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I was all ramped up to say "Ford? GM's been doing that since the 90's the problem is the fools left it to short and the oil still hits the frame."
Then I saw where the oil actually comes down. Ha! Even better.
I would still take this every day over any VW-group car where removing the filter means that the whole front subchassis is full of oil and it drains for days.
A good engineer wouldn't put the oil filter over the cross member in the first place. Just sayin' 🤣
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You are missing the point of the old system.. when everything gets coated in oil you are protecting the underside of the vehicle against corrosion..
The KoneHeads always swear they are superior. GE aerospace engineers can eat my shorts, they are the actual worst.
More than likely there is a service writer in multiple locations that are telling the customer is not an oil leak after dripped all over their concrete driveway.
YES, it does have a front and back. Lol
The fact that I knew exactly what was going to happen… Not sure if that's a good or bad thing. I do to many oil changes lol. That was hilarious though
FORD BLOWS !!!!!!!!!
I too was tricked on my 2014 the first time i changed oil
You thought the battle was over. HA!! As you see they are now trying to crush your moral because you just won’t give up fixing their crap. 🤣 I’m surprised they haven’t made a dipstick serialized with wireless connection that indicates oil level.
Yeh, My Filter Directly Over Starter on Focus.. Also Slant Six Has Fuel Pump Next To Distributor.. Solution : Small Block Chevy N a Dodge Dart *
🤣🤣🤣man i laughed so Hard!! “They got me…they got me…” man i would want to see the look on your face when this happend
😂😂 Amazing! Oh what a great way to start the day!
Could just put filter on top and have no mess, just like lot of other cars.
No video of removing the drain plug and oil hitting the sway bar and splashing all over?
How? How do you screw that up?
of course, if the engineers would have designed an oil filter that mounts vertically in the first place, that problem wouldn't even exist!
Just another day at the office ! Honest dirt washes off ! LOL
Looks can be deceiving
In my head, the story goes like this. New engineer at Ford: "Look boss, I engineered this so there's a little valley for the oil to run down, making oil changes more convenient, and mechanics happier! I"m doing a good job, yeah?!"
Grizzled, Ford engineering boss, who's been in this war for a looooong time: "<sigh> You've got a lot to learn, son. But, we might still have a move here. Keep that little valley right where it is. Now, add a hole right "here", so the oil can unexpectedly follow a different route! Touché! Your move, mechanics!!"
We recebtly bought an expedition and 2 weeks ago I did an oil change on it. I was so impressed with that same thing I had to run inside and bring my wife out to see it!
Engineering team "Hahahahaha, and then, when the mechanic thinks he has it in the right place it spills on the opposite side.. oh shit, I'm crying from laughing… Ok, hit send!! ". April 1 Edition of the Lariat
Cant believe you fell for that…
My old f150 the oil always gets all over that when removing the filter.
That's the biggest troll I've ever seen.
Hahahahahaha i just had this happen the other day! What a design!
hahaha I lol'd and everyone turned to look at me. thanks for the great videos
I work at a Ford dealership so I knew exactly what was going to happen. I'm convinced that Ford engineers were the D students. The ones that barely graduated all went to work at ford
I have an oil spot on my new concrete from the same engineering.
Dude I sat in engineering classes after graduating from an ASE certified automotive and diesel program and listening to my "fellow engineers" talk about how they couldn't figure out how to change oil on their Toyota was painful. Almost as painful as finding out my classmate destroyed his rear brakes this week driving with the parking brake on.
These people are ok at math but almost nothing else. (With the exception of the engineering tech guys… One of them built a new wiring harness for his Benz and the other for his Mustang's backup camera that Ford engineered too damn short… Those types actually know a thing or two..
The rest? Dear God help us…)
For a few years, I worked with a guy who'd spent most of his life as a development engineer for a motor manufacturer. He was all theory, and would anguish over repairs for days before attempting the simplest tasks. Several of us had hands-on experience, but he'd still argue with us, then fail doing stuff his way, eventually admitting that our advice worked. Next time, same again. I would not have let him anywhere near my vehicles.
saw that comin mile away Ive done a hundred just like that on multiple different vehicles ,,,look great ,never works like it should
Lol I have the same truck. I’m honestly shook that they put the little drain pan/pipe there
Keeping the Brake Clean industry alive! “Commencing application of floor lubricant”.. 😂
You Have Taught Me So Much !!
I Have Been Ripped off By So Many Mechanics Before I Started to Watch Your Video's, I Said Wow Honest Mechanic's Really Do Exist…I Thought it Was a Myth !!
Thank You Ray for Your Amazing Video's and Knowledge and Most of All Your Honesty !!
I know I didn't believe you
Did my first oil change on the Ford Edge the other day. Top-mounted canister, just break the canister loose, oil drains straight down into the pan, didn't spill a drop. Then I went underneath to pull the drain plug… plastic oil pan… plastic drain plug… leaking oil before I even touched it. Seriously… plastic oil pan and plug 🙄. Even the dip stick is plastic. Changed the oil on my Lexus the same day, everything is aluminum and steel. Zero mess zero hassle.