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Hello Super Fans! and welcome back to the finalization episode of this F-150 With that Evap temperature sensor fault that blew up the Ac compressor on this thing, I'm assuming if you're here, you have watched, uh, all four, or five, or six or twelve other videos on this particular truck. Uh, if you missed any of those, just check the link in the description down below and it'll take you back in time to all those other videos. That being said, uh, we're moving on with the finalized stage of reassembly on this truck. I've got the dash back in with the new Hvac control box down below which has a new evaporator core which has a new evaporator temperature sensor.

And yes, we had to install all that stuff just to get a temp sensor installed because Bird Motor Company does not sell just the temperature sensor. Don't ask me why. I don't know, I wouldn't done it that way, but I'm also not a multi-billion dollar company. So that being said, we're moving on.

Um, the only thing left for me to do on this is a couple little trim piece items secure shifter or center console, and uh, the passenger side seat. I will clear the trouble codes, wipe down all my forensic evidence, fingerprints everywhere, and uh, we're good to go. so stay tuned and have no fear this one's gonna be relatively short compared to the other videos. So let's see, I've gotta fish out those two, uh, weird little bolts because those are the ones that secure the oh handle to the A-pillar over there on the passenger side.

So let's get these guys in. since I've already got the the pillar panel on and then we can move on to this console shifter and the seats after I find my my socket. That's the one. Okay, okay, let's move on over.

Yeah, let's see. let's just go in the hole. Click. Oh yeah.

okay. I think that's everybody. Yeah, all that's done. All that's done.

All this is done. Steering columns done. This is all done. Yeah, let's uh.

let's go ahead and get the console in here and the shifter. and then I'll throw that seat in. We're good. I want to get this done today.

I'm I'm staying a little late. I'm after hours, but uh. I need to get this truck finished. It's been here for way too long.

Ah, there it is. That's my guy. I'll throw this in. Wretched.

And of course, I must not neglect to connect the connections once. This is, uh, set up in position here and I have made an error. This shift cable needs to go through this side. Let's see if there's enough slack in it to bend it around without breaking it.

Oh, that would really, really suck. Well, we're reaching critical. it's gonna make it there. We go.

That's what I'm talking about. Okay, that's in position. Let's plug it in and then, uh, and let's go in the shifter, plug it in, and then bolt it down. That's not the shifter, that's a cup holder.

There It is. way back there. Yeah, okay. I'll do that in a minute.

Oh, pinched wire is not good. and then this clips in that guy. Don't make a liar out of me. Connector clip.
There we go. You know. this car is a classic example of why some people really shouldn't go into the shop, because once you see your car in this condition, you'll never look at it the same again. Most people aren't mentally prepared to experience seeing their entire interior, uh, torn to pieces and rightfully so.

It's not something you know we're accustomed to looking at. You gonna go in there. What? I can't see anything there? That's that's right. Line up the little dowel pin and there should be one pin on this side somewheres.

a couple pins on this side. Line up, you bastards. Okay, got it. got it.

and connected. Powering on. Okay, let's uh. four bolts in that.

Let's throw those guys in and we'll finish bolting this up and we'll bolt this guy up down here. I'll just do this one right now. with that socket. I want another.

There it is. See these. go to the glove box lid. This one.

That one's gonna go there now. I have decided. yeah, there's one. there's one.

That one's far away, but I can reach it. I got long fingers there and an extension. All right. we're good.

Okay, oh, I don't think you guys missed all that. There's a steering wheel in the way. Uh, sorry. more trim panels.

I choose this one. No, I don't. No those last because I need the trim panel that goes on top of this. That one's next.

What was I thinking? Now this was a real sob to get out because there's vertical clips I didn't have much space to remove. This is kind of like a little puzzle piece going on here. Why oh hell no. What is this? You know what? I have an idea.

it's a good idea. Let's take this bolt back out. and then we'll take this thing. Oh, we're gonna take more bolts.

Back out. That one and this one again. Okay, now that comes this way. that gives me space for this there.

that's uh. that's more better. Click: Okay, okay. that's good.

Two more. Go in there. you can find those. I think they're outside gravity.

