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Funnel assembly










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #6758308.

A funnel includes a housing that has a perimeter wall for defining an interior space. An attachment assembly is coupled to the housing. The attachment assembly is for stabilizing the housing to a support surface of a vehicle. The housing includes a receiving portion for securely receiving a container of lubricant. The housing includes a directing portion that is in fluid communication with the receiving portion for facilitating the flow of lubricant from the receiving portion to the directing portion into an engine of a vehicle. The housing includes a handle portion that is coupled to the receiving portion for facilitating gripping of the housing by the hand of a user. A light assembly is positioned proximate the handle portion of the housing. The light assembly is for providing light to a distal end of the housing allowing the user to easily position the funnel assembly in low light conditions.








 
 
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