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Old 07-31-2020, 08:56 AM   #51
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Countless examples here. Saved me many thousands over the years.
If I had to pick a recent example it would be the clock spring diagnosis and r&r for the Tundra to fix the Cruise control.
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:00 AM   #52
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Yes, help me put together a 87 Sami, In an 88 Jeep Wrangler.
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:09 AM   #53
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My latest was on my son's 2012 Toyota Tacoma. Replacing the headlamp assemblies with new ones that didn't have cataracts. Getting it out and the new one back in without taking the entire front end apart was like solving a rubik's cube while being a contortionist. Thanks YouTube!
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:09 AM   #54
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And another one this morning on an issue I was having with my HVLP spray gun. Just getting the airflow set properly.
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:15 AM   #55
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Sometimes, i watch the videos and decide...NOPE...off to the mechanic to fix.
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:21 AM   #56
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Just used it this week to change a battery in my wife’s Volkswagen . Dang thing was under the drivers seat . Had a hack where I didn’t have to completely remove the seat .
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:24 AM   #57
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Not mechanical but I did learn to grown cucumbers out of a barrel from youtube. Video quality was poor, and I pretty sure the dude in the video was on something.


Was it the same fellow that had a few rabbit videos ?
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:24 AM   #58
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Always drove Chevys so I've never had to use youtube to learn how to fix anything.
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:29 AM   #59
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Always drove Chevys so I've never had to use youtube to learn how to fix anything.
Because all of the videos were several hours long and cost extra money to watch?


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Old 07-31-2020, 09:30 AM   #60
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Just used it this week to change a battery in my wife’s Volkswagen . Dang thing was under the drivers seat . Had a hack where I didn’t have to completely remove the seat .
Yep...my wife's SUV had the battery in the back and I had no idea!
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:34 AM   #61
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Yep...my wife's SUV had the battery in the back and I had no idea!


I was getting frustrated just trying to find the battery. Last suv it was in the floorboard behind the back seat . Gave up and YouTube it . Had to use to to change a headlight bulb too . It’s a pain in the tail to change .
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:46 AM   #62
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No telling how much money youtube has cost people who fix things for a living. Mechanics, electricians, plumbers etc. Gunsmiths too - I've twice broken an old firearm down to the pins for a good cleaning and couldn't figure out how to get it back together. Both times it was because I got a step out of order - youtube to the rescue!
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:49 AM   #63
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I drive a 2005 Chevy Trailblazer and this guy has helped me save lots of money doing my own repairs.

http://www.youtube.com/c/MAY03LT/videos
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:51 AM   #64
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I used it to fix a Henway (deluxe model) and was able to buy 55 gallons of fluid for it on a YouTube Chanel called "KCA Ranch". The Henway was only 47.50 and KCA sold me the fluid (that looks, tastes, and smells just like water) for 799.90 plus shipping.
Great...now everyone knows you got a brother in law deal!
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:56 AM   #65
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No telling how much money youtube has cost people who fix things for a living. Mechanics, electricians, plumbers etc. Gunsmiths too - I've twice broken an old firearm down to the pins for a good cleaning and couldn't figure out how to get it back together. Both times it was because I got a step out of order - youtube to the rescue!
The only thing I could not fix was my fuel pump. Its located in the gas tank. I started that project and quickly realized that this was not a job I could complete in my driveway. Had to call a tow truck to haul it to the mechanic shop.
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Old 07-31-2020, 10:13 AM   #66
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Love YouTube. Saved thousands changing fan blower on HVAC, bushings on Polaris, brakes, outboard water pump, lower unit oil, etc etc etc.
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Old 07-31-2020, 10:26 AM   #67
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about 10 years ago a me and a friend watched a video on how to recharge the AC on my truck and got it blowing cold after not working for over a year. not a big deal on its own, but it showed me and my friend that there's a whole lot more that can be done by yourself at home other than spark plugs and oil changes.

this change in mindset has saved me more than I could easily count, especially on car related things.
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Old 07-31-2020, 10:37 AM   #68
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Priced getting a new screen put in my granddaughters laptop. $300!!!!! Watched a vid and ordered a screen on line for $50. Putting it in this weekend. I've lost count of how many auto related ones I've watched.
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Old 07-31-2020, 10:53 AM   #69
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What's some of your stories where YouTube videos saved the day mechanically?

I'm not what you'd call mechanically inclined...but I can search YouTube like a sumbeetch.

The most recent success was earlier this week. Daughter called me stranded....40 miles away.

