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BMW 330i 325i E46 Tie Rod Replacement
 
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How to change the complete tie rod assembly on an E46 BMW 3 series. This procedure would basically be the same for almost any vehicle.
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BMW E46 & E39 Most Common Vacuum Leaks P0171 & P0174
 
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DISA Rebuild Kit from German Auto Solutions for 3.0L only: https://amzn.to/2OLJy5h DISA Rebuild Kit from German Auto Solutions for 2.2L and 2.5L: https://amzn.to/2LTq00Z Lower Intake Boot (for 3.0L): https://amzn.to/2naPl7z Lower Intake Boot (for 2.2/2.5L): https://amzn.to/2OdDEZd CCV replacement kit: https://amzn.to/2M2urFX CCV cold climate kit: https://amzn.to/2AJNHUi The P0171 and P0174 codes will plague every owner of an E46 or E39 BMW at some point in their lives. So, 99 times out of 100 they are caused by a vacuum leak and on the M54/M52 engine there are a few common causes of vacuum leaks. So common that I'd say 95% of cases will be covered by what I go over in this video. I also talk about what a vacuum leak is, how a MAF sensor works, and so on. One thing I don't cover in this video is how to test your oxygen sensors to see if they are working. I will do that in a future video. Please also take a look at these other videos I've published: E46 Common Repair Steps https://youtu.be/Zt3XFkd97dc E46 CCV Replace & Intake Removal (Part 1) - See It Clearly! https://youtu.be/ZDP8Dma0nUs E46 CCV Replace & Intake Removal (Part 2) - Put It Back Together! https://youtu.be/3Mrofw6rRHU Good luck!
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Oil Filter Housing Gasket Change
 
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Update on Mar 13, 2015: I've been made aware that I didn't have to drain all the oil out of my engine during this video. I could have just slowly opened the oil filter cap to let air in and the oil would have drained back into the oil pan. Makes sense to me because the oil filter housing attaches about midway up the engine. So give that a try when you do this job--makes for one less thing to do! ----------------------------------- Step by step on how to change the oil filter housing gasket on a 2002 BMW 330i E46 Sedan. I cover everything in great detail and leave nothing out. This video applies to all E46 cars from 1998-2006. The oil filter housing gasket BMW part number is: 11421719855 You can find the fan removal tools here: http://amzn.to/2j4dHMW
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Fuel Pressure Regulator Replacement (M54 engine)
 
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See how to replace the combination fuel filter/fuel pressure regulator on an E46 BMW with an M54 engine. This would be the 325i or 330i models with the 2.5L and 3.0L engines that used a returnless type fuel system. The older 323/328i models had the M52TU engine and those used a return type fuel system. I will cover those models in a future video.
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BMW 330i 325i E46 DISA Valve Operation Test
 
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How to completely test your DISA valve, also called the Intake Manifold Resonance Valve, for functionality before you decide to repair it. You will find this valve on an M54 engine in a BMW E46 3 series, an E39 5 series, or an E53 X5 3.0i. If you want to go one step further than the whole finger over the hole test, I'll show you how to confirm the complete electrical functionality of the unit. This video will also teach you how the valve operates. DISA is an acronym for "DIfferenzierte SAuganlage" or differentiated intake. It changes the length of the passage the air travels through inside the intake manifold. At low engine speeds you want the air to travel through a longer tube to produce torque most efficiently, and at high engine speeds you want that tube to be short. This is why your BMW engine is so torquey compared to, say, a Honda engine, which doesn't start to pick up until you rev it really high.
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Using Fuel Trims To Diagnose Engine Problems P0171 P0174
 
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This video explores vacuum leaks and fuel system delivery problems in depth by using an OBD2 scanner to look at fuel trims and determine what kind of problem an engine has.
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How To Recharge an A/C System Professionally
 
