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Old 07-30-2020, 12:56 PM   #1
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Default YouTube mechanic videos to the rescue?

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?
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Blower motor on my wife's car last week. I use youtube mechanics all the time.
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Pretty much rebuilt a 95 Jeep Wrangler off YouTube.


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Yes, my husband is so handy, if he can't fix something, it probably cannot be fixed. Well I wanted to put a saw blade on the weed whacker. He was too busy. Quick YouTube search and away I went. I was so proud of myself when a year later, he asked how in the hell did I change the blade and the string out and I got to teach him
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When you change the battery on a 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer sometimes you have to recalibrate the AC blend motors. My stepdaughter bought one with a new battery in it, and the AC blew out out the defrost when it was supposed to be blowing out the dash vents. Thanks, Youtube!
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Old 07-30-2020, 01:02 PM   #6
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Countless maintenance items and a few repairs on my wife's Explorer and my last two trucks. Washer and dryer repairs, heating element on the furnace (took me three tries after breaking the first two and almost tearing the roof down in anger).

It also works the other way. If I watch the video and a few minutes in I'm shaking my head, I know I should not be attempting the fix myself.
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Replaced a stator and voltage regulator on my motorcycle. Saved myself about $600
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Old 07-30-2020, 01:07 PM   #8
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Ford F150 window motor in the drivers side door. Made the job a lot easier with youtube video!
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Old 07-30-2020, 01:36 PM   #9
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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.
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Old 07-30-2020, 01:37 PM   #10
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05 Toyota tundra had an actuator that engages the transfer case for the 4x4 crap out. Got a quote from cousin who owns a dealership was 3000 to replace since they had to tear tcase apart and retime it etc etc etc. Had quote from Toyota house for 4000. 1hr or so combing through YouTube $800 for the part and 10 minutes in the parking lot at work with a set of needle nose pliers and a ratchet and socket had it swapped out and cruising.

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Old 07-30-2020, 01:38 PM   #11
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Numerous times darn near weekly.

The best offhand was replacing the body mount bushings on my last truck.

Another would be watching the fuel filter replacement vid prior to changing them each time. (6.7psd)

Most recently- cleaning the coils on the RV a/c system- dang was that sucker plugged up.
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Ford F150 window motor in the drivers side door. Made the job a lot easier with youtube video!
Did this on my wife's accord. Was pretty proud of myself until I dropped a butter knife down in the door when I was almost done putting everything back together. No way I was doing it all over...just let it ride.
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Old 07-30-2020, 01:43 PM   #13
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Good stuff.

Another recent one was I bought a hog trap trigger kit with all kinds of cables and pulleys and stuff. Got out to the woods and could not figure it out.

drove to the neighbor's house and jumped on their Wi-Fi and was able to find a short set up video to get me going. Caught a hog the next morning.
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Old 07-30-2020, 01:51 PM   #14
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**** near every part on my 2001 F350 not including the internal motor works.....from turbo seals, to fuel bowl rebuilds to dash light bulb tear down and replacement to wheel bearings to HPOP seals to cam position sensors, to unsticking the 4x4 motor to ball joints etc etc etc .....if it broke, youtube played a part in fixing it until the last year. The stuff breaking was too involved internally for me to jack with it or reach all the way to the back of the motor. Hopefully don't have to youtube anything but accessory installs for a long time with the new truck purchase....
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Old 07-30-2020, 01:52 PM   #15
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Old 07-30-2020, 01:55 PM   #16
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We use it in the shop.We consider it a necessary tool.I've repaired most of the appliances in the house using it.I even had a popup blind that for the life of me couldnt get folded up.Jumped on YouTube and easy money.

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Old 07-30-2020, 02:01 PM   #17
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All the time.