There's two. Okay, um. I don't need this because the new Hvac Hvac box had one on it. so that one just goes in my stash.

Let's see, everybody's done here. Shoe: Let's put this trim back looking good. Um, okay. I need to go back to the driver's side.

How oh my. Gopro ran into a Gopro. That was fun. There it is.

There's that trim piece. Okay, this one goes right down there. Don't give me guff. That's in okay torx bit time and we'll put the padding back down there.

That goes in there. My boy's cup holder and I hit you with a Gopro again. Customer states mechanic was rummaging through his car. That stuff actually happens.

I'm not kidding. Cool. All right. that works.

Let's see. all this stuff came from the glove box so I can put that back. Registration Airbag Warning Light Bulbs More light bulbs. Uh.
owner's manual. Get in there more owner's manual. Good bio hazard. I don't want that.

Oh no. What have I done? I've arranged it. Too sloppy. Let's try this again.

Bad, right? Jack Usage and stowage. Okay, okay. let's see. we have one cup holder, insert two more right there and I've got one more bolt for this console and then I can.

uh, get this. uh. seat in and we're good. Give it a quick wipe me down, we're out of here.

Hey, stop that click. Let's see. I'll take my gloves back. there's one and I don't need the pry bar anymore.

Um, this is all glove box stuff that goes down there. Okay, we're done in the back seat. Actually, this is that's now. Doors in the door.

Okay, pile of tools. You're coming with me. and half this video is me walking around the car. I failed.

I put the cell phone holder in before putting the liner in there. Redemption achieved. These are really nice too. I got one for my truck, but it's on like a like a dangly bit so the phone sticks out to like here.

I know none of you actually care, but I thought it was cool. Okay, don't need that. That's the F250 sensor that I tried to reuse. This is not getting lost.

That's my one extra. Keep one extra every time. Two bolts. Two bolts.

Oh here. Don't forget that. Oh heavy. Yeah.

okay. Lean back and plug it in with our singular ginormous plug. Oh, I was wrong. We do have to go into the back seat because I need to bolt this down.

Those are not tight yet, but I want to start all four of them before applying torque. So click idiot. All right, this is the end. This truck can now go in peace.

Doritos. Okay, uh. one real quick wipe everything down and uh. this thing's getting parked.

After I retrieve my other gopro, give me that it was recording on. uh. super high speed fast motion. The whole job for most of it.

Battery died a couple times. Wow. So I think this video is going to be like 10 minutes. Almost completely uncut, uncut.

I don't think I have a I don't think I've paused this thing once. Maybe once. I don't know. It's been minimal.

Not like usual. Maybe I'm becoming less camera shy. Come here. Okay, I need towels and uh.

glass cleaner. What do I got? Glass cleaner. Glass cleaner. Oh, I got this look.

Anybody who watches the Ave Channel you know about uh, Prudence the safety goat? This isn't This isn't Prudence, but uh. I think it's a similar go. I haven't named it yet, but I will. This is how I feel sometimes.

Okay, stay. what if I can clean it with bug spray now? Um, rust stuff? No blue shower Maintenance cleaner? What is ozone depleting? flammable? safe on most plastics. This was a free 99 gift that somebody sent me. I haven't used it yet.

Directions hold six eight inches away. Saturate solid surface. Use a brush, Remove heavy soils. Yeah, this is cleaner.
I'll use this. This is perfect stuff for this job I think. But before we determine that, we always do a test spray to make sure it doesn't like melt our surfaces as uh, things happen. Wow.

Ooh this is nice that does a really good job. Oh sweet, I'm in heaven. I have a good spray cleaner. It washes off all my forensic evidence.

Oh look at that. Yep, now we're making 45 degrees. That's where we should be, Not 22 degrees. 22 degrees would be bad because it blows up your compressor.

I didn't touch this, but I'm gonna wipe it down anyway. I think that's it for my fingerprints and for this video. We're all done here. All right guys.

I'm closing it out, we're backing it out and we're parking it and then I'm going home. Uh, this truck is all done there. That's that's good. Hey, did I miss anything? You guys see it? I miss clean that too.

I think I missed that. Cool all right fellas. That's a wrap. Thank you guys for watching this video or all of them.

