This Lexus Has a Serious Problem

This Lexus Has a Serious Problem

This Lexus Has a Serious Problem, DIY and car repair with Scotty Kilmer. Lexus car review. How to fix car problems. Lexus problems. A serious problem in many Lexus cars. How to fix and overheating car engine. Engine overheating repair. Serious car problems. Car Advice. DIY car repair with Scotty Kilmer, an auto mechanic for the last 51 years.

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joebonsaipoland says:

If you put the car on a lift would you have been able to access the thermostat easier???

joebonsaipoland says:

WTF all this work to replace a thermostat?????

Jeff S says:

Great job, Scotty. Maybe this thermostat will last as long!

Chuck Finley says:

I miss the days of a thermostat being at the top of the engine which would take about 10 minutes to change out!!!

athfdrizzle says:

this is exactly what happened to my friends 2011 Nissan Sentra. It was having idle issues and at times when she came to a complete stop after braking the car would turn off. she took it to 2 mechanics. had her change air flow sensors and such but nothing. Me I just told her to let me drive it to see the issue and knew right away it could be some vacuum leak or anything related to a hole in a hose somewhere. Lord and behold 2 huge holes in the intake arm. fixed. haha

Amin Bahri says:

Scotty I think you’re overheating

Tyrone Kim says:

Auto mechanics are known for using abundant amount of colorful language, especially when working in tight spaces or in difficult to get access in the engine bay, but I didn't hear any of that from Scotty. And I didn't see any busted knuckles while Scotty was removing the bolts in tight space. He's a rare breed.

Kevin Jones says:

remember when thermostats were right on top of the engine, ten minutes to replace, put in hot water to check it,

Charles says:

Rev up your overheating Lexus.

Cqef says:

Wait, did he switch back to the hazy stock front lights? Did something wrong happen to the aftermarket lights or is it an older video he had in stock?

DD says:

I'm a reminded that the master makes the task looks easy.

Vas Me says:

The engines 6 cilinders in line are easy to work on it. I do most of job on my bmw 325 i . Very good cars to work on them and nop dosent brake down how people frome internet make it so big. You need to know frome who u buy it to, if u go for second hand car.

Airborne Misfit says:

I must say replacing that thermostat proves you are a super mechanic. I would have quit way before I got to it. Doing things like that kills my back. Great video!

TheDeathTank01 says:

Scotty, do you have a pet rattlesnake in the background ? Judging by the sounds you'll hear if you listen closely XD

Martin TRAN78 says:

Ducktap haha…

Johnny Chavez says:

Wow scotty I've never heard you cuss before.

Old man Goat says:

Only toyota

Duckee Doug says:

My 97 Toyota Avalon is basically the same drive train. I went through this same process about 3 months ago and did not have to remove the starter or the air box. I removed the intake plumbing and air filter which game me plenty of room to replace the thermostat. The problem with my Avalon was that it would never get up to temp and on cold days it was even worse. The replacement job still sucked but now like most Toyotas my car is running like a sewing machine with 360K miles on it. Money well spent on the car and the thermostat I should had replaced it long ago.

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