is it to break the valve on the oil pan?
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