I do mechanical and electronics on vehicles as well and I just wanna say you guys are one of the best most professional and proper way to do mechanical work on cars iam thoroughly impressed so much that I had no choice but to sub and like and I'm on YouTube a fair amount and others don't say things like if the cars still hot don't open the radiator stuff like that novice people don't know and that could literally save a person's hand or body from burning. like I said well done guys no hack jobs here keep it up guys like you make me better at my job. Take care.
The video did help though.. thanks
You don't have to take the alternator out... it's a little less room but you can still take the thermostat off
Very good video. Thank you
my car overheats and I already bought the sensor for the coolant and had a cylinder 2 misfire I changed all the spark plugs out and my car still overheats I need help on what it could be asap pls
I'm going to ask the same question that's been asked TWICE now. What is the name of the red lube you brushed onto all the hose connections? Great video though. Very informative and helpful, especially seeing where you used really long extensions instead of trying to get under it with a tool. Kudos
You should mention that you should have your radio code before you disconnect the battery.
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If only you were around the corner. I've taken my car to so many mechanics and no body knows what to do with my baby. I'll sadly have to be parting ways with it soon 😫
REAL GOOD VIDEO. VERY SIMPLE INSTRUCTIONS. THANKS GUY
Hi what did you use to lubricate? The red lube in brush... what is the product called, and is it okay for rubbers also? Thank you.
you know your shit
Video makers take note... This is the way to make a how to video Great job. I've done tons of work on my Audi A4, their points on what to do and not to do are spot on. Work habits are great, so many people do not pay attention to cleaning parts and when to use lubricant and silicone.
Thank you for this video
I recently had my thermostat changed on my Audi a4 cause engine light on and no heat. 500 later I am losing a LOT of coolant somewhere, no leak on ground, no smoke I can see and I still have no heat. Any thoughts??
my alternator went 02 Audi a4 Quattro 1. 8 T. which tool did you use to loosen the belt?.. like always thanks a million
Thank you very much for posting this I like to do my own work and your attention to detail is very helpful The world could use more mechanics like you, thanks again
thank for your help
Great video, but......... it showed me that this is way past my abilities. So I definitely learned something. Thanks.
thanks for your help by showing everyone how to change a tempature gauge. Just change mine today following your directions. thanks