Please Stop Doing This to Your Car (It Broke My Celica)

Please Stop Doing This to Your Car (It Broke My Celica)

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rev your engines now sure modern cars are
complicated and over the last 52 years I’ve seen some really simple fixes that
you can quickly do it yourself and not have to mess with the mechanic now the
first one is rather straightforward let’s say you’re driving on the road and
your brake light comes on not could be a serious problem it could be nothing you
can have a leak in the system you could have a pressure loss where it
goes down maybe the boosters going bad or the ABS system you could have
forgotten I left your emergency brake on but you could just be low on brake
fluid and check the brake fluid level it should be up to the top line in
this case it’s low realize inside that master cylinder reservoir there’s a flow
when the float gets low turns on the brake line usually just major low on
floor sometimes the float itself breaks and if you tap it and the light goes out
your float is starting to break it’s kind of you’re trying to put a new one in
but if adding brake fluid turns the light off then just watch your brake
fluid week or two or three and it’s not losing any that’s fine because your
level can go down for more reasons than just the leak of course if it’s leaked
and it keeps going down you got to fix that leak but as you drive the brake
pads wear and as they wear they push in so the brake calipers that squeeze them
go in further and that takes up fluid so just over time the fluid love will go
down as the brake pads wear and there’s also a tiny amount of evaporation
because it’s a vented system but normally it’s as your brake pads wear so
if your brake light comes on once every few years
hey just add the fluid but of course check your brake pads then to if it’s
been years because they might get real then and add you can look at physically
but a lot of times just they had in the fluid fixes it as long as it doesn’t
leak out fast it’s perfectly fine to drive it that way if your brakes are
hard and the only problem was the light was on it’s cuz things have worn in the
fluid level goes down in your and a little up now of course that’s not the
case for radiator your radiator hey it should always be full it does not lose
overtime if it does you got a problem but the brake system over years it’ll go
down so if every so many years your light comes on you add fluid it’s totally
normal now the next easy fix has to do with
your EVAP system me anti-pollution system in your car if you check engine light
comes on you get a code like p0457 evap emission system leak
detected now evap systems can get leaks in many places sometimes you got to drop
the gas tank to find it but in this particular code it’s often either a
loose or missing gas cap but you can easily replace stuff as you can see
right on the inside here there’s a rubber seal guess what happens the
rubber seal goes bad over time and check the lip if it’s dirty it corroded you
want to clean it off a little carburetor spray so if there’s any crud it’ll get
it off and it was sealed correctly just realize gas caps wear out over time and
you got to change them every once in a while and my advice says don’t go online
and buy the cheapest gas cap you can get your hands on you’re better with the OEM
ones they’re made correctly they have the correct pressure I’ve seen it where
people buy aftermarket gas cap and some discount auto parts store they still
have the code they bring it to me I go to the dealer and buy an OEM one guess
what the cold goes away maybe don’t even need a cap if it’s not tight turn until
it’s tight and it click when they collect they’re tight yeah won’t wait I
can’t remember how many times people have brought me a car but didn’t have a
gas cap or it was not tight enough and it tripped that code you can easily
check that out yourself and just either replace it or tighten up now let’s say
your car isn’t putting out much heat well heater systems are pretty basic a
heater core inside the dash that takes the hot water from the engine air blows through
it makes your hot then it goes back into the engine gets heated up goes through
the radiator comes back it’s an endless cycle but today those things are all
computer control but there’s still a very simple thing that often makes them
not work right and that is the car is low on coolant now either car it’s just
your radiator what generally they’re one of the highest points of the cooling
system soft your low on coolant what happens the air rises to the top of the
system so if your heater core has air in it instead of hot water it won’t work
right now it might sound a little crazy because
hey the heater core would still be full of hot air
but the specific heat of air so much lower than water you won’t get hardly
any heat when there’s air in it instead of water the heater core is a heat
exchanger made for liquids not for gases like air up your heaters not working
right or if it’s just going weak check your coolant up to the top could be as
simple as your just low on coolant now if you’re low on coolant anyone want to
check I know once a week at least to see if is there a leak or something you got
to keep adding because I mean some people they don’t check the coolant ever
two cars three four years old and you add a little heater works great now if
it keeps going down you got to find out what’s wrong but on the plus side cars
all have temperature gauges if you have a serious cooling system leaf or problem
you see the temperature gauge starts running warmer then you want to work on
that if you add coolant you get heat and everything works fine for weeks or
months I don’t worry about it you fixed it by just adding coolant now the next
simple fixes perhaps the simplest of them all I’ve had scars of customers
bring me cars that fail the yearly emissions test that didn’t run right and
what was wrong the only thing that was wrong was the air filter was clogged the
car burns thousands of cubic feet of air every day the filters dirty hey you
can’t have problems now I keep mine pretty clean you see this is the dirty
side that’s the clean side you can look at the Sun with it if you can see
through really clearly you don’t have any worries it’s clean
I got customers bring me cars that this is all black full with crud it was amazing
the car ran at all hey we live in a dirty place and getting dirtier by the
minute filters can clog up much faster than they used to find where your filter
is jacket every once in a while when it comes to replacing your filter my advice
you best stick into the original equipment ones that came the cheap
after-market wants often if you count the
number of pleats less of them they don’t filter as well the material can be