Youtube is probably the handiest website around right now.
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Old 07-30-2020, 02:03 PM   #18
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I have a 2010 Tundra. It started having a weird problem. When I would try to start the truck, nothing would happen. Dash lights would come on but ignition wouldn't even click. Turn the ignition 100 times and then all of a sudden it would start. It felt like something with the ignition switch because I couldn't remove the key when this was happening. Took it to Tuffy's. They said they replicated the situation and it was the starter to the tune of $1200. I was standing 10' away. They mechanic drove the truck into a bay turned it off. Turned it right back on and it started fine. Walked passed me and told guy at counter that it was the starter. So I decided to take my chances and didn't replace the starter. Drove it another few weeks and same thing happened again, and then again. Finally I started searching youtube. Found a video on the key getting stuck in the ignition that was linked to this little switch that 1. kept key from being removed when ignition was on and 2. kept truck from starting if gear selector was in park. I unplugged that little guy and more problems.
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Old 07-30-2020, 02:07 PM   #19
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Those videos are fantastic and can save a lot of money and anguish! I'm in awe of the time some people take to create them, I hope they somehow make some money from them....
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Old 07-30-2020, 02:08 PM   #20
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Hopefully don't have to youtube anything but accessory installs for a long time with the new truck purchase....
Yessir. I have a 2017 F250 now and just some of the maintenance (flushes, fuel filter, etc.) will be much easier with youtube.

Lots of accessorizing to do on that new Tundra. $$$$$$$
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Old 07-30-2020, 02:09 PM   #21
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Yessir. I have a 2017 F250 now and just some of the maintenance (flushes, fuel filter, etc.) will be much easier with youtube.

Lots of accessorizing to do on that new Tundra. $$$$$$$



I'm about done....except for an awol rear bumper.....**** Chinese
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Old 07-30-2020, 02:14 PM   #22
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i just changed the DEF heater on my F-250 by following Youtube instructions, saved a solid 600$
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Old 07-30-2020, 02:16 PM   #23
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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.
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Old 07-30-2020, 02:18 PM   #24
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You tube has saved the day many times for sure. Mostly with my camper recently. I am mechanically inclined and typically if I can figure out how it works, or comes apart I can fix the problem. You tube has saved me a ton on boat repairs, appliances, ATV's, guns, just about everything. As mentioned above the guys/gals that produce these videos are dang near superheros and hopefully they make some kind of money off their time and skills.
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Old 07-30-2020, 02:19 PM   #25
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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.
Dang...I thought we were better than that.
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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.

Got burned with the same one.... BTW I have a gazillion cucumbers if you need some.
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Old 07-30-2020, 02:21 PM   #27
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Youtube's algorithm favors those getting likes and subscribes.

I used to hate hearing them beg for them each video, it's still annoying, but understanding how it works if you like something hit subscribe. Certainly helps them out.
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Ive saved a fortune (saved on repairs, spent on something else) from watching youtube videos, repairing and maintaining 4 vehicles and 2 homes.

Its funny sometimes how complex somebody wants to tell you a job is and the high cost. Then you do it yourself and its quick and easy. Parts are so much cheaper online also.
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Old 07-30-2020, 02:27 PM   #29
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I use them regularly. Really glad those that make them take the time to do so!
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Old 07-30-2020, 02:29 PM   #30
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To get monetized on youtube you need 1,000 subscribers and a buttload of viewing hours per month.
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You Tube, Google, and a lot of Coorslight help me build it from the frame up.

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It is amazing isn't it? There seems to be a youtube video for everything, no matter how obscure. I was frustrated trying to do something that seemed simple - replacing the shift knob on a 2005 Honda Accord (son's high school car) I couldn't figure out how to get the shift button to engage. I searched Youtube and the first hit? " Hi, my name is Ernie and today I'm gonna show you how to get the shift button to engage when changing the knob on a 2005 Honda Accord - it's kinda tricky"
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Old 07-30-2020, 04:24 PM   #33
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Countless small engines.
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Saved about $3000 in dealer repairs on my son's truck.
Love YouTube.
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Squirrel cage broke on the garage AC. Utubed it and it looked easy. Well my son and I took apart the unit and by the time we got it out realized they held it up and built the ac around it. A week later the cage came in and we were almost sure we would never get it back like it was. Watched a couple more videos and assembled the darn thing........
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Put the track back on a skid steer this morning with youtube. Was about 150 yards through thick yaupons. Was able to carry everything that was needed and get it fixed in short time.
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Ford F150 window motor in the drivers side door. Made the job a lot easier with youtube video!

