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Doing This Will Save You Thousands in Engine Repairs, DIY life hack and car repair with Scotty Kilmer. Car life hacks. How to save thousands of dollars by not having to go to an auto mechanic for car engine repairs. How to fix cars. Expensive car engine repairs. Car hacks that will save you thousands in car engine repairs. 5 minute life hacks to make your engine run as long as possible. Make your car engine last forever. Car engine maintenance tips. Car advice. DIY car repair with Scotty Kilmer, an auto mechanic for the last 51 years.

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  1. J Kl

    you have a solar panel on your dash, which one is it?

  2. Mau M

    4:30 but what with the Rev up your engines !!! ? Now I don't know what to do, that's not cool !

  3. derick rodgers

    Hey Scotty I own a 2004 ford f-150 XLT and the rotor wobbles with the wheel attached to the rotor but the rotor is somehow not mounted on the spindle/axle on the front right of the steering wheel. I tried to take the wheel off and didn't realize it was broken off until i jacked my truck up and tried to turn the lug nut, but the nut that holds the bearing, and the rotor is still in there, and that's why I didn't realize it was broke until after I tried to loosen the lug nuts. I was trying to change the brake caliper, and brake pads cause the pistons in my caliper broke and my truck made a grinding sound for a little while on the right steering wheel side. I ignored it thinking it was a brake grinding the rotor but I think there was more to it than I realized at the moment. I stripped a few lug nuts how can I fix it the problem the most fluent way possible. Do you think it was a bearing problem and could the brake going out cause it to happen.

  4. 1pcmedic

    TIRES- Don't forget to use winter air in the winter and change to summer air in the summer…..

  5. j s

    He sounds like the Billy Mays of car mechanics.

  6. philip williams

    Omg. Just do the work, you talk to much

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