How to Clean Out the ENTIRE Fuel System (Vandalized with Sugar in Gas Tank)

How to Clean Out the ENTIRE Fuel System (Vandalized with Sugar in Gas Tank)



Sugar in the gas tank? Rust in your fuel lines? Clogged fuel injectors? Fill your car with diesel instead of gas? In this video I show you how to clean out the entire fuel system from how to clean the fuel tank, change the fuel pump, how to change the fuel filter, how to flush the fuel lines to how to clean the fuel injectors. So if you contaminated your fuel system, after watching this video you will be able to clean it out and get your car or truck running again!

In this case I bought a car that was vandalized and was totaled because someone spray painted the car, keyed the car, and put sugar in the gas tank. Since it was damaged, I got the car for 1/3 of what it is worth fixed up and I am showing you guys how to fix it on a budget to make it a perfectly good running car!

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What is the BEST Fuel to Use in Your Car or Truck and WHY

What is the BEST Fuel to Use in Your Car or Truck and WHY



Ever wonder what grade gasoline should you use in your car (what octane)? Are you paying for premium gas when you can just use regular? Are you using regular and damaging your engine? This video will bust all of the myths and tell you the FACTS on what fuel you should use and why.

Many people throw money away and fill their car with the incorrect fuel every day. Running premium or midgrade in a car designed to run regular is a waste of money and has no HP or MPG benefits. You will not make more power or get better fuel economy running premium fuel if the car manufacturer tunes the car to use regular gas in most cases. I also see some people run regular gas in cars that need premium and the knock sensors have to adjust timing significantly to prevent damaging engine knock. I also hear a lot of people say that premium gasoline has more energy or burns cooler or slower so I will put a rest to all of these “myths” with facts.

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How to Install a Hidden Kill Switch in your Car or Truck (Cheap Anti Theft System)

How to Install a Hidden Kill Switch in your Car or Truck (Cheap Anti Theft System)



Instead of installing an expensive car alarm system or using ineffective methods to prevent your car from getting stolen, learn how to install an inexpensive, hidden kill switch.

This kill switch is easy to install and anyone can do it at home with basic tools. It can also work along with your car’s current alarm system. How it works is it cuts the power to the fuel pump so you cannot jump start the car, hot wire it, or even push start it. In order to steal the car you need to tow it! It is better than a batter quick disconnect because your computer wont restart and you wont lose your radio stations.

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Everything You Need To Know About Ceramic Coatings

Everything You Need To Know About Ceramic Coatings



How Ceramic Coatings Work – What Is The Best Ceramic Coating?
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We are learning all about the world of ceramic coatings! We’ll learn: What is a 9H ceramic coating? How much do ceramic coatings cost? How to apply a ceramic coating? What is a nano coating? This is all thanks to XPEL who I’ve partnered with on the video to learn about the ever popular world of coatings. They’ve recently launched their new product Fusion Plus, and what I appreciate about XPEL is that they’re very realistic about what ceramic coatings can and can’t do.

If you’ve followed the ceramic coating craze lately, you may hear claims like these coatings completely preventing scratches and rock chips, or that you’ll never need to wash your car again. Not exactly accurate, but that’s not to take away from the very real benefits that these coatings provide, like the ease of maintaining your paint’s cleanliness, protection from things like tree sap, bug guts, and bird dropping, the deep, glossy appearance, and of course the very popular hydrophobic, or water-repelling, qualities.

So let’s start with how it works, why it’s useful, and then get into some of the more common misconceptions. XPEL’s ceramic coating, fusion plus, is a silicon based product. So you have a carrier fluid containing nano-particles, and these tiny particles create an inseparable bond with your paintwork that can’t easily be washed off like a wax or sealant. Really, one of the easiest ways to think about a ceramic coating is like a semi-permanent wax or sealant.

Regarding pricing for XPEL Fusion Plus, if a car is fully wrapped in paint protective film, it will be about $800 to $1,000 depending on the size of the vehicle and local labor rates. If paint correction is required, the cost will range from about $1,200 to $2,000, depending on the level of correction required and local labor rates.