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Mountain 8205 R-134a Manifold Gauge Set: https://amzn.to/2LSDhXu A/C refrigerant can tap: https://amzn.to/2OITwEg U/V flashlight & UV blocking safety glasses (protect your eyes!): https://amzn.to/2nbWKnb If your A/C isn't blowing as cold as it used you, some of your refrigerant has probably leaked out due to a leaky schrader valve in one of the service ports. In this video I will show you how to inject ultraviolet dye into the system to check for leaks, as well as how to use a manifold gauge set and vacuum pump to refill your system with refrigerant. If there is still refrigerant in your system, you will need to have it evacuated by a shop with a refrigerant recovery machine before you can perform any repairs such as replacing schrader valves or o-rings or any other component. You can buy UV dye and a UV flash light at any automotive parts store. Remember to use UV protection when using the flash light. When recharging your system, you should put in the amount of refrigerant that is recommended by the vehicle's manufacturer. There is usually a sticker under the hood telling you how much you need to put in. In the case where you don't have a sticker, you can go by the pressures displayed on your gauge set. The following chart should help you to figure out the proper pressures for your vehicle: R134a Pressure-Temperature Chart Ambient Humidity Low-side High-Side Temp PSI PSI 70 Low 25 to 30 140 to 190 High 28 to 35 165 to 220 80 Low 26 to 33 150 to 200 High 30 to 36 190 to 260 90 Low 31 to 37 170 to 220 High 37 to 45 210 to 290 100 Low 35 to 44 195 to 245 High 38 to 48 230 to 320 110 Low 40 to 50 235 to 285 High 42 to 52 260 to 350
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Replace Steering Giubo
 
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How to replace a steering giubo, or flex disc, on an E46 BMW 3-series. The steering giubo is a rubber disc that absorbs vibrations in the steering system and it can become worn and degraded over time, resulting in excessive steering wheel play.
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BMW Fan Removal Methods - Remove Impossible Fan Nuts!
 
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Wanna know how to get that fan off? I show you how in this video by using a special set of tools you can buy here: https://amzn.to/2vj6MqX I also show you how to do it with a pry bar and/or long screw driver and a 12" adjustable wrench, which you may already have. But, maybe you are someone who is struggling with a fan clutch nut that is seized or rusted on and is just impossible to remove. Well, I've got a fool proof way you can get it out and this will work on any M52/M54 engine, which includes the E46/E39/E53, etc. Basically any 6 cylinder BMW engine. Good luck and post a comment below to let me know how it goes for you if you try my method!
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How To Inspect Your Suspension
 
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Technically this shows you how to inspect your rear suspension, but if you know the full history of your car, meaning that you've never replaced any of the struts, then whatever condition your rear suspension is in I guarantee you your front suspension is the same. So if the rear struts are gone, the fronts are as well. Even though I'm showing this on my E46 BMW, this video will apply to most passenger cars.
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Changing Engine and Transmission Mounts
 
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See how I changed the engine and transmission mounts on my 2002 330i E46 BMW in this video with an extremely helpful tip on how to remove the hard to get at nuts on the top of the transmission mounts. Why would you want to change these mounts, you ask? Well, does your car vibrate like crazy when you're idling at a stoplight? Does it drive you crazy? Well it drives me crazy for sure and I put a stop to it by changing my mounts. Seriously, it feels like a brand new car now! Harbor Freight Universal Joints #67920: http://goo.gl/kpvGJi Harbor Freight 3/8" Impact Extensions #67926: http://goo.gl/37V4ze When I buy harbor freight I usually buy the impact stuff because if the steel is cheap and gonna "fail", at least it'll fail by twisting rather than shattering.
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BMW 330i 325i E46 CCV Replace & Intake Removal (Part 1) - See It Clearly! P0171 P0174 Repair
 
