48 thoughts on “W.u.w. 10/21/20”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Maverick Bryan says:

    The key to holding the fuel line and return on o3 blazer L V6 WHICH SIDE IS UP.

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Maverick Bryan says:

    I need help now

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars David Farmer says:

    How often do you recommend we all rotate our lug nuts? I only do mine about twice a year.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Elvis Conard says:

    I have a 2002 6.0 Gmc it was running good foot slip the brake and speeded up motor then it started smoking then it started running hot sitting still at burger King pulled over it was very hot let it cool down cost to toe home 2 hundred dollars now i got low compression then die. I never sow be four

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Frank Allen Jr says:

    Never say take your time to my boss! You will never see your car again! LOL!

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Stan West says:

    Eric, you may not be a Car Guy, but you sure are a Fun Guy

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Maksim L says:

    hey there Have you heard of TEXA NAVIGATOR TXTs Automotive Scanner and their software? just curious of your thoughts on it vs Autel or SnapOn Apollo or Zeus scanners and TEXA embedded Wiring and repair information vs myAllData or MichellPro.

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rick Deckard says:

    Love hate em

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Tyler miller says:

    I have learned a lot from watching your videos. I put your videos on my TV an kick back and watch them. I love your diagnostic videos because thats what I'm trying to get better at. I just wanted to say thanks for all your hard work to give us all good content to use and entertain ourselves with. Please keep the videos coming. Something you may think that is boring we would probably like. Thanks Eric-O

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rick Deckard says:

    I'm just putting my name in the contest

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Peter Shirkey says:

    well been watching your channel off and on for some 12 months, you have the skills and the ability to
    translate those skills into basic english I can follow you and service vehicles out here ,(middle of the pacific),mostly rhd jdm machines but the basics are the same .. definately need better scan tools ???
    but I get by tx for all the advice you have posted so far !!! all been of immediate help…regards pete

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Murph says:

    Accidently on purpose.!

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Greg Hamilton says:

    Sorry I missed the live stream. Maybe next time!

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Dean McKee says:

    I like stories of Mr O Dad. Keep those coming Eric! The way Eric talks about his Dad, I think his mechanical abilities are a God given talent or a birth defect. My Dad had that big of an influence on me too

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Dean McKee says:

    You are right again on the mobile mechanic. After 15 winter's he will be finding a warm garage

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Dean McKee says:

    Your definition of a car guy is right on.

  17. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars arthur jeho says:

    Thank you smart I am a great fan of your you channel

  18. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Robert Gary says:

    I've had the automated bleed work well. On my 2001 Grand Am. Replaced master and couldn't get rid of spongy. Then hooked up my Tech2Win from GM and selected bleed. Made all kinds of noise, the software crashed but the cars been great since.

  19. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Gordon Gray says:

    Where can I find torque spec for a 2013 Honda Accord?

  20. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars norberto lozano says:

    Just humorous question on my end need to change the oil on your hat hahaha

  21. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Alan Crawford says:

    Tires are made in Akron,Ohio!

  22. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Alan Crawford says:

    Do you (Eric O ) wear the cap to disguise your grey (white) hair?

  23. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Alexis DeVille says:

    In the southern No Rust states the classic nacre area generally perfect bodies and running gear are like new, we have a 1969 427/435 hp 4 speed factory race car for road racing 4045 miles second owner got it July 1970.

  24. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Alexis DeVille says:

    Come on your heavily modified suspension and rock Sliders on the Jeep!

  25. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Aldin Kalender says:

    I have a 2010 Buick LaCrosse I replace the ambient temperature sensor but still not displaying the outside temp

  26. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars psychMan says:

    amen to not buying goodyears!!

  27. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars James Bernardino says:

    Eric, just wondering, how’s Vinnie doing? Haven’t seen/heard anything for awhile?
    P.S. Thirteen commercials, 🤦🏻‍♂️definitely annoying.☹️
    .Ow,Ow,Ow that cutoff wheel story was an example of the “most unkindest cut of all” type stories.😳
    Two small, four large “pulses”?
    P.p.s Scotty is moving to Tennessee, so now, he’ll be located just right down the road?🤦🏻‍♂️
    Latitude is a north/south orientation/designation/location. Think “altitude” = up/down (North/south) type positioning.

