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Porsche 911 996 997 Boxster Cayman Pan Cayenne Mercedes BMW Oil Filter Wrench

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76mm 14 Flute Oil Filter Wrench for Porsche, Mercedes, BMW, VW, Audi

This economy steel oil filter wrench works with most Porsches, many Mercedes, BMWs, Audis, and VWs with the removable element and 76mm 14 flute filter housing. We also sell a higher quality German manufactured die cast wrench recommended and sold by Porsche, but they tend to be heavily backordered due to demand. Check out our store for that wrench, and other items. This steel wrench will do the job well, but typicallyit will wear out after several uses. We ship same day whenever possible.

This wrench will fit Porsche 1997-2012 996 997 Boxster/S, 2006-2012 997 Cayman/S, 1998-2012 911 996 997 Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Turbo, 955 957 958 Cayenne, 970 Panamera, and alternative to Porsche P/N 000 721 920 40. We recommendhowever, that you measure youroil filter housing to be sure before purchasing.

This wrenchalso fits most 1984 and newer gasoline powered Mercedes-Benz, an alternative to Mercedes P/N 103 589 02 09 00, 1996 and newer BMW with the M44 engine, also many VW and Audi models from mid 1990s to current.

This wrench fits plastic housing based oil filters with the removable element on so manyGerman made cars, that we haven'tbeen able to compile anywhere near a complete list.We highly recommend that you measure the outside of your oil filter housing with an accurate ruler or caliper to be sure it's correct before you buy. The housing should measure 76mm (3 inches in diameter), and have 14 flats (flutes) around the perimeter. The wrench works with standard 3/8 square drive tools.It iswise to use this oil filter wrench with a torque wrench to drive it when reinstalling the oil filter housing. Porsche recommendsa torque wrench setting of 19 foot pounds (25Nm).

Here is a video tutorial on changing the oil and filter in a Porsche: Service, Shipping and handling, ReturnsYour business and satisfaction are very important to us. We accept PayPal payments either from your personal PayPal account, or using your personal credit card through PayPal. We will ship quickly anywhere in the world, wherever it's allowed, and we will combine shipments. Shipping to most destinations is via USPS, FedEx, or UPS. International buyers- You can use the online calculator for shipping and handling charges, but if you let us calculate shipping and handling charges for you, sometimes we can save you money. We are not responsible for duty taxes or delays in customs. For fastest shipping, pay immediately, and choose Priority Mail. We generally will the ship same day if we receive your payment by 10am U.S. Central Time, and we will combine shipments if you let us know before you pay. Other shipping methods are available. We reserve the right not to ship to potential buyers with low or negative response ratings, if there is a significant delay in payment, or if we believe there could be fraud involved. Feel free to contact us first with any questions or problems. Retruns require prior authorization from us in writing. If the item is returned to us unused, as received within 14 days after purchase, the buyer pays the return shipping, and the purchase amount will be refunded, lessoriginal shipping cost.

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We have taken great care to ensure that the products and solutions we provide are of the highest quality. It is ultimately the repairers, technician, mechanic, or handyman's responsibility to ensure that the work, repair or maintenance complies with national and local safety regulations. Because many variables exist regarding the quality and use of tools and materials and because no control can be exercised over the repairer, mechanic or handyman's abilities in repairing and maintaining any motor vehicle, we take no responsibility for any losses, damage or injuries that may occur.


Since we cannot control or be assured that proper supervision and safety equipment will be provided and used when undertaking a repair or maintenance project, no expressed or implied responsibility or liability is assumed regarding any persons' safety during or after undertaking any repair or maintenance projects using any of our products or solutions. We encourage the potential buyer to ensure that the part being sold is compatible with their vehicle before buying.


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