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2001 F350 7.3 Diesel -VS- 3 Battery Jumpers, Can any Jump Start it?? NOCO, Audew, JNC Air

2001 F350 7.3 Diesel -VS- 3 Battery Jumpers, Can any Jump Start it?? NOCO, Audew, JNC Air



This was a fun test to make, not knowing what will happen is the biggest fun of it all, Since the 7.3 is such a big old school diesel engine i knew it was to put up a fight for sure an she did!!! Next video i want to see how many starts i can get per each jumper box on one full charge with the Silverado 5.3 engine.

Also i want to find a 6.7 started from a 2011-2017 F250 and see if that can fit and if that would improve the starting process perhaps????

If you were thinking about getting one of these chargers here are the links bellow, I would suggest the Audew because its the cheapest and seems to be the most capable, Noco would be my second choice because its bigger so im guessing it can jump start more times than Audew and the JNC Air is also great because its a compressor all in one and its capable of starting all sort of engines as well and pump some tires.

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How to Find and Repair Exhaust Leaks EASY (Without a Welder)

How to Find and Repair Exhaust Leaks EASY (Without a Welder)



Learn how to find exhaust leaks in your car or truck and then repair them without a welder using some common, inexpensive exhaust sealer products. To repair the exhaust leak you can use an exhaust putty, tape, or clamp.

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2017 Silverado Z71 Project – Full Build start to finish

2017 Silverado Z71 Project - Full Build start to finish



After the build was finished I did a 6” lift install and put on 35s, here is the full lift install video

Picked this Truck up for about $16,800 from insurance auction, it had only 700 miles. I ended up installing a 6″ lift on it an 35s, not shown in this video, but with all the repairs and different parts im about $27,000 total into this truck. Not to bad for a $50,000 truck, yes its salvage title, but who cares i did all the work so i know this truck like the back of my hand and i know i tried to do thing the best because i was doing it for myself. Hope you guys enjoyed the video.

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It was time to put in 35s, my kids love the lifted truck, it’s like a play house now haha. Little guy Matthew was helping out with the wheels. Truck looks pretty awesome, wife and the kids need steps now… AMP Power steps perhaps!!?

Tires are 35×12.5 Firestone Destination MT2
Wheels are 20×9 -12mm Fuel D552
Lift is a 6.5″ Zone (BDS sister)

Here is the cost so far:

Truck $16,800
Auction fee: $700
Dealer fee: $150
Towing $500
Upper control arm $60
Front Axle $100 + ($100 passenger side)
New tire and mount $300
Smog test $50
Brake and light inspect $40
Truck scales $10
Alignment $50
Seat air bag $235
Seat belts x2 $150
Different Wheels/Tires $100
Seat cover repair $50
Fender black $350
Rear door black $350
Freight cost $100
Rocker panel $200
Front door $350
Freight cost $150
Rocker panel install $700
Both roof airbags with shipping $1,100
Tow mirrors with harness $200
Driver pillar handle $40
Garage opener upgrade $60
Paint and prep $1,000
35″ Tires OTD with discounts $1,000
20×9 Fuel wheels $1,180
TPMS Sensors $80
Zone lift $1,000
Front valance $330
Alignment $60
Sold 18″ fuel wheels & tires (- $1,600)
Sold 2 damaged doors (-$240)
Sold stock mirrors (-$300)
Sold stock harness (-$100)
Sold pasanger side step (-$60)

Current Total: $25,335
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What Is Engine Braking? What Is A Jake Brake?

What Is Engine Braking? What Is A Jake Brake?



What Is Engine Braking? What Is A Jake Brake?
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How does engine braking work? How do you engine brake with a manual transmission? How does a jake brake work? How do diesel cars engine brake? This video will look at gasoline engine braking (through creating a vacuum after the throttle body), and diesel engine braking. Diesel engines have two main forms of engine braking, exhaust brakes and jake brakes, which open the exhaust valve when the compression stroke is close to TDC.

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How to change rear Differential Fluid (detailed version)

How to change rear Differential Fluid (detailed version)



Learn how to change your rear differential fluid. In this process I unbolt the differential cover (pumpkin cover) because there is no drain plug. Then I make my own gasket with RTV because I couldnt get a gasket for this differential. Only basic tools are needed and anyone could do this job. Remember to “thumbs up” the video if you found it helpful and leave a question/comment below. This is fast and easy maintenance to do to keep your car or truck in tip-top shape.

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