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Frustrated with those other CCV replacement videos where they basically tell you to fish those tubes through the intake manifold blind? Well in my video I go ahead and remove the intake manifold, which lets you get access to replace a lot of vacuum lines and other components, and in doing so I give you a view of exactly how to fish the CCV tube through the manifold and connect it to the oil separator so that you can SEE what you need to do clearly, should you decide not to remove it. In this video I work on my 2002 BMW 330i. To see the video on how to remove all the usual suspects: https://youtu.be/Zt3XFkd97dc I also clean the throttle body and idle air control valve, which really gave me a boost in responsiveness, by the way. In part 2 I will show you the various vacuum lines you can replace as well as the intake manifold gasket and I show you how to put everything back together. Look for that next week! Silicone vacuum hose 3.5mm: https://amzn.to/2AGXKt1 To get a set of the cold climate CCV components: https://amzn.to/2AJNHUi Which consists of: 11617533400 - oil separator 11617533398 - valve cover to separator tube 11617533399 - intake manifold to separator tube 11157532629 - oil dipstick drain tube 11617504536 - intake manifold return tube To get a set of the standard CCV components: https://amzn.to/2M2urFX Which consists of: 11617501566 - oil separator 11611432559 - valve cover to separator tube 11617504535 - intake manifold to separator tube 11157532649 - oil dipstick drain tube 11617504536 - intake manifold return tube To get an Intake Manifold Gasket Set: https://amzn.to/2AHL3yb
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Brake Bleeding Using INPA
 
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How to bleed your brakes using the INPA software that comes with this K+DCAN Cable that you buy off of eBay: http://goo.gl/JXoKXH See my video on Brake Pressure Bleeding: https://youtu.be/_LLJXUbQkdA Thanks for watching!
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Front Strut & Rear Shock Replacement
 
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How to replace the front struts and rear shocks on an E46 BMW.
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BMW X5 4.4i E53 Differential Fluid Flush
 
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How to change the front and rear differential fluid on an E53 2001 BMW X5.
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BMW 330i 325i E46 CCV Replace & Intake Removal (Part 2) - Put It Back Together! P0171 P0174 Repair
 
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Frustrated with those other CCV replacement videos where they basically tell you to fish those tubes through the intake manifold blind? Well in my video I go ahead and remove the intake manifold, which lets you get access to replace a lot of vacuum lines and other components, and in doing so I give you a view of exactly how to fish the CCV tube through the manifold and hook it to the oil separator so that you can SEE what you need to do clearly, should you decide not to remove it. To see the video on how to remove all the usual suspects: https://youtu.be/Zt3XFkd97dc In this video I work on my 2002 BMW 330i. I also clean the throttle body and idle air control valve, which really gave me a boost in responsiveness, by the way. In this part I show you the various vacuum lines you can replace as well as the intake manifold gasket and I show you how to put everything back together. To get a set of the cold climate CCV components: http://goo.gl/RDA6wX Which consists of: 11617533400 - oil separator 11617533398 - valve cover to separator tube 11617533399 - intake manifold to separator tube 11157532629 - oil dipstick drain tube 11617504536 - intake manifold return tube To get a set of the standard CCV components: http://goo.gl/91Qxz2 Which consists of: 11617501566 - oil separator 11611432559 - valve cover to separator tube 11617504535 - intake manifold to separator tube 11157532649 - oil dipstick drain tube 11617504536 - intake manifold return tube To get an Intake Manifold Gasket Set: http://goo.gl/pmeFKd https://instagram.com/the50skid
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Oil Change and Inspection
 
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Learn how to change your oil and perform a Service Inspection on your E46 BMW. Print out my Check List here: https://goo.gl/jteWzD The part number for the little o-rings inside the oil filter cap: 11421744001
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Oil Pan Gasket Replacement
 
