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Old 05-01-2011, 10:46 AM
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Fumoto Drain Valve

These look like a must have for us who like to do our own oil changes. Anyone have any idea what model fits the EcoBoost? On their site they have the 2011 5.0 But that is all they show for 2011.
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Old 05-02-2011, 01:36 AM
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I think it is F107 if I remember right. I have one. Had the dealer do the first oil change due to the tight oil filter and had them put it on for me. Had them in the past and no problems.
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I cant find a listing for the EB, the 5.0 calls for the f107 are they the same?
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I cant find a listing for the EB, the 5.0 calls for the f107 are they the same?
I emailed them or called them when I was ready to buy mine and they told me that the F107N is the one that fits the Ecoboost.
Had to look at the receipt to double check but that is it.
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Just curious - did you need an adapter or did it intall directly to the pan?
One site seems to say yes, another says no.
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No adapter needed
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Old 09-28-2011, 11:42 AM
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No adapter needed
Really appreciate it! I've been digging around for that all morning.
Saved me $9 too
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No problem. Definitely worth getting if you do your oil changes yourself
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Thank you for posting this!! You just made my life so much easier!
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