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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 Keeping the hubs in the lock position will spin the front axles, differential and front driveshaft, but will not engage the transfer case. Driving like this usually causes the front driveshaft to fail/lock up as it’s over-spinning. In this case, it damaged the transfer case, transmission, front driveshaft, and wiring harness.
0:23 Painting somehow got stuck underneath this customer’s vehicle and was rubbing against the front driveshaft. This is a good reason to be cautious about driving over anything on the roads. If the painting didn’t rub through the driveshaft then it should hopefully be okay and not need to be replaced.
0:33 Mounts for the rear subframe were rotted/rusted out so the customer tried to weld new mounts in place. The mounts looked to have been barely welded together so that’s why they broke. The technician did not mention what vehicle this is on.
0:45 The six cab bolts that hold the cab down to the frame were completely missing. This could cause the cab to fall off the frame at any time. The technician never heard back or saw the truck against once they told him its unsafe to drive.
1:01 The customer tried to fix the exhaust leak with RTV Silicone. The technician removed it and just used a welded to fix it correctly.
1:08 No issues found.
1:13 The passenger side brake caliper seized, which caused the brakes to be metal to metal. That’s why the brake rotors look very worn on the passenger side. The technician is unsure why the customer installed new brake pads and a caliper but never installed new brake rotors. New brake rotors and brake pads had to be installed once again.
1:26 Had engine oil in coolant, ran rough, brakes didn’t work, etc.. It had a long list of issues but as mentioned the Ford dealership declined to do any warranty work on it (still had a powertrain warranty on it).
1:43 2018 Lincoln Navigator (filmed in 2018). The frame had to be replaced.
1:51 Bell was in the way of the clutch lever on this customer’s motorcycle. It was removed and it fixed their concern.
2:02 “They put way too much in the exhaust and when they couldn’t get it started and continued kicking the bike it sucked it all down the intake and cylinder.” The mechanic said he doesn’t remember the make/model of the dirt bike.
2:11 The customer had to pay out of pocket for a new engine.
All 4 connecting rods were bent.
2:28 Another customer fell for the scam fuel-saver device. This does nothing and does not work!
2:34 No extra info.
2:42 Customer declined repairs for a new subframe and transmission cross member.
2:56 No extra info.
3:04 “…and sometimes a beam of light from the equinox sunset magically shows up to help you locate an exhaust leak…”
3:14 Outro. Thanks for watching!