Humble DIY Repairs On My Car

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How to change out a leaking camshaft seal. This also covers steps that is required to perform a water pump replacement and timing belt replacement

Very clear and detailed steps. Definitely informative to diyers.
However most malaysians won't all the tools you used haha. But it is simple enough.
 

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Very clear and detailed steps. Definitely informative to diyers.
However most malaysians won't all the tools you used haha. But it is simple enough.
I even bought the camshaft locking tool for my F4P engine but still send the car to a mechanic for timing belt replacement. I just tell the mech 'camshaft holder ada dalam bonet'
 

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Very clear and detailed steps. Definitely informative to diyers.
However most malaysians won't all the tools you used haha. But it is simple enough.
Thanks for the feedback appreciate it. Yup I started of without any tools too haha. But overtime this skill grew on me and I saved so much doing it myself that I used the extra money to buy tools. Then the rest is history. My goal is to share the knowledge so even if you don’t DIY you can know whether a mechanic is bullshitting you when your car needs a repair. Also this helps people calibrate how much work it takes for each repair. Sometimes mechanics charge exorbitant price just for a simple job.

If I can inspire someone to go from not having any tools to a full working garage is just the best life fulfilling achievement for me personally.
 

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I even bought the camshaft locking tool for my F4P engine but still send the car to a mechanic for timing belt replacement. I just tell the mech 'camshaft holder ada dalam bonet'
Nice gesture. Sometimes I myself feel like helping out in there garage for free working on different cars but haven’t got the opportunity to go down that route yet.
 

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How to replace a leaking cooling coil, expansion valve and drier receiver in a Proton Gen 2. I will also cover how to do a pressure test and fill refrigerant gas into the air conditioning system.

Before doing this you will need to remove the dashboard which I covered in my prior video
 
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