cheaper made they’re not all that expensive even the original equipment
one you’re much better doing that then you are buying the cheapest one you can
that isn’t gonna work as good when you consider the hundreds of thousands of
cubic feet of air you’re gonna be burning and the thousands of gallon of
gasoline you’re gonna be burning you’d actually save money buying the more
expensive filter if it works better than a cheap one it doesn’t filter as well and you get less power worse gas mileage in the long run by a quality filter don’t save
pennies and lose dollars I has a simple fix that really isn’t effects it
prevents you from having to do a very expensive fix and that’s your gas gauge
fill your car up don’t want to get all the way to the e good advice when you
get down to about a quarter of a tank refill it and here’s the reason why all
modern cars have electric fuel pumps they hide inside the gas tank what
actually lubricates the fuel pump is gasoline may sound crazy but yeah
liquid gasoline is somewhat of a lubricant so the bearings of the pump
are lubricated by gasoline flowing through them so if you do actually run
your car out of gasoline the fuel pump will then suck air air does not
lubricate the bearings so you run out of gas and you actually have none in a tank
you keep cranking the engine the fuel pump is pumping air it will burn out the
bearings ruin your very expensive fuel pump some cars you got dropped a gas
tank it cost you over a thousand bucks to change out a fuel pump just making a
point of when you get a quarter or less fill it back up don’t just see how far
you can go and then end up running out of gas and now let’s say you’ve been bad
you let it round a gasps look at that gauge if it’s way down II don’t keep
cranking the engine to try to start it that will burn the pump up let’s say
you’re driving the car and you actually run out of gas it stops Ronnie if you
look and see it’s on E just go get some gasoline and pour it in and do not keep
trying to start it cuz starting it will burn that pump off you don’t want to do
that so if you’re really don’t want to get involved in any of this nonsense in
the first place just keep it above a quarter of the tank all the time go like
I do pretend that
part of the tank is empty and when it gets near a quarter fill it back up
again no my last quick fix is a simple easy to do one let’s say you try to
start your car all you get is click click click
if you jump-started and it starts right up odds are you just need a battery
because let’s face it if your car doesn’t start you’ll have a total
mechanic you got to pay for very expensive tow and there’s a lot of
dishonest mechanics out there trying to sell you all kinds of crap the
numero uno reason a car goes click is because the battery doesn’t have enough
power to go to the starter to start the car and if it jump starts right up odds
are you just need another battery and related to this quick fix is another one
let’s say you jumpstart it still just goes click then get a hammer or a giant
piece of wood and beat the starter as someone turns the key if all of a sudden
it starts or at least it starts going and tries to start that means your
starter is bad now some cars like my Celica starters just sitting there out
and hoping you can change it in ten minutes
some cars they’re real pain but at least you’ll know what’s wrong with the
car if you’re not gonna fix it yourself and if you are gonna fix it yourself hey
you’re gonna save yourself a ton of money and now you know some easy quick
fixes for very common car problems that you can do yourself in a flash and not
have to waste any money in time paying somebody $100 an hour to do it for you
and here’s some bonus questions and answers,
like a sun says Scotty I have a 2014 Impreza automatic do you recommend sticking to the factory transmission fluid or can you use a different one
modern cars are so particular what kind of fluid is in it your best to
stick to the factory fluid on all the modern cars now ages ago when I was a
young mechanic in the 1960s there was like automatic transmissions lewd to fit
most cars and sometimes ford had especially one just for Fords and that
was it but now there’s a zillion different kinds there’s all kinds of
different transmission designs CVT regular automatics
and they all come with a particular fluid that engineers designed I wouldn’t go against the engineers on that one so what if one you
can get for $3 a quart and the other one is seven hey you only using three or
four quarts generally you don’t want to mix different things who knows what additives are in each one you got the factor one that has the additives it was
designed for you by an aftermarket one hey it might be the same I might have
slightly different had a test don’t mess with success that’s what I say when
it comes to fluids in any modern vehicle because they become so ultra high level
of technology you don’t want a mess so that by using some generic fluid that
may or may not have the correct additives, journey 19 says scotty I got a
2000 chrysler 104,000 thousand miles runs great my my heat is only lukewarm
I’ve changed the fluids I had a guy flush out the heater car but it still
look warm help I workout enough with all those things to tell you 99.999% of the
time that means you need a new heater core chrysler max some of the worst
heater cars in the world and i mean hey it is a 2000 so the thing lasted for 20
years i mean you really can’t gripe about that but when you find out how
much money it’s gonna cost change that heater core because you can take the
dash apart you gotta take all kinds of crap off to get to that heater core the
problem with the heater core yes heater course have hot water i’m just like your
car’s radiator but unlike the radiator they don’t have full flow they only have
a little bit of flow going through them and as they age and corrode they don’t
dissipate heat as well and even though you said i got flushed it out those
things are so cheaply made that the flushing often doesn’t help because the
metal inside is just flat-out corroded it doesn’t dissipate the heat anymore
now that said and if you find us it’s gonna cost you seven eight hundred bucks
to change the inner core you might try this and I’ve seen it work I believe one
was called lime away I’ve used that and you could put hoses going into the
heater core take off the regular houses put hoses in and fill it up lime away clr
and let it soak there for like an hour too and then flush it all out to get it
out of the system sometimes that can take enough of the
chemicals off that the heater will be usable then you might give it a try,
so if you never want to miss another one of my new car repair videos, remember to
ring that Bell

