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Cars are getting more complicated every day, and with that complexity comes more difficulty when it comes to repairs. How much longer will you be able to work on your car? Join Nolan as he explores the history of auto mechanics and DIY car repair.

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WheelHouse answers all the questions about the automotive world you never thought to ask. Nolan Sykes looks at the history, sociology and psychology behind the cars you love, and the features you might overlook.

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  1. pantera tanker

    They are a little bit more efficient but not to much. Its just they can put a finer mist of gas in the.chamber

  2. Bradknightable

    Buy an old car. One it's cheaper. Two they are more reliable, most of the time. 3 you can actually fix them yourself. 4 less things to go wrong. Modern cars have so many add ons and unnecessary features it's just more shit to break.

  3. Granta palooza

    I am obsessed with 90's cars, maybe because it's what I grew up on and drive, but I love seeing everything. I drive a Miata but I'm a big favor of 90's civics, where some would just get 50mpg for being light weight. I wish they could just keep things simple

  4. Peekofwar

    What if I donut go to your sponsor? lol

  5. AuroraBlasts

    awesome video and I wish all mechanics were like Abe

  6. Sean 270wn

    my check engine light isn't on… because it's broken too

  7. James Sawley

    Remember tv repair services? Anyone getting deja-vu?

  8. Aricstylegaming

    I figured out how to keep the check engine light from coming on, I cut the wiring that triggered the light

  9. MasterDreamscene

    '87 Merc W124 – No OBD-1, No OBD-2. Gotta find the Problems the hard way 😀

  10. MrDashboardinq

    Most people go to the dealership until their warranty is up then they will go independent or fix it themselves.

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