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The Original Fumoto Engine Oil Valve
Proven - Reliable - Easy
About The Fumoto Engine Oil Drain Valve
Over its 25+ year history, Fumoto's Engine Oil Drain Valve has earned the trust of over 10 million satisfied end users. Car and truck owners, truck fleet operators, and industrial engine manufacturers can testify to the impeccable quality, proven performance, and reliability of the Fumoto valve. To learn more about what makes the Fumoto valve such a unique product, click here.
Fumoto offers Engine Oil Drain Valves for virtually any vehicle engine. Use the search function to the left or refer to our our Size Chart to find the right valve for your vehicle.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Want to learn more? Visit our FAQ page to learn more about Fumoto Oil Drain Valves. Find out why installing a Fumoto valve leads to the easiest and cleanest oil changes you’ve ever experienced.
About Fumoto Engineering of America, Inc.
Fumoto Engineering of America, Inc. is the primary importer and distributor of Fumoto Oil Drain Valves in the United States. After 20+ years located in Redmond, Washington. where we successfully launched and expanded the Fumoto brand, we relocated in the fall of 2013 and now conduct operations out of our office and warehouse in Santa Rosa, California.
Our mission is to expand the use and reputation of the Fumoto Engine Oil Valve and deliver an unmatched level of customer support and service.
Feel free to give us a call anytime…we always enjoy hearing from our customers!
Oil changes can be easy as turning a lever - A one-time replacement with Fumoto valve eliminates all inconveniences associated with conventional drain plugs. Our test of the valve proved to be a total success. this product should make oil change faster and easier, eliminating much of the oil-change procrastination that serves only to shorten engine life.
We use them on everything with an engine, even our forklifts, and we have for ten years now...I'm not aware of any failures, that's just not been an issue.