100 thoughts on “Please Stop Doing This to Your Car (It Broke My Celica)

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  • Abraham Colon Post author

    Don’t newer cars have a 2 gallon reserve now?

  • Jay JanyH Post author

    Great general maintenance tips, but how do i get around my plastic door handles? They keep breaking.

  • Danny Hemphill Post author

    Your Celica was junk when it was built

  • jim k Post author

    Your coat is dirty.

  • William Taylor Post author

    Scotty's a real gumshoe dead eye, I just changed my oil half an hour ago, listen to scotty, keeps you alive, 38psi.

  • Pete Medina Post author

    Scotty what do you do if you get and evap code on a capless system?

  • Yukon 454 Post author

    Check the battery connections also. They can vibrate loose.

  • Taz Mod Post author

    Scotty, please lime away my heater core.

  • hawd fangaz Post author

    betcha scitty's got a killer 'walken' impression!

  • william bayh Post author

    5 things I wish I remembered. I'm addicted to Scotty's videos. The cat on the trunk – what an actor!

  • PerthesExercises Post author

    Hi Scotty, Our Honda Odyssey 2006 sometimes clicks when we try to start it and won't start, but oddly enough if we put the transmission in neutral (from park), in neutral it will start at the first attempt without any issues, I'm curious if you know why the minivan starter is behaving like this. Thanks!

  • Johntasticful Post author

    Jeeps have this issue too. And I’ve done the CLR trick and worked for bit for me. But about a year later started leaking. No kidding about taking everything apart to replace to fix.

  • Luis Garza Post author

    ??

