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How to Drive a Manual/ Stick Shift
Learn the very basics of how to drive a manual!
Double Clutch tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSup4MLX2GU
PS. Yes it is an Audi TT and yes that is my BOV and TT does not stand for
"Twin turbo" haha!
How To Change Your Oil (Full) - EricTheCarGuy
How To Change Your Oil (Full) - EricTheCarGuy
Here is the 'uncut' version of the oil change video that I did some time
ago, the one thing I wish I had done differently in this video is that I
would have shown putting a little bit of oil into the filter before
installation as this would help with lubrication during start up.
Click below and Stay Dirty
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Toyota FT-1 Concept! The Next Supra? - The Downshift Ep. 73
On this episode of The Downshift, we talk with the designers of Toyota's
new FT-1 concept, the car that could become the next Toyota Supra. The
concept was designed by Calty Design Research who has been responsible for
some of the Toyota brands most interesting designs including the FJ Cruiser
concept, 2000 Celica and the Scion tC. Could the FT-1 concept make its way
to market and usher in a new era of Toyota sports cars? Only time will
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The 600 HP APR Stage 3 Audi TTRS - /TUNED
Alabama is the last place you'd expect to find one of the world's largest
tuner companies for German cars, but here, at this facility, APR provides
hardware and software to thousands of Audi and VW customers every month.
Matt helps them with some development testing by providing opinions on
their new Stage 3 package for the Audi TTRS, producing 560 horsepower at the wheels in
a car based on the VW Golf!
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!
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*This video is an EXPERIMENT I wanted to try on my car, and is for
INFORMATIONAL purposes ONLY. This fix is for off-road use. The content
shown in this video is not intended to encourage emissions test cheating.
I enjoy the process of testing theory because you always learn something
new, regardless of the outcome.
Using a spark plug defouler kit, I install a "buffer" in between the
downstream oxygen sensor and the catalytic converter. Quite often,
frustrated car owners get the P0420 code for reasons other than a bad cat.
I have heard of people getting the code just because they removed the
converter and reinstalled it. It can also happen if you run your vehicle
out of gas etc... etc...
It is also common for car owners to get the P0420 code, replace the
converter, and both o2 sensors-- only to have the code come back after 1000
miles or so. This can be a very frustrating, time consuming and of
course-- expensive venture. Here is one way to resolve the issue. Good
luck and have fun!
O1V ZF Tiptronic transmission fluid & filter change w/ motor oil change Audi A4
Still editing this vid of my Audi A4 B5. Check your own specs and jacking
procedures! Day before, consider hitting the pan bolts and plugs w/ liquid
wrench and placing magnets. Start with car barely warmed up (and turned
off). Should start w/ ATF below 30 C. Safely jack whole car totally level
on stands. Remove plastic skid plate. Get the oil draining. Crack the 17mm
fill plug on the tran pan (to be sure you can fill) then remove 8mm plug to
start draining. Pull and replace the motor oil filter, lubing seal w/ oil
and HAND tightening only. If oil has stopped draining, you can put in oil
plug and NEW crush washer and torque to spec (30 ft lbs?). Fill w/ oil
listed on audi technical service bulletin! When ATF slows to trickle, put
the old plug in so it doesn't drip on your face while you remove the
twelvetymillion torx bolts and remove the pan. Remove the two filter bolts
and twist a bit to pull it and rubber neck gasket (red on mine) out. Wipe
of mating surface for pan. Lube new filter's gasket w clean ATF and install
to (low) torque specs. Wipe pan and its magnets very clean (no lint, no
solvents), remove the fill plug and test that your ATF pump hose will fit
correctly. Install the new 8 mm drain plug (01V321377?) and it's integral
washer, but wait to torque. Position new gasket on trany pan, and put the
four corner bolts in first. It's easier than you think to hold the pan w/ 1
hand and start the bolts with the other - no adhesive. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN
pan bolts!! I tested my drill with a torque wrench and found a setting
below 6 lb ft. to install all the Torx bolts, then went in star pattern
with torque wrench to my 7lb spec. Make two passes at torqueing (not
twerking!) or mark them, so you don't miss one like I did. Once pan is
installed, torque the drain to spec. I used HF multi-use transfer pump
mated with gutted blauparts shampoo-style pump and mated it to the HF
pump, but the threads for bottle didn't match anyway. Either of the two
pumps would be fine w/ tubing to keep you out from under car for most
pumping. I got in 3 quarts cold. Hook up vcds lite and select module 2,
trany. Scroll through to find fluid temp measuring block. With car running
and foot on brake, slowly run the shifter through each gear (not in tip
mode). As it warms a bit, pump some more fluid in until it runs out. Run
through gears again, let it warm some more, pump some more, etc. When you
start getting close to 35 C, really pump it in there. You can see it dumps
out in certain gears and holds more in others. I found R held in more than
P and might have sealed it up in R, but was too paranoid to be under there
with another person's foot on brake. Right at 40 C, with it still running
(so watch out for the hot cats, etc.) give it a last good pump so that it
is lightly streaming out as you put the fill plug in. (01V321376 seal,
01V321379 plug, 59 ft lbs?). Do not shut the car off until the plug is in,
or it will dump. I used another 4 quarts in this process, spilling maybe a
half. Some say to let it cool, then run through the gears/pump all over
again back up to 40 C, then do it all a third time after a little drive and
cool down. IMHO, it's hard to see how this would make much difference
except waste more ATF. Wipe off everything good so you can watch for tiny
leaks later. Check the oil filter and plug for leaks, reinstall plastic
pan, drop the car off the stands, check your oil level again, go for a
drive, starting very slow, but then getting up to temp and speed to run
through the gears. If you have hesitation or hard shifts after driving a
bit (worse than before the change) let it cool and get it back up level and
ready to do the warming/shifting/pumping thing again. Either way, check
right after drive and then frequently over next few days, and weeks for
leaks. Use clean cardboard under there at night and do crawl under every
few days. I found slight seepage about day 5 that never dripped down,
because I missed torqueing one pan bolt. This fluid and filter change did
help some hesitation in my car and seeing the pan and fluid made it clear
this was overdue at 100,000 miles. Don't forget that you also have
differential fluid (gear oil). In a quattro w/ AT, there are 3 diffs. I got
all plugs/washers plus oil filter from genuineaudiparts and the
pan/filter/gasket/ATF kit from Blauparts. The 3 diffs used 2ea 01V409057,
2ea N1037106 (front diff has only one plug for drain and fill).