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Victor Reinz Oil Pan Gasket: https://amzn.to/2ndNHSW Yay, it's finally here! I know you've all been waiting a long time for this video so Merry Christmas, lol! Make sure you check out the E46 Common Repair Steps video before you proceed with this one: https://youtu.be/Zt3XFkd97dc Anyway, in this video I show you how to replace the oil pan gasket on an E46 BMW. You will need an engine support bar to do this job, such as this one: http://amzn.to/2i1Q9vr Here are the important things to know: * If you have an automatic transmission, there are ATF cooler lines running from the trans up to the ATF cooler which is underneath the expansion tank. These lines are held to the oil pan with a bracket, but they are also held to the transmission with a bracket. You should unscrew both brackets to make it easier to get them out of the way. There are 21 short bolts, 2 medium bolts, 2 long bolts, and 3 e-torx bolts holding the oil pan on. Make sure you get them all out before you start banging or prying on the oil pan. Other than that, it's not too difficult. One other thing you might want to install while you have the oil pan off is this: https://rallyroad.net/products/securedoilpumpnutkitforbmw6-cylinder It prevents your oil pump nut from loosening and coming off. This is really only a problem for the 3.0 engine and mostly for racers who spend a large amount of time at the upper RPM range (nobody knows exactly what speed) where a sympathetic vibration develops and causes the nut to loosen.
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2001 Kia Sportage Oil Leak Valve Cover Gasket Repair
 
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How to properly diagnose and repair an oil leak by tracing where it's coming from on the engine. By doing this I determined it was coming from the valve cover gasket, which I proceed to change in this video. This vehicle is 14 years old and has about 165k miles on it and this is right around when the rubber gaskets start to typically go. Changing your valve cover gasket is a great preventative maintenance job that will keep you from failing a smog check!
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How to Replace and Bench Bleed a Brake Master Cylinder
 
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Learn how to replace a leaky brake master cylinder in this video. I also show you how to bench bleed the new cylinder before installing it on the car and also how to bleed the brakes once you've installed it. This is on a 2001 Kia Sportage but that is unimportant. The information in this video is universal to all cars without anti-lock brakes.
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Common Repair Steps
 
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To buy the special fan wrench & pulley holder: http://amzn.to/2j4dHMW Whenever you do just about any job on an E46 3-series BMW, such as my 2002 330i, you have to do at least some of these at the beginning of every repair job. I figured I'd do a video that just contained all of these steps in case you are unfamiliar with any of them. This video should help get you up to speed and comfortable with what I call "the usual suspects" on the E46 such as: Jacking up the car Removing the air scoop Removing the fan & fan shroud Removing the micro filter and filter housing Removing the engine covers Removing the air filter box Removing the upper intake boot Removing the DISA valve, also called the Intake Adjuster Valve Removing the heat shield that protects the brake booster & electronics box area Removing the lower intake boot Removing the accessory belts I used the rebuild kit from German Auto Solutions to rebuild my DISA valve: http://www.germanautosolutions.com/bmw_solutions/disa_products/m54_m52tu/m54_disa_repair_kit/product_m54_disa_repair_kit.php Thanks for watching!
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Window Regulator Replacement
 
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Step-by-step on how to replace a window regulator on an BMW E46 3 series with helpful tips on what to do if your window is stuck in the open or closed position because the regulator has jammed.
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Honda Odyssey Valve Cover Gasket Replacement
 
29:15
In this video I cover how to trace an oil leak back to its source, which ended up being a leaky valve cover gasket on this 2000 Honda Odyssey. I show you how to change that gasket and there's also some interesting information on what happens when you don't change your PCV valve.
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Odyssey Transmission Fluid Change
 
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How to change the transmission fluid on a 2000 Honda Odyssey
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How To Replace Rear Drum Brakes and Properly Bed In (2000 Honda Odyssey)
 
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How to do a complete rear drum brake job on a 2000 Honda Odyssey. This video will apply to any car with Leading/Trailing Shoe drum brakes, which is the most common type on automobiles today, particularly those with front wheel drive. You will learn how to replace the shoes and clean the self-adjuster, how to properly lubricate all the moving components as well as how to adjust the self adjusting mechanism when putting the drum back on. And of course, if you had to machine your drums like I did or purchase new ones (remember to clean the protective oil off new brake drums with brake cleaner!), you'll have to perform a bed-in procedure, which I explain at the end of the video. Drum brakes might look complicated at first but once you become familiar with them you'll realize they're pretty easy!
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BMW X5 4.4i E53 Steering Rack Replacement Part 1
 