  • Jamessr23 Post author

    Scotty if I feel liquid on my leg when I am driving is that the heater core leaking 🙂

  • DFPFTW Post author

    Scortttttttttyyyy just bought a 2001 subaru forester with 193999 on dash… IS IT IN KM not miles.

  • Sam Tate Post author

    I have a 2013 Ford F-150 XLT and it doesn’t have a gas cap it’s called easy Fill has flex fuel too but it’s the only Truck I have ever bought that don’t have a gas cap ever

  • Sam Tate Post author

    I have a 2013 Ford F-150 XLT and it doesn’t have a gas cap it’s called easy Fill has flex fuel too but it’s the only Truck I have ever bought that don’t have a gas cap ever

  • Midnight Gambler Post author

    Stop doing what to my car?? What broke your Celica?

  • Island Aerial Post author

    Scotty reminds me of an old Talking Heads album: Stop Making Sense…
    Here's a good one a friend's dad used to tell us: "It's just as easy to keep the top half of the tank full"

  • señor pepper Post author

    scotty " it's probably time to put a new one in " kilmer

  • donh215 Post author

    Scotty, without an empty garage, how do you work on cars in rainy weather?

  • Kevin Mott Post author

    Who is this mans neighbor?? It must be awesome coming home after work to hear Scotty yelling at the camera movin around all the time.

  • Runco990 Post author

    I INSIST on only an OEM Scotty to look at my car. NEVER an aftermarket Scotty!

  • J G Post author

    7:02, "dont save pennies just to lose dollars". That's one of the wisest statements I've heard in a long time.

  • zhbvenkhoReload Post author

    Nissan sells their air filters at really high prices

  • STEADY MOBBIN Post author

    picture scotty starting live vids at a autoparts store…????
    explaining to the guy at the desk….
    ???

  • Dcc357 Post author

    Only a Celica can kill another Celica, like Wolverine can only ve killed with an Adamantium bullet.

  • RexTex hardware & mods Post author

    Hey Scotty, it's getting colder here in Canada, and when I turn on hot air, the temperature gauge will start dropping after a minute or two. Why does it do that and is it normal? I have a 04 Sunfire. Thanks

  • Dcc357 Post author

    0:21 AND YOUR BRAKKKE LIGHT COMMES ONNN!

  • Vishal Gaikwad Post author

    This old man is long lost brother of Donald Trump ??

  • SKPjoe Coursegold Post author

    some people are as bright as a 10 watt bulb.

  • Aaron Jaggan Post author

    10:18 check Scotty's face (nose) when he says modern cars… lol

  • CBD FPV Post author

    Hey Scotty can you please link the cup holder for your phone I can’t seem to find it. Thanks

  • WinkelManBearPig Post author

    @8:20 C A D E

  • PANTYEATR1 Post author

    what i do (only one time) is full my tank to the capacity it says it holds (in my case 26 gallons)and i zero the trip meter. i dive until the engine shuts off and count the miles it took. now i know when i absolutely have to stop and get gas. useful knowledge?

  • theTIR3guy Post author

    If the brake system is low it has a issue. May just need pads at that point but if you refill and drive it any have more issues down the road…. Turn the car off and pump brakes and if it's soft do not drive. That is a leak and needs repair….

  • Matt Hopkins Post author

    What do you think about ford electric power steering

  • gamefreakjoey Post author

    Scotty, your voice sounds a bit hoarse. More strained than usual. Take care of those pipes first!

  • Oek Foh Post author

    I never had a fuel cap in my corolla after someone else borrowed it and forgot to put it back

  • 77thTrombone Post author

    3:00 – that whole segment about getting an OEM gas cap replacement is a crock! All you really need is an old pair of boxers. Just rip the waistband off first, cause the gas fumes will make it deteriorate anyway.

  • Rodeo LX Post author

    Absolutely top bloke live how you explain step by step my old grand dad used his hands while explaining things brings back some memories cheers Scotty would love to actually meet you but being in Australia a little bit far lol

  • Delco Driver Post author

    13 minutes!! I’ll watch half and save half for later .

  • LIRR Prodigy Post author

    Hey scotty, im gonna be getting my learners permit next month and want to start thinking of a first car to get when I turn 17 the year after. I recently rode in two crown vic taxis and really like the size and feeling of them and they seem very reliable. Are they good first cars?