Say the truth. I certainly appreciate it. What else did I forget? All right guys, that's a wrap. I'd like to thank all of you again for like the 12th time on this car for watching these videos.

I certainly appreciate it. Let me know what you think about this in the comment section down below. Don't forget to tap you, tap that like button while you're down there. And most importantly, don't forget to have yourselves a great day.

See you guys later And I almost forgot. we gotta. We gotta get that abs light turned off. so let's go back and do a master code clear real quick like here.

Uh, because I know some of you guys didn't forget about it and you probably already went reading comment land about that abs or um, airbag airbag airbag? that thing. The airbag light? Um, no, I don't want Hpac clear, all codes read by code, scan, switched on and running. I don't care and lights off. All done.

We're good to go see you guys later. Thanks for watching Peace.

99 thoughts on “Still can’t upload! unlisted older video: check description! ford f150 evaporator-final video”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Chris Kline says:

    HAHAHAHAHA these two screws are for the "Oh Shit" handle…..oh man that made my day. I guess I wasn't expecting to hear that from Ray for some reason.

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rob B says:

    I don’t know why anyone would order a car with DVD player

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rob B says:

    Last year took console apart ton my Grand Cherokee to remove DVD player and install open bucket. That was fun job 🤬😡

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Revkor says:

    YAY the phone is back

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Art of Ogre says:

    I miss the "doo dee doos"!!

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars imark7777777 says:

    I'm more concerned with how did you get it apart, did everything go back where it needed to go, no missing screws, no screw holes missed and no screws in the wrong holes?
    But I do IT and tear apart laptops and such so yeah yeah I totally understand this. Are you sure you want to see me praying the glass off your phone in shards because it's broken?

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Michael Lawrence says:

    Ray, I’m sorry to tell you this but we have to sue you for failing to upload more videos. It’s… racism. Yes. I just asked your acting president and he said that you have to be racist for YT to have uploading issues. Bad Ray. No cookie. Again I’m sorry for this but, rules are rules. Send me the Jeep and I might reconsider.

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Paul Meinke says:

    Wow, an old one but good one as well

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars JBFPV says:

    Ray, I know what a pita those dashes and center council are no joke… they will make you re-evaluate your life.

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars John Burger says:

    You have to get a recording of that phone that just randomly plays that your new shop. at least sometimes.

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars HouseCallAutoRepair says:

    I used to look at jobs like this and think "there's 130 plugs in there… how's anyone going to remember what goes where?"
    Then I found out that the ROUTING was the real challenge!

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars René Bech Andreasen says:

    Well.. something went wrong.. i didn't get a notification on any of them. 🙁

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars kicknsystm says:

    I remember when I watched the beginning video of this project. Wow what a venture. Thanks for the finale.

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jim Hall says:

    I started out after college, installing and repairing two way radios. Back in the day, that meant a big unit mounted in a trunk, with a couple inches wide if cables going to the driver's area and on to the battery. Inside the car, I often had to disassemble the inside to run cables and mount brackets and such to solid metal.
    I started out working in my parking lot and if a customer came back early and saw their brand new car, even a Mercedes at one time, in parts like after the wicked witch finished with the scarecrow. Interior panels, seats and other parts laid out everywhere so I could do my work. In the end, they never new what was involved normally, but we're even more surprised to see it in the middle and the finished product.
    I did that as cellular began and eventually things were designed to smaller, less cables and eventually becoming handhelds.
    I had a number of installers working for me over the years and really, only a few could handle the work. Especially when we had a fleet change out of 20 or so vehicles that had to be removed from the old vehicle and reinstalled in the new vehicles. A lot of after hours work involved to keep from losing the use of the vehicle. I spent more time doing this work, than being at home with kids and family. But that's life as a business owner.

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars K S says:

    Old School Vidya!

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Michael Andrew Baldelli says:

    hmm… Apparently I was mentally prepared because when I saw my car taken apart, as I would think back to when I was three years old and used to routinely take apart my analog wrist watches much to my family's eye rolling disapproval.

    And for the record Timex might be able to "take a licking…" according to their advertisements, but to an ingenious toddler they clearly were the easiest to take apart.