Same here but Chevrolet 3500.

I also did all maintenance including impeller off YouTube on my yahmaha motor.


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Old 07-30-2020, 10:13 PM   #37
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Use it all the time, for mechanical and home repairs
twin 496 mag ho's in boat, ls engine swap, performance suspension in track car. you name it I googled it
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Old 07-30-2020, 10:47 PM   #38
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I've repaired 2 dryers- gas and electric, replaced the pilots on the oven, burner in the hot water heater, a ton of auto repairs including a faulty ecm on my truck, the motherboard on the dishwasher, and last but not least the microwave in my kitchen....pics included....thank god for utube....
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Old 07-30-2020, 11:11 PM   #39
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Broken sunroof in my 2013 F150. A youtube video complete with a link to $110 part box on ebay and 6 hours in the driveway later...I had saved myself from a $2500 repair at the dealership.

Oh, my 16 year old son helped, and you can't put a value on what he learned!
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Worked at an auto body shop for a few years an older guy I worked with would hate when I showed him a new trick I learned from the you tube. Every chance he got he would tag me in this post on Facebook. You tube saved me quite a bit of time so no shame from me for learning new things. Mainly interior door panels on new year model vehicles always changing them up.


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Old 07-31-2020, 12:07 AM   #41
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Put the track back on a skid steer this morning with youtube. Was about 150 yards through thick yaupons. Was able to carry everything that was needed and get it fixed in short time.
That's awesome right there.
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Old 07-31-2020, 06:43 AM   #42
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To many to list. Has definitely saved me a lot of money!
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Old 07-31-2020, 06:47 AM   #43
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Sure, use it all the time. How to take apart and clean my reels, shotguns and just about anything else. I normally watch several videos.
I have found some were wrong on how to do things, like annealing brass. A guy posted to get it red hot. That isn't correct.
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Old 07-31-2020, 06:48 AM   #44
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used YT quite a bit to fix up my '98 ford ranger lease ride....Fuel Pump, Front end (ball joints, camber bolts, etc), AC Blend motor, automatic transfer case, the list goes on.
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All the time.

Youtube is probably the handiest website around right now.
Gota agree....it helped and saved me countless times
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Old 07-31-2020, 08:03 AM   #46
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The last time I used YouTube for a mechanical fix was when I replaced a water pump on a 1979 23 hp Kubota tractor. That little tractor is bullet proof.
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I go back to youtube each and every time I need to use my multimeter for anything more complicated than battery test. Don't think I'll ever remember all the little symbols, what plug the wires go in for certain tests, etc.
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YouTube rocks. It has helped me work up the courage to make a couple of different repairs to my washer and dryer.
The best trick I learned was fixing a dishwasher that made a horrible growling sound when it ran. I searched the problem and found a solution that was to put a cable tie on a part. The fix was so simple I almost didn't try it. As far as, I know the cable tie is still keeping the dishwasher quiet. That was about 8 years ago.
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Old 07-31-2020, 08:37 AM   #49
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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.
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Old 07-31-2020, 08:38 AM   #50
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YouTube rocks. It has helped me work up the courage to make a couple of different repairs to my washer and dryer.
The best trick I learned was fixing a dishwasher that made a horrible growling sound when it ran. I searched the problem and found a solution that was to put a cable tie on a part. The fix was so simple I almost didn't try it. As far as, I know the cable tie is still keeping the dishwasher quiet. That was about 8 years ago.
It can make you look like a genius to the wife...another benefit.
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