  28. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars This account was hacked by a pig in Nigeria says:

    I would only build a iron block 455 . Inside the 455 Cubic Inch Big Block from General MotorsThere's no question that 455 cubic inches of displacement equal a big motor. Nevertheless, this giant engine from the General is a little mysterious. In the beginning, you would find them in Oldsmobile Motor Division products. As time went on you started seeing this exact displacement under the hood of Buicks and performance models from the Pontiac Motor Division.

    Here we'll dig into the history of the record torque producing big block. We will also uncover the difference between a 455 SD (Super Duty) and a 455 HO (High Output). Discover if the Buick, Pontiac or Oldsmobile engine has an advantage over the other. Finally, learn how the 455 benefited during a time when GM's divisions took great pride in making their own engines.

    The Oldsmobile 455 Version
    Olds beat the other GM divisions to market with the first 455 Cubic Inch motor. In 1968 the engine found its way into Oldsmobile's premium luxury muscle car, the 442. They called it the Rocket 455 which became an excellent marketing tool. They based the engine off of the 425 CID found in the 1967 Toronado. The company actually retained the same size bore yet increased the stroke by altering the crankshaft.

    The side effects of a longer stroke include a healthy increase in torque. The downside is the engine finds itself a little slower at gathering RPMs. Horsepower ratings from 1968 through 1970 remained in the 375 to 400 HP range. At first, the engines remained exclusive to the Toronado, Cutlass and 442's. After 1970 you'll also find them in the Olds Vista Cruiser Station Wagons, Delta 88's and even GMC motorhomes.

    Stage I Buick 455 Performance Engine
    The Buick version of the 455 is actually quite different from the Oldsmobile version. Instead of altering the stroke, Buick honed out the cylinders on the 430 CID Buick Wildcat engine. For this reason, GM considered it a thin-walled big block. The advantage of this casting design is a significant drop in weight over the other 455 versions.

    In fact, the engine actually weighed close to 150 pounds less than the legendary 454 big block that Chevy used. This weight reduction compensated for slightly lower horsepower output from the Buick version. They rated the standard issue 455 at 350 HP and the high-performance stage I version at 360 HP.

    This engine had a short run starting in 1970. In 1975 General Motors started using the same engines across the different divisions and platforms. This gave them better compliance control for the increased power and fuel miles they buckled it into the ground. At the end I put that engine in my 1995 suburban and it was a muscle car bully that ran 10 seconds on a good day on a lumpectomy day she ran 11 seconds and for a suburban that’s quick thrown down . Edit if I fallowed my insane friends build I could have had a 9 second suburban . To tell you the truth I would love to own a cutlass 442 my mom had one when she was growing up . To be honest with you tony they don’t make any thing past the 80’s I would want to own and there’s no way in hell I would ever buy a electric vehicle that needs Nuku’alofa power or coal to charge your disposable Dixie . My wife said go find something at a dealership or something and I tell her every time 99 percent to a 100 dealership unless you’re in America you cannot buy anything but a new disposable Dixie nothing compare to the older vehicles and I will never consider buying anything newer for my self as a driver every day is 1970’s every thing was advertised as it was . Everything past 1980 became clear it’s designed to fall apart .

  29. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars kenman1717 says:

    have seen a few of those cam sensors seized in the front cover. have replaced the cover and sensor before because i wasn't going to break it off and try to extract it and do to the reluctor what was done to that one.

  30. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Dan Rossell says:

    There are only 2 tires that are US made. Cooper and Good Year

  31. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Derrick Neal says:

    Eric open it as much as possible and put the little inspection camera in through the crack

  32. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jose Oyola says:

    Hello there I have a 2006 Mazda Tribute 3.0, it has 292k miles on it, I work on it myself but I have an issue with something I can't put my finger on, that is that it putts every now and then after reaching speed limit and I did my own diagnostic and the code is P0420 could that be causing the putting ?

