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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 2017 Ford Focus. The technician took a pressure washer to everything, removed the calipers to clean off the spider eggs, test drove and it fixed the issue. He said this was the first he’s seen and it felt like spiders were crawling on him the whole time he was working on the car.
0:21 The technician asked the customer why he didn’t take it back to the shop he apparently just had work done and thinks it was actually the customer who screwed up the threads for the outer tie rod-end.
0:33 Wheel bearing was loose/needed to be replaced. Then technician re-installed a new outer tie-rod end nut, ball joint nut, and new bolt for the caliper bracket.
0:47 The technician said he was just surprised that the customer actually made it to the shop. DO NOT ever do this, this tire needs to be replaced and that’s the only fix.
0:58 The customer did not properly route the serpentine belt and it was not on the alternator and that’s why the battery light turned on as the alternator wasn’t spinning and charging the battery. In the clip, you see that the customer did not properly install the serpentine belt around the pulleys and somehow put it around the oil filter instead. A new belt and alternator were installed.
1:24 The customer is lucky they made it to the shop. New outer and inner tie rods were installed + alignment. The customer said he hit a curb and that’s why they were broken.
1:33 Wires going to fuel injectors were just twisted together. The technician fixed all of the wiring and soldered the wires correctly and that fixed the customer’s concern.
1:45 Customer did not say who welded the wheel and declined to get a new wheel installed.
1:58 Loose spare tire underneath truck bouncing back and forth.
2:12 Loose wheel bearing, tires, and a water pump the vehicle needed. Unfortunately, it drove away.
2:21 Steering knuckle/spindle and ball joints were replaced, then the vehicle got an alignment done. The technician thinks the cracked steering knuckle was caused by the customer driving around with the broken lower ball joint.
2:29 Vehicle was pushed out of the shop and then refused service.
2:38 Shop refused to help the customer with this and also mentioned to the customer they don’t deal with wheel modifications and to take it to a professional if they want it done.
2:46 The technician noticed this “rust fix” when working on a customer’s F-150.
2:55 “Driving down highway 80 in Morris County, New Jersey. I saw two cars transporting their Christmas Trees. I captured the very large tree without a net as it overtook the car.”
3:07 Outro. Thanks for watching!