  • Roland Tiiroja Post author

    Don't save pennies and lose dollars!

  • Herbert Norkus Post author

    Remember once the gas pump shuts off, dont manually fill the tank neck….i ignored this advice and now my evap vapor check valve is gummed up so i cant pass emissions…and now its winter…gonna be fun finding and fixing it now!

  • Evan Nadeau Post author

    “Don’t do this one thing” turns it into a 13 minute video

  • Luke Allen Post author

    It kind of sounds like there's a NASCAR race happening in the background.

  • JWelchon Post author

    You are wrong about Chrysler having the worst heater cores. That honor belongs to Ford Taurus's. I had to flush that miserable thing every fall!!

  • c431inf 11b Post author

    My foxbody made me hate all heater cores going fwd

  • rob379 Post author

    Awesome Scotty!

    It is time to pass your awesome torch, on.

    Scotty, please ease-out over a few months. Ease your head, and ease your other useful organs. Never forget Mrs. Scotty’s needs.

    Totally support most of you Scotty.

  • iBeOnThat Kryptonite Post author

    This man is legitimately a genius. Unbelievable how smart he is.

  • Ulugbek Saipov Post author

    Let me guess. You put diesel fuel to your petrol car tank? ?

  • David Post author

    likeasumboodee

  • George Free-Man Post author

    The next potential generation of vehicles, if they are EV's…very few will be able to fix them…likely stuck with dealer repairs where the cost is the highest…people like Scotty will not be able to fix them…these EV's are already computers with wheels…scary thoughts…

  • Mr AutoGuy Post author

    Just beat the starter?? 9:28

  • Buff Barnaby Post author

    Scotty Autozone brand batteries bested by Everstart Walmart for 40 dollars less….70 cheaper at Costco. All 3 made by Johnson Controls.

  • Chicho 9 Post author

    I have a love hate relationship with this guy's thumbnails

  • lost IT Post author

    my wife has a 2011 ford edge and it doesn't have a gas cap. how does that work?

  • Dude Von Dudenstein Post author

    Can you post videos on BitChute?

  • Buff Barnaby Post author

    The purge solenoid on the firewall is a common cause of an evap code. Underwear-part from yard fixed mine.

  • MrDengo999 Post author

    Omg, so I can figure out how low my pads are getting based on the amount of fluid in the reservoir? Neat. (Assuming there are no leaks ofc)

  • Buff Barnaby Post author

    Can cow-farts be used to power a car ?

  • Viv Mac Post author

    Scotty what do you think of Honda pilots? Looking at all the vehicles you suggested. Curious about the pilot

  • stanley jean Post author

    Thank you save me $300 from the dealerthievez

  • Andrew White Post author

    Scotty, I've always been curious….why do you have 2 cars?

  • woof bark growl Post author

    And if all else fails, try checking the cat. It might climbing on the car.

  • Mael-Strom Post author

    Things ain't changed much in Texas. Today if your dang car won't start whack it with a giant piece of wood. Yesteryear if your dang horse and buggy won't start whack it with a giant piece of wood. ^^

  • Jessie Harbin Jr.’s Dashcam Post author

    The only time you should top off the brake fluid, is when the system is being flushed, or you’ve repaired a leak. When the brake fluid is “low“, that usually means your brake pads are worn down, and need to be replaced. The caliper pistons have traveled out too far. The brake system is hydraulic.

  • Maximus Areilius Post author

    Running a car out or low on gas is the #1 dumbest thing that i see people do all the time.

  • DuckWarrior 997 Post author

    Hey Scotty, Recently a channel I followed reviewed a 1993 Dodge Shadow. Lets just say he had some interesting things to say about the car. What do you think about the Dodge Shadow in general

  • chukman102 Post author

    Judging only in the thumb nail.

    Don't put a gas cap on your car! It is fair better on the engine to feely allow gasoline vapors access to the atmosphere. It also allows clean rain water in!