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How to replace the steering rack and power steering pump on an E53 BMW X5. A while back this vehicle had an accident where the cooling fan exploded and sent plastic shards into the radiator and power steering fluid reservoir. Those plastic bits ended up circulating in the power steering system and caused it to fail, which effectively made it a manual steering vehicle. In a previous video I had replaced the power steering pump, however that did not solve the problem, so this time I am replacing the pump and the steering rack and I'm also removing all the lines from the car and blowing them out with compressed air. This procedure will show you how to lower the subframe while supporting the engine above with an engine support bar. You would also need to do this if you wanted to change the oil pan gasket, so this video should help you if you need to do that job. Good luck and I hope this helps.
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2011 Hyundai Sonata Oil Change
 
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If you've clicked on this video it's because you have absolutely no do-it-yourself auto experience and you want to learn, and that's great! This is the first step you need to take. You'll learn how to jack up your car using the jack your vehicle comes supplied with and properly support it with jack stands. You'll learn about a few tools you may need to get your oil filter free. You'll learn a few things about choosing the proper grade of oil and finally what to do with the old dirty engine oil.
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Honda Odyssey Idle Control Valve and EGR Port Cleaning (P0401)
 
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In this video I show you how to disassemble the intake manifold on a 2000 Honda Odyssey to clean the Idle Control Valve. Problems such as a hunting or surging idle can usually be caused by cleaning this valve or replacing it. In my case I had a faster than usual idle. I also show you how to clean the EGR port in the manifold which gets clogged up with carbon and causes you to get a P0401 code. To disassemble the Idle Control Valve to better clean it, you will need to get a TS15 5-point Star Bit, as the screw heads are not normal torx (which have a 6 pointed star). I purchased this set from Amazon: Silverhill 5 Point Star Tamper Proof Bit Set, 10 Piece http://goo.gl/IME8ng
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Common CCV Failure P0171 P0174 Quick Preview
 
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When I first bought my car used last year it had the dreaded P0171 & P0174 codes as well as P0300 and others. The car idled rough until it warmed up. I fixed the problem by changing the cracked and brittle valve cover gasket as well as replacing the CCV to oil dipstick tube return hose, which was cracked just like you see in this video. So when I was in the junk yard the other day, I saw this perfect opportunity to show a perfect view of exactly where this hose is and where it goes to so that you know what to look for when you get underneath your car. Step-by-step repair video to follow real soon...
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Brake Booster Replacement (No Bleeding Required!)
 
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How to replace the brake booster on an E46, specifically a 2002 BMW 330i, without having to drain the brake fluid and remove the master cylinder or the DSC unit. If you are interested in the rebuild kit I used to fix my DISA unit, you can find it here: http://germanautosolutions.com/bmw_solutions/disa_products/m54_m52tu/m54_disa_repair_kit/product_m54_disa_repair_kit.php
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Front Bumper Repair
 
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How to fix some minor front bumper damage on an E46. If you don't know how to get the bumper on and off, you'll find out how in this vid.
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Honda Accord Odyssey Element V6 Timing Belt Replacement Part 2
 
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Conclusion to how to replace a timing belt on a Honda V6 J-Series engine, specifically a 2000 Honda Odyssey. I start with the hardest part, crank pulley bolt, and go step by step from there. When you're done with this series you'll have complete confidence to do this job. To get the crank pulley tool: http://goo.gl/GoEtKq
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2000 Honda Odyssey Stripped Oil Pan Drain Plug Repair
 