  17. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars shire transportation says:

    Damn Ray are you doing a frame off restoration on this truck holy crap

  18. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars robert boykin says:

    cap loc on?

  19. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Whirl Wind says:

    Obviously youtube content is paying your bills ..for now… Cash outflow is outstripping profits at this point …Remember where you came from and stay small or suffer the consequences ..

  20. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars twlyons1 says:

    🌟 YT dropped the ball on ya. Do they get fixed at the Veterinarians too – asking for a friend of mine AAaannddd CUTTT.

  21. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars JourneyMN says:

    Hearing the doodaly dos makes me miss it more! However i like how Ray is now a business owner and happier now.

  22. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bobby B says:

    Oh well, back to wife units' channel she can post LOL. Did she take you offline?

  23. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Dan says:

    Updates needec

  24. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Warren Creek says:

    Hello from Sydney Australia Ray.

  25. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bob Prachnau says:

    Really like your content prior. Apparently, Drilling is not your Forte. Stick to the wrenching 😅

  26. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bob Prachnau says:

    Ray, since you have been on your own, you seem to be loosing it. Slow down, do what you know, have some confidence in yourself.

  27. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hiro Miya says:

    I think the problem is in your end, other YouTubers got no problem uploading videos.

  28. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Silverado says:

    Ray just leaves the toothpick underneath inside the shifter after he installs it. Zero FOX HA HA!!!!

  29. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars James Michael says:

    I enjoy most of your work but this left more to desire. Cheers from Jacksonville Florida 🌞

  30. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rajdane says:

    Damn I miss the doodleedoos

  31. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Don Moore says:

    could not watch sue to jerky and fast movement of the camera. Caused a vertigo attack that forced me to turn it off.

  32. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Robert Howard says:

    Ray, I like this interior body stuff. Not because I like doing it but I frequently get myself into it because it is good DIY. i.e. cheap parts electrically oriented but labor intensive. I do know the shock of seeing my interior in pieces:( I have noticed your attention to plastic detail in other videos and am hoping your mindset and ethic rub off on me. It kinda is already.

  33. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Cherokee2005 says:

    Definitely older video, It's not your shop!!! I'm really enjoying the newer vids with your shop!!!!!

  34. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Gorenghal says:

    Action head cam, nice. Those darned harbor freight tools again.

  35. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Tom Van Der Zee says:

    Can you please get an image stabiliser on your head mounted camera ASAP as it’s giving me motion sickness 😅

  36. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars trucker 101 says:

    I don't understand why you can't upload when bigger channels can.

  37. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Ryan S says:

    I pretty sure I’ve seen this video was it uploaded and then made private later because I remember this video

  38. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Wayne Werner says:

    It's interesting how much happier you sound working for yourself.

    It's subtle, but very apparent when you're paying attention.

  39. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Gid Hig says:

    Gudday Ray. I live in Queensland, Australia. I have been watching your YouTube channel for the last 6 months. Fantastic stuff, well worth the watch. I used to work for the RAC, your equivalent of the AAA there in the USA, as a Roadside Assistance Patrol Mechanic. Gave that up years ago for a career change. But do miss it, so watching your posts are great. Keep up the good work mate.

  40. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Gary Joseph says:

    THE GOAT!!!! YES!!!! PLEASE get new batteries and have him accompany you in the garage! LOL …. BTW I loved your XFILES clips!!

  41. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars tonster4 says:

    The doodly doos made a comeback!

  42. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars HouseCallAutoRepair says:

    So strange! I managed to upload a video last night…. 3 gigs, took 7 hours! (And now I'm re-editing it because it sucked!)

  43. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Sman7290 says:

    Hey. I remember that truck.

  44. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Louis Harris says:

    I'm a automotive technician in NC and I really enjoy watching your videos, but after opening your own business and having all those videos from there. it seems kinda cheesey to post this one from way back

  45. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Richard Smith says:

    I so missed the dooley doos. Thanks for that!

    Ray, is that your escape goat?

  46. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Echristoffe says:

    I really hate those electric seats … no way to quickly change their position …
    Also good job