Learn How To Fix Your Own Car

Learn How To Fix Your Own Car. Scotty shows how you can learn to fix your own car without having to use a mechanic.

Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 49 years, shows how you can learn to fix your own car using his On The Road With Scotty Website.

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looking for video using 10w - 1om resistor to find short

hi scotty, could please give me some clue to find out the engine block cooland drain plug on my 1997 Toyota Curren 3SFE engine( left drive version). is that hex screw on the right of the oil filter on the up front of the engine? much appreciated.


I believe it's the hex screw, but that old, it may break coming out

Use PB Blaster, that always works for me rusty screws and bolts.

yes,pb blaster is a good metal rust solvent

Hi scotty i have a 2004 toyota corolla d4d just changed its egr valve but car has lost its power no matter how much i rev it just dont move especially as soon as it warms up could barely drive it for 2-3 minutes in a day,
Is it temperature sensor or one of the injectors.

many things can do that, rather than guess, analyze. Common problems are bad maf sensor, which data can be read on a scanner, or a clogged catalytic converter, which can be pressure tested