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An easy way to repair a stripped oil pan drain plug situation. This repair applies to aluminum oil drain pans common to Hondas. The aluminum threads in the drain pan are easily stripped by over torquing. You can manage an easy repair if you are lucky. Check it out!
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Brake Pressure Bleeding (and Fix for Endless Bubbles)
 
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UPDATE 4/28/15: Another helpful tip for cleaning your rusty bleed nipples is to use a wire wheel on a bench grinder or a wire brush attachment for your cordless drill. Wire brushes are excellent for cleaning rust off metal parts. This is a video on how to use a home made pressure bleeder to bleed your brakes and also what to do if you get endless bubbles during bleeding. Don't waste brake fluid trying to figure out what's going on! I did this repair on my 2002 BMW 330i, but this video will apply to any E46, or really any vehicle with hydraulic brakes. The only thing you would need to change is which cap you use for your particular brake reservoir. Just make sure you have an AIR TIGHT cap! A pressure bleeder will not work if your cap leaks. The cap I used for the E46 reservoir is a modified Dorman Help! 42035 which was available at my local Pep Boys store here in California. It is also available from Amazon.com: http://goo.gl/QNqrM3 Good luck bleeding your brakes.
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Honda Odyssey Power Steering Flush & Line Replace
 
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How to drain the power steering fluid on a 2000 Honda Odyssey and replace a leaky hose.
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BMW X5 E53 Transfer Case Rebuild Step by Step - Part 1
 
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A while back I made a video about rebuilding the transfer case on the X5 when it chews up the front axle shaft splines, but I wasn't able to film the step by step on it because it was very windy where the car was stranded plus I just didn't have time. Well... I had to redo the job because the transfer case was leaking! Arg. In this video series I will show you exactly why it leaked and exactly what not to do so that you don't get leaks if you ever change your chain or buy a new gear to transplant into your transfer case. You should definitely look at my previous video for more details on sealing up the transfer case properly plus information about the chain: https://youtu.be/6scKbgCfg2k
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BMW X5 4.4i E53 Power Steering Pump Replacement
 
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How to replace a power steering pump on an E53 2001 BMW X5 4.4i. The power steering is very sluggish and basically non-existent on the vehicle. At first I try draining the fluid and replacing it but that was unsuccessful so I later move on to replacing the pump with a used one I got from a junkyard. Unfortunately, even though the pump was working during my test drive--it stopped working shortly thereafter so there will be a follow up to this video where I replace the entire steering rack and completely flush out all the lines to make sure there is zero debris in the system. But, this video is still an excellent tutorial on how to drain/flush your PS fluid and change the pump on any BMW with the popular 4.4 liter V8 engine.
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BMW 330i 325i E46 Rear Brake Job Changing Pads
 
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How to change the rear brake pads on your BMW E46. This same procedure would apply for the front brake pads as well. Lots of informative info on this very common and easy to do DIY. This is the third video in my series on fixing the brakes on my 2002 BMW 330i. Be sure to also check out: Brake Booster Replacement: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HFMrYUH-Ig Brake Pressure Bleeding: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LLJXUbQkdA
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BMW X5 4.4i E53 Transfer Case Rebuild
 
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The failure of the transfer case on an E53 is a pattern failure. It's not a matter of if, but when you will experience this failure. For some people, the chain inside the case will stretch to the point of causing the cogs to skip a tooth. For others, like us, the splines on the gear that drives the front driveshaft will fail and get chewed up, which means you'll either have to rebuild the case or buy a new one. In this video I present an overview on what was necessary to remove the transfer case from the vehicle and I then take it back to my shop to dissect it and determine what the exact failure was. I then take you through the process of replacing the chain, if that is your failure, and finally I get it back in the car.
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Ford 4.6L V8 Intake Manifold Cracked or Melted Coolant Inlet Fix
 