  • mi777ke777 Post author

    6:22 I recommend K&N filters too. They last forever if you take care of them and if something happens to it they'll send you a new one free. Just keep your old one when you got to clean, dry and respray so your day doesn't miss a beat. Been using them on the same cars within the family for over 15 years. Great product.

  • Novac Burtea Post author

    Tank you for your wil to do god

  • Daniel Pettis Post author

    please dont yell scotty

  • Matt B Post author

    3:19 – thats awesome!

  • Non Serviam Post author

    Scotty: "Some cars like my Celica the starter is just sitting there out in the open. You can change it in ten minutes. Some cars are a real pain". Me: "Oh no, here come the Cadillac Northstar flashbacks".

  • Julio Velez Post author

    Scotty, a few days ago while working underneath my 2008 Sienna, I noticed that the rack and pinion body was moving left and right upon my wife turning the steering wheel, I thought that only the ends were supposed to move in and out upon turning the wheel, it isn't moving a lot but you can see some movement, Is this normal or is the rack and pinion loose?

  • Garlic Girl Post author

    I just went to car ed 101 and I actually enjoyed it.

  • Ryu Takeru Post author

    8:59, return of the amazing BLACK & WHITE CAT

    i wonder what its name is and wither or not its friendly?

  • Korey Mayo Post author

    Radiators do lose fluid over time on older vehicles!

  • James Nasium Post author

    "There's a lot of dishonest mechanics out there." Just like in every profession, I'm sorry to say.

  • El Chido Post author

    I dont have a celica, so im ok.

  • Joey Splats Post author

    Scotty, is there a cure for field mice who find a nice warm spot on top of my engine? I thought it was coolant that sprayed on top of the cowl and dried out but I found the little mouse poops. No, I'm not getting a cat cuz that would be a bigger problem.

  • BikeFixExtreme 23 Post author

    Nonsense scotty, the celica never breaks

  • MrMschoose Post author

    Scotty's truth-based videos seem to be having an impact. Just saw an article published today about Nissan's current troubles:
    Nissan orders two-day furlough for U.S. employees amid falling sales. Nissan is doing worse than expected in the U.S., and its North American chairman is taking steps to cut costs across the company, slashing employee travel expenses (Nissan will cut employee travel expenses by half effective immediately.) and putting the entire U.S. organization on two days of unpaid furlough next month.
    Nissan Group's U.S. sales fell 16 percent in November from a year earlier, with Nissan Division sales dropping 13 percent to 83,562 vehicles, and Infiniti sales diving 33 percent to 9,385. Through November, the automaker's U.S. sales are down 7.8 percent, with the Nissan Division down 6.5 percent and Infiniti off by 19 percent.

  • John Nguyen Post author

    And he uses an aftermarket gas cap on the Matrix… lol

  • simon dubya Post author

    you can double the life of an air filter by flipping it over to the other side

    face palm

  • Robert C. Post author

    excellent tip on the clr !

  • obsolete optics Post author

    Scotty what do you think of cars that don't have gas caps, but those capless filler holes?

  • GGALLIN1776 Post author

    With a v8 avoiding empty is easy, pretend a 1/2 tank is empty because it'll be there much sooner than later ?

  • 13371138 Post author

    I'd never take my car to Scotty, too much of a chance that he'll make a video dressing down the owner for all of youtube to see.

  • Keith R Post author

    I had a bad battery. I beat the starter with a bat. Now I have a bad battery and a bad starter!

  • Axholio Post author

    You remind me of Dennis Hopper.

  • salty Post author

    It's funny because i found that dodge's had the hottest heater I've ever felt in a car. My 2008 charger and my 2001 jeep xj for example have a way better heater than my 2005 five hundred my 2013 carolla my 2015 civic my 2015 crv and my 2017 f_150.

  • THEPLANETEARTH Post author

    Wacky inflatable Scotty Kilmer doll

  • Gabe Hawk Post author

    your channel should be called SMART Scotty

  • Ploh Soe Post author

    He’s never buy a after market gas cap

  • Ross Steuck Post author

    Played at 2X speed….Scotty is quit the animated mechanic !!!!!!

  • MC C Post author

    I have used AMSOIL fluids for over two decades. I have never had a problem. In fact, I think they are superior to the OEM stuff.

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