The Rubicon wouldn't shift into gear....moved around but nothing happening.

Got on the YT and started searching. Went to the garage and got a flashlight, handful of big zip ties and hit the road.

A cheap *** bushing that connects the shifter cable to the tranny had failed and the connector fell off.

I was able to ziptie the connector back on and get the Jeep home. Ordered the bushing kit for around $19 shipped and put it on yesterday.

Probably would have cost several hundred at a dealership or mechanic.

I've had several other "victories" with installing a winch bumper and winch, replacing a wheel speed sensor, cabin filter on f250, etc.

Y'all got any good ones?
I did the same zip tie truck with my 2004 LJ. Worked like a charm. I’ve used YouTube videos for several repairs on my jeeps.
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Old 07-31-2020, 11:45 AM   #70
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Awe, nobody going to ask “ What’s a Henway?”
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Old 07-31-2020, 11:49 AM   #71
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I google and youtube everything.

I credit it with teaching me how to please my wife.


She always has something she's seen on Pinterest that she wants me to build.
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Old 07-31-2020, 12:40 PM   #72
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youtube it!
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Old 07-31-2020, 12:51 PM   #73
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Always drove Chevys so I've never had to use youtube to learn how to fix anything.
To be fair, "pull the very new broken transmission out, install the brand new transmission" wouldn't be a very long video
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Old 07-31-2020, 12:55 PM   #74
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I'm very mechanically inclined and repairing stuff is what I do for a living but I still use youtube repair videos all the time. They save a lot of hours when you can see how something is put together before diving in. One of the few times I got stumped and youtube rescued me was the first time I encountered twist in brake calipers, c clamps don't work on those.
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Old 07-31-2020, 01:02 PM   #75
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The wife's expedition. Not sure of the layman's term but the technical term is rear-seat-upper-downer-motor'n'switch. - fixed that with YT's help/guidance.

My old (finally gone) hunting truck - brake light switch - didn't even know that existed. - fixed that.

And learned how to "weld" - and trust me the quotes are there for a reason.
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Old 07-31-2020, 01:26 PM   #76
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I've repaired my share of washers & driers with youtube, but the most recent was replacing a taillight assembly chingadeerie on my 2014 F-150. It took about five minutes. Took longer to gather the tools needed than it did to actually change the thing out.
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Old 07-31-2020, 01:54 PM   #77
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I watch a few on replacing bearings and seals on a washing machine about a year ago. I was about to order parts, when I remembered I had bought a home warranty. That would have been a major pain, the repairman said the bearing on mine was the hardest one he's ever worked on. I had to help him and it still took us about 45 minutes to get the tub off. Without his specialty tools, I doubt I would have gotten it apart without breaking something.
I have watched UTube for several things. The last was how to take the front bumper off a Camry to replace the headlights from Amazon. I watched several before starting sheet rocking, taping and bedding our house. That reminds me, I need to finish that project someday.
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Old 07-31-2020, 01:56 PM   #78
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I have attended YouTube University and graduated magna *** laude. But seriously, I have done brakes, a motor mount and fixed a dryer twice! Oh yeah and the time we broke down in Indianapolis. Walmart refused to change a battery in a 2013 Ford Escape. You have to take half the car apart to replace the battery.

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Old 07-31-2020, 02:17 PM   #79
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The screen went out on my wife’s car when I was working out of town. She asked the dealer, he said $1800 would fix her up. She utubed it, pulled a fuse and put it back in, two years later it was still working when we traded it.
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Jeez....don't know where to start.....

I've completely reconditioned to unrecognizable an '06 F150 KR.....am doing the same with my bass boat....tractors....mowers....etc etc etc. YouTube certainly inspired on many, many occasions and greatly aided on quite a few....

