This was a 4.0L Jeep Wrangler that was towed to me that had thrown a rod. The back of the Jeep was covered in oil. It was splattering oil out of a hole in the oil pan. You can even see part of the connecting rod sticking out of the oil pan. I wanted to rev it up and scatter it, but the vehicle didn't belong to me and the owner didn't like the idea! Thanks for watching. Please subscribe.
Why Crack Smokers Shouldn't Install Car Batteries
I didn't do this. I saw this at work today. Someone previously had
trouble installing a battery in an Acura TL. They put cigarette lighters
between the battery hold down and the battery. If you smoke, don't hate
me. I smoked for about 15 years before I quit.
Brake Rotor Worn Down to the Vents
This is a short video of a Ford Expedition with some neglected brakes. The
vehicle was driven with brakes grinding metal-to metal until, not only the
vents were contacting the pads, but the caliper pistons were hyper-extended
so all the brake fluid came out. If your brakes are making noise, don't
wait until you can't stop to check them. Subscribe to
youtube.com/roadragecustoms. Then fix it yourself!
How to Repack Trailer Wheel Bearings DIY
During the recent flood in North Georgia / Metro Atlanta, My Dad's flatbed
trailer was completely submerged under deep, muddy water for an extended
time. The brakes, bearings, and electrical connections were damaged and /
or corroded. This video shows how to clean and repack the wheel bearings.
Hopefully, soon I'll upload the video of all I did to the front axle,
trailer brakes, etc.
Who needs rods?
this is a video of my friend Joe drifting his 240, throwing a rod, then
drifting some more. lol.
Full size Chevy van engine AMAZING blow up scatter 4.3 v-6
This thing blew the freak up! It threw 2 rods and the pistons out of the
bottom, and KEPT on running until it finally locked up the other 4 rods!
Amazing blow up for sure! The other good part about this..
It used to belong to my boss. KUDOS to the one at the throttle for not
getting scared and letting off when it scattered!
Engine Running NO OIL - NO SUMP - Seized Soild on Camera
Messing with a Mitsubishi Lancer
There are loads of videos where people run an engine at full rev with no
oil in it, and the engine seizes.
Running it a medium rev, I wanted to see how long it would run with no
lubrication, and I was surprised.
However if the car was driving and the engine was under load, it would be
dead in minutes!
How long will an Engine run without oil?
I recently found this dusty VHS tape of a test I did for an Engine Oil
Additive company. In the early 90's, I tested this friction reducing
additive. The product was actually pretty good but the company is not
around any more.
I had to edit it this way because some scenes showed/named the place that
allowed me to perform the test & donated the car. We ran the product in the
engine for a 1/2 hour, then drained it & ran it without oil. We actually
placed bets on how long it would run.... times ran from 10 to 51 min. The
engine ran the full 51min at about 1000-1500 rpm. Since the the last time
on the betting chart was met, we then revved the P*** out of it till it
went up in smoke. 56 min of total run time & the last 5 were at high revs.
She put up one hell of a fight!!!
**** obviously DO NOT run any engine for any amount of time with out oil
2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Engine Noise (4.0L) - EricTheCarGuy
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This was a strange one, a little more than a week after I put a starter on
this engine it comes back with this horrible engine noise and I decided to
investigate. I wasn't able to find the source of the noise and later in
the day after they took the Jeep back the engine apparently let go for
good. My friend then sold it to someone with a salvage yard and I haven't
been able to get hold of him to find out what happened to it. I hope I'm
able to track down the new owner and find out what the deal was with it and
post a video response when I do, till then I'm afraid it's going to remain
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My engine threw a rod
...my engine threw a rod
Alright because of a number of users claiming that I was "revving the
motor" I felt like I should explain in detail what happened. So many assume
that because the car was performance oriented that that makes the owner
drive like an idiot.
Anyway my old motor (original stock motor) was having to many problems and
I decided to get a newer used motor. I wanted a jdm swap but didn't have
the money and needed the car running again asap. I instead got a used motor
from a local salvage yard (moraine auto parts). I had just picked up the
car from the shop that day and was heading straight to work when this all
happened. The shop switched my painted valve cover out (which I thought was
nice) thats why it looks like its the same motor as before but its not.
Anyway I'm driving along and I notice the engine noise is getting louder
and sort of whining sound. Obviously we know what happened now because of
the video but when the rod actually blew I nearly crapped my pants. I was
in the middle of highway traffic and could have lost control etc and died.
The aftermath is I towed the car right back to the shop, missed work that
day, and a friend picked me up. The shop inspected the motor and called me
the next day and told me the reason the motor went bad is because the
intake side of the head wasn't getting any oil. After another motor was put
in and I came to pick it up they let me see the one that blew up. I'm glad
I didn't have to pay for the second motor replacement or labor again. They
called the salvage yard and bitched them out pretty good for me LOL.
I come to find out later that this salvage yard is very bad. We aren't
talking a reputable place like Hmotorsonline etc. The engines just sit
outside on the ground or back in a "barn" all year long out in the rain and
snow. Thats what they call "fresh".