  33. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars URGENT! "Cory Barbee" YT ch.👀 says:

    Eric, Take Your Time ..that means i love you hahaha

  34. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Charlie B says:

    I would call myself a car guy but I'm certainly not a mechanic, it just happens to be my hobby and what I'm into. Some guys are into fishing, hunting, sports, wood working, etc…to each his own brother!

  35. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kevin Shea says:

    I'm telling you man 16 penny finish nail we won't tell you know get out of the hardware store and ask for a 16 penny finish now the right beside the landscaping ties

  36. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kevin Shea says:

    Take a six Penny finish now and knock the pins out of the back of the hinges he'll never know hey hey what do you say what do you know you got to go

  37. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Tom H says:

    Nice teach them to kill at a young age. You must be so proud.

  38. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars MrDeerhtr says:

    Awesome hunting story!

  39. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars James N says:

    found out that if you get a pop up while watching one of your vids to join..as in give money..its only two choices yes or no..no maybe later..and if you click no..you wont get notifications… I would love to send money to join… but it should be my choice not youtubes ..just saying this how I have not gotten any notifications off my channels I watch.

  40. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Finite Tuning says:

    Pay no attention to youtube math, these kids live on the moon now and they're always deprived of oxygen. Their numbers are off the wall and out of thin air and it straight up don't work! So yeah.

    I was a master tech in a previous life, but I'm not a car guy. I literally learned to hate them through the coarse of my career. I turned a passion into a profession and then killed them both! And to think, all I set out to do was become a transmission builder. Now I don't and I won't care about cars again until they literally 'fly'!

    I like lock on sockets/ratchets, no contest! I don't mind pushing a button to release a socket, but I hate bending over to pick up a socket that fell on the floor, just because the detent or lock ring was not strong enough to hold the thing in place where it belongs!

    Chevy rear brake adjustment, pull the drum, cut the rust lip on the drum in a lathe or equivalent, then adjust by slip feel and bill time and materials.

    I hate this rust belt, Pennsylvanian here.

    I petted a wild black bear once, don't really see the fear factor myself. Everyone else ran, I didn't. He/she/it was just curious, as was I. He/she/it sniffed me up and down while I petted it's head and talked to it. Obviously I lived to tell the tale.

    Subaru: Let me tell you a short story, their engines are wrong from square one! End of story. I don't hate the brand but I loath that horizontal boxer style engine. I mean C',mon, that crap don't even make sense on paper let alone real life use case scenarios. Gravity! Simple concept that Subaru cannot understand. And the rust, oh good GOD, don't get me started on the seized in bolts!

    Scan tools? You mean my $20 dongle and my $200 Android tablet can't get the job done? For shame on you, these things are the cats nuts for cheap and dirty, quick and simple! And I can watch porn on my tablet, ya know, just to take the edge off….. I prefer a stand alone scope, a separate DVOM and a scanner. But that is because of how I learned this stuff. Your latest Snapon scanner takes 5 min just to boot, I already diagnosed the problem and proved it with a multi-meter and a stand alone scope in that time. I've got less than a grand into the equipment needed for the job and that Snapon 'whatever' costs thousands and is so far behind the times!

  41. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Ron says:

    Thanks for the video. A side question: if a rear strut needs to be replaced, would tire wear appear on the inside or the outside of the tire? Thanks in advance.

  42. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars $t0ry says:

    hey eric its hayden

  43. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Brian Connell Sr. says:

    You know Eric, no need for apologies for not being a car guy. I think when you work in any line of products, all day, especially running and building a business, you need an escape from it. I think we all need to step back from what you do all week, because too much of anything, is just too much. I love being a building contractor, built a wonderful clientele of customers, but, I have no interest in joining any clubs, I need my away time. Just how it goes in the world of interests, JMO.

  44. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bill Neu says:

    I know I told you before you are a true American. I do my own thing and only listen to people with one ear if that makes sense BILL N LINY

  45. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Tyler McGonigal says:

    Disappointed that it cuts off before it’s done