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This is a very common problem to Ford vehicles with the 4.6 liter engine. In fact, there was even a class action lawsuit against Ford because of all the failures--but it's too late to get in on it. The manifolds have an integrated coolant passage on the front of them which, on the older version, was all plastic and would melt or crack. On the new version it still cracks because, even though the upgraded Ford part has a mostly aluminum runner, it still mates to the head with plastic. Dorman makes a replacement part 615-175 with a lifetime warranty so if it ever fails you can get another one for free. That's what I decided to install in this video. You can get that here: http://www.amazon.com/Dorman-615-175-Intake-Manifold/dp/B000CIXMIC Actually Dorman makes two versions of this manifold. The 615-175 is for 2001 and up vehicles (not sure what the cut off date is) and the 615-178 is for older 1996-2000 models. The vehicles affected by this failure are (sorry I seem to have lost my list of the various years for each model): Ford Explorer Ford Mustang GT Ford Crown Victoria Mercury Grand Marquis Lincoln Town Car Hope this helps everybody.
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BMW X5 4.4i E53 Front Lower Control Arm and Sway Bar Link Replacement
 
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How to replace the front lower control arms and sway bar links on an E53 2001 BMW X5 4.4i. The symptoms of worn out control arms are brake shudder at speeds of 50-60mph. Very worn out control arms will cause other handling problems. You can verify if your sway bars are worn by jacking your car up, grasping the wheel at 12 and 6 o'clock and rocking the tire in and out. If you see what you see in this video, you need to replace your control arms.
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Nissan Altima Power Steering Pump Replace
 
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In addition to being a how to replace a part video, this is also a how not to diagnose a noise problem video as well, because I am assuming the noise is coming from the power steering pump because it sounds sooooo much like that noise, however I realize now I should have checked everything else I could before I condemned it.
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BMW X5 E53 Transfer Case Rebuild Step by Step - Part 2
 
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This is part 2 of this series. To see part 1: https://youtu.be/fEptvV9ga7Q A while back I made a video about rebuilding the transfer case on the X5 when it chews up the front axle shaft splines, but I wasn't able to film the step by step on it because it was very windy where the car was stranded plus I just didn't have time. Well... I had to redo the job because the transfer case was leaking! Arg. In this video series I will show you exactly why it leaked and exactly what not to do so that you don't get leaks if you ever change your chain or buy a new gear to transplant into your transfer case. You should definitely look at my previous video for more details on sealing up the transfer case properly plus information about the chain: https://youtu.be/6scKbgCfg2k
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How to Change Front Brake Pads on a Honda Odyssey
 
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How to Change Front Brake Pads on a Honda Odyssey
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Honda Accord Odyssey Element V6 Timing Belt Replacement Part 1
 
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See how to replace a timing belt on a Honda V6 J-Series engine, specifically a 2000 Honda Odyssey. I start with the hardest part, crank pulley bolt, and go step by step from there. When you're done with this series you'll have complete confidence to do this job. Part 2 of this video: https://youtu.be/89bhLwi12z4 To get the crank pulley tool: http://goo.gl/GoEtKq
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How to Change Engine Mounts on a Kia Sportage
 
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How to Change Engine Mounts on a 2001 Kia Sportage. This was deceptively easy at first glance but much harder in practice.
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BMW X5 4.4i E53 Steering Rack Replacement Part 2
 
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This is part 2 of how to replace the steering rack and power steering pump on an E53 BMW X5. See part 1 here: https://youtu.be/aLevezPHueI A while back this vehicle had an accident where the cooling fan exploded and sent plastic shards into the radiator and power steering fluid reservoir. Those plastic bits ended up circulating in the power steering system and caused it to fail, which effectively made it a manual steering vehicle. In a previous video I had replaced the power steering pump, however that did not solve the problem, so this time I am replacing the pump and the steering rack and I'm also removing all the lines from the car and blowing them out with compressed air. This procedure will show you how to lower the subframe while supporting the engine above with an engine support bar. You would also need to do this if you wanted to change the oil pan gasket, so this video should help you if you need to do that job. Good luck and I hope this helps.
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