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Old 07-31-2020, 03:45 PM   #81
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The screen went out on my wife’s car when I was working out of town. She asked the dealer, he said $1800 would fix her up. She utubed it, pulled a fuse and put it back in, two years later it was still working when we traded it.
That's the kind of crap that makes me want to curb stomp a MFer.
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Old 07-31-2020, 06:02 PM   #82
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I always do the work on our vehicles. One day I spent hours trying to remove a fan from a trailblazer. I was so freakin peaved I came in and had a strong drink. Watched 2 min of a YouTube video and got it off in 5 minutes.....
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Old 07-31-2020, 06:05 PM   #83
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The screen went out on my wife’s car when I was working out of town. She asked the dealer, he said $1800 would fix her up. She utubed it, pulled a fuse and put it back in, two years later it was still working when we traded it.
If a dealer is talking to a woman it’s either 1300 or 1800 no matter what.
They told my wife 1300 for repairs. After talking to me she told them to pound sand. I changed the belt and in the next 150k none of the other things got replaced.
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Awe, nobody going to ask “ What’s a Henway?”
I have 50 gallons of fluid if you need any
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:35 PM   #85
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I had my 18 year old son watch a video on youtube today to learn how to change a fuel pump on a GMC 1500HD. He is currently putting away the tools, he and a friend just dropped the fuel tank and changed out the fuel pump. It was going to cost $500 for the mechanic to do it. The cost of the fuel pump was $150. That $350 savings will come in handy.
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I had my 18 year old son watch a video on youtube today to learn how to change a fuel pump on a GMC 1500HD. He is currently putting away the tools, he and a friend just dropped the fuel tank and changed out the fuel pump. It was going to cost $500 for the mechanic to do it. The cost of the fuel pump was $150. That $350 savings will come in handy.
**** that’s good stuff!! I dropped the fuel tank in my old 96 in the parking lot of the Delaware springs golf Course in Burnet several years ago. That’s something every young man needs to experience
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**** that’s good stuff!! I dropped the fuel tank in my old 96 in the parking lot of the Delaware springs golf Course in Burnet several years ago. That’s something every young man needs to experience
Had to drop the tank on my 89 chevy 3 times. Most fun was on the side of a road in San Marcos
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Good stuff. I’m fairly mechanical myself. Can fix most anything on my clothes dryer. However, I’m probably going to need some YouTube assistance on my Frontier. Drivers side power window is sticking on just the drivers window push selector. Probably going to change it out myself.
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Dangar Marine, for "anything" to do with boats...…….
Helped me save $400.. on an impellar replacement...……………..
And helped me, rewire everything on my boat...……...
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Oh yea, I forgot...…………
local computer place, wanted $200. to replace the keyboard on
my laptop….. Ordered the $24.99 part (they had cheaper).....utube it.....
That was three years ago... As you can see..... still works.....
It Can't spell, worth a crap..
And occasionally, it's says the dumbest shiz, to ever come off
a computer.....
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Ahhhh--- I see, you ordered the same keyboard...….
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Old 08-01-2020, 06:28 AM   #92
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7.3L oil dipstick o-ring leak. The fitting and o-ring are on the inside of the oil pan the nut is on the outside. Mechanic brings my brother back to show him the problem. Mechanic tells him the book say oil pan has to be removed and the only way to do that is take the motor out to the tune of $4500. YouTube fixed it for $12.
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Old 08-01-2020, 06:33 AM   #93
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Old 08-01-2020, 08:32 AM   #94
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I have developed a distrust for repairmen especially auto repair shops. I thought I found a shop based on reviews. Took my E350 in to fix a hesitation I thought was fuel or coil packs so the mechanic found $3500 of things that could be fixed. I kinda did’nt mind finding out what they thought was broken but $3500 in repairs on a van not worth that is laughable.

I let them fix the AC and a oil changed for $260. I found a video on YouTube on how to change the coil packs on my 180,000 mile van. Amazon cheapo coil packs ($60) 2 hours later and my van has never run better.

YouTube has saved me lotsa money on simple repairs. BUT best of all it also lets me know when things are TOO hard for me to attempt. It helps me to know when to write a check and when to do it myself.
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I have saved myself over $8000 in dealership quoted parts/labor by listening to youtube mechanics. Fordtechmakuloco has been an angel in my garage.

gas cap spring reset
intercooler weephole fix
throttle body replacement
ignition coil replacement
02sensor replacements
etc and these are just on one of 2 ford vehicles.
plus countless other fixes on lawn mower/weedeaters

I detest stealerships and am very thankful and grateful that all this info can be found online.
Lesson learned don't buy Fords. Lol
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Old 08-01-2020, 04:38 PM   #96
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There’s no telling how much money YouTube has saved me. Fixed the electronic 4x4 problems on my 05 z71 Tahoe. I also learned how to work on my bow through watching YouTube. I no longer go to a bow shop.
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Old 08-01-2020, 05:25 PM   #97
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About 2k changing the air blenders on my ford and no telling how much on my Jeep cj5.
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Old 08-01-2020, 07:57 PM   #98
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Saved thousands on my 6.0 Powerstroke from filters/hubs/cab mounts/vacuum lines/FICM, yeah it’s a 6.0 so you know that list goes on forever. Thanks and RIP DieselTechRon.


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