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Wish I could also toss in the sound of my 85 VW Golf Diesel to round things out!
Ford's engineering stupidity has no boundaries, a key in the grill to open the hood and absolutely module that's really hard to get to. Another reason not to buy Ford products.
Ray, I'm not sure if you will ever read this but I have a question for you regarding a brake fluid flush. I have a 2015 Chrysler 200 with the 3.6 engine which I bought new. About two years ago I had my car in for it's regular service at the Chrysler dealership and when it was in there they came to see me in the waiting room and suggested they do a brake fluid flush. Now, I've worked around cars pretty well most of my life. My actual trade is doing car upholstery for which I served a full apprenticeship back in the UK so I have a pretty good general knowledge about working around cars. When they suggested a brake flush my first thought was that it was a scam. I refused to let them do it. My question to you is, is a brake fluid flush a new thing related to the modern day cars we drive today or is it a scam? I have been driving since 1962 and never ever heard of this before.
P.S. keep those videos coming as I find them both entertaining and informative.
Looking at all those electrical failure codes, I kept wondering if it was just a blown fuse to the ABS actuator. Of course that would still probably indicate a failed actuator.
Old Fords pickup( and other)had to put a chain and padlock on…people would simply open hood/steal battery…yep
Cut out the whole floorboard…make it a Flintstones car.
Love the diesel engine start ups. How about a 5.9 12 valve?
On Gm units you could fix about half of them by cleaning the ABS unit ground lug & frame connection thoroughly.
Bright shiney metal.
"I left the keys in the grill". That's not a phrase that one get's to say very often! It's so uncommon they even left a pictorial treasure map to it haha
I miss that powerstroke, oh how she whistled. That 04 6.0 was the biggest piece of shit truck I've ever owned but man did it sound nice
There is nothing wrong with them ole dinosaur analog calipers. I usually use them when the battery is dead in the digital ones. 🤣
Steve is a hedge!
I hope that chucklewit was charged for the diagnosis, the jalopy should have immediately been returned to the oil flush cowboys.
Sound problems 🤔
Why show a video if your not gonna do the job.
… and the shark replied "they call me Bruce" .
Oh, nice diesels.. 🥰
This is the way.
73.4% of internet statistics are made up on the spot.
Dang it! When you showed the happy shark, my brain served up, "Doo, do, do-doo-do-do, doo-doo."
Ford conciders "engine theft" an issue. Uses key to unlock hood.
this van is one of Ford's better IDEAS.
I've watched a lot of your videos before stumbling upon this one. This is a jewel and I love it, all audio problems aside.
About the calipers: Take care of your tools, and they'll take care of you. Older tools especially were built to last.
Hahahahhahaha “I left the keys in the grill!”
the drivers seat is grossly dirty….
Instructions are for wimps..
Sometimes the cheapest small car to buy is the dearest to maintain. Mechanics are not magicians. And they got to eat too, so you need to pay them for the work they do.
I used to work at parcel delivery, one time we had a fleet of Transit vans. It was the drivers duty to daily check under the hood (and lights, tires, and a quick check for visual defects). I also couldn't figure out how to open the hood so my supervisor showed me how. A few weeks later the manager walked the loading bay asking all the drivers to show how they checked their vehicles. Half of them couldn't do it. They weren't written up, but all line supervisors were tasked with showing all drivers how to do daily checks properly.
Since ETCG has been off the air for his relocation, you've been my go-to for my "troubleshooting in a trade that I do not operate in" fix.
I appreciate the short and the long videos.
i also appreciate the lack of monotonous steps being included.
"I Left the keys in the grill."
Things you don't hear every day.
I actually like the longer videos. I would be happy to watch a 2 hour video of yours because you actually talk about what you are doing and what your reasoning is for your diagnostic processes. Keep up the great work and don't be afraid to make much longer videos. I think I speak for many of us when I say that we would love to see much longer and more extensive videos.
You're a funny guy and I appreciate that, and I think you are a talented mechanic, but with all due respect, I think you should have a little more respect for your customers cars – for example, don't poke the key into the paint job for laughs (:20). I don't think either Watch Wes Work or Eric O. would do this.
That was baby shark doo doo doo doo doo doo doo.
Love the Ford diesel sound the best.
Or you can save a lot of money and try the module bleeding procedure that they most certainly did not do at the jiffy lube and hope that has some effect. Otherwise just drive it without ABS because it’s not worth fixing. Not at all.
Likes the diesel startups…I don't know why, but I did! Raw, musical power (almost).
WELL THANK YOU FOR CALLING THE STUFFED SHARK STEVE… RAYMOND…!!!! LOLL!!
WELL RAY JUST CANNOT PLEASE EVERYONE, GEEE PEOPLE ARE WEIRD… REASON WHY I DO NOT SAY HUMAN NO MORE FOR YEARS…!
ALSO ON HERE COMMENTS SAID. ABOUT ON TRYING TO DO LIKE YOU BUT BURPS, FARTS AND SWEARS AND COUGHS LIKE A POT SMOKER.. ""South Main Auto Repair"" WATCHED 1 OF HIS VIDS… I WAS SO DISGUSTED BY HIS BODY NOISE… THAT BLAHHH…!!! RATHER WATCH YOUR VIDS AND WHO CARES IF IT'S NOT A LONG VID.. GEEE…!!!!
Ford's better idea is, go for a walk. Our vehicle save your life, your too fat so walk.
In the words of Ave “not T bag”
I had a lady who got conned into a brake fluid flush and her system started knocking when she pushed the brakes. She was 3 hours away so I told her I would look at it Saturday. Long story short. They got air in her lines .
If you need to add directions to unlock a simple latch, you need to rethink your design.
I have to laugh at Ford a little bit. They secured that engine compartment pretty good, so it would be hard to steal the engine. But who would want their shitty engine anyway.
You act like we wouldn't watch a 30-45 min video.