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For today’s episode, we have some customer states photos and videos from all around the web and sent in by subscribers! If you have any questions about any of the photos or videos, feel free to ask in the comments. Also, check out the bottom of this description for more information about each photo & clip.
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Each photo & video described.
These videos are meant to be educational but also funny, so if you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask!
0:05 This was on an Audi (didn’t mention the model). The customer said they had no clue how this could happen. The technician mentioned it was the first time this Audi came to his dealership so maybe it was done by another shop, dealership, or by the customer. The washer line got reconnected properly and a new battery was installed.
0:18 The customer paid to get a new engine installed. The technician also mentioned that the customer apparently kept adding oil to their engine but it still wouldn’t start so that’s why it was towed to his shop.
0:32 Leak in the brake line. The technician was okay and had it mostly sprayed onto his phone and a bit into his mouth. However, I thought the laugh in the clip was hilarious and had to share it.
0:41 That is a block of ice underneath the oil pan. As mentioned the customer thinks it was one of their employees who did this. The technician hasn’t mentioned yet what the customer is going to do about this.
0:51 Since this vehicle had aftermarket coil overs installed they require a sleeve on the end to properly fit in the spindle. The customer never installed the sleeves onto the coil overs, so that’s why they slid out of the spindles when the vehicle was lifted.
1:02 The technician was trying to remove the axle nut but the end of the cv axle came off, half of the bearing and half of the brake rotor. An unusual issue!
1:14 Fuel lines were damaged as well.
1:21 A great idea for a hood release!
1:31 Always best to drop the fuel tank to change your fuel pump if there isn’t an access hole to do so. The customer is lucky they didn’t have their vehicle go up in flames when they were cutting an access hole.
1:39 The customer’s father had completely covered the EVAP canister with spray foam. Could possibly work but you’d be better off replacing the EVAP Canister.
1:50 Haven’t got an update on what the customer wants to do yet in regards to this. Hopefully, their brother wasn’t actually charging them to change their oil and not doing it!
2:04 The shop installed a new bulb as requested.
2:13 The customer did not get their tire repaired and had to sign a waiver before leaving.
2:20 Left – bushing wasn’t installed underneath the top washer.
Right – they didn’t install the bushing properly on top of the sway bar link and double-stacked it instead.
2:26 The customer kept driving on a bad wheel bearing for quite a while which damaged the spindle, backing plate, and cv axle.
2:34 No extra info.
2:44 “I had to unbolt the glass from the track to get that picture and clean it out.”
2:54 “Followed this car driving through Johns Creek, GA, and was behind him for about four miles. His car looked like it had been totaled and eventually, the tires fell off so his wheels were dragging which led to the fire in the video. He eventually pulled over in Roswell, GA on Holcomb Bridge Road and got out of the car safely which is when the fire truck pulled up to extinguish.”
3:07 Outro. Thanks for watching!