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Let's Fix What's Wrong with this Nissan Figaro (feat. Technology Connections) technology connections



This Figaro needs some work done to it. Let’s do that work. Tools: Extra Reach Pliers: 1/4″ Tite-Reach Extension Wrench: …

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  1. Preventative maintenance that's what the word is called I'm pretty sure that's what you meant to say since you're in there and you need to replace it even though the thing is fine that's called preventative maintenance so once you're in there it's already replaced you don't have to worry about it again until you're in there again even if it is fine I've learned that from Chris fix the license plate that you have on your backdrop

  2. When you were turning it over backwards…. a great time to install decompression releases, I mean take out the spark plugs, two turns backwards and install new spark plugs.

  3. I have a diagnosis for that 4th spark plug: because metal expands when
    it rusts, that nearby bolt has gotten slightly larger than it was when
    it was installed, and not enough clearance was left to account for that.

  4. Is that goat statue with the sign "in case of emergency" a reference to AvE?
    Because if so, that's amazing, always fun to find out the connections (ha!) Between YouTubers.

  5. Wait. Does that thing have only 4 wheel nuts? I have never seen that before. And a basic search reveals it's more common than I thought. It's a bit odd since I have a history with Japanese cars. I guess this car is not meant for highways speeds, so…

  6. Here because of Technology Connections! Neat car for sure. 1 comment: Next time you need to stack 4 X 4s on your jack, cross stack them. Ask me how I know!

  7. Been a sub to Technology Connections for a long time. He linked to the Figaro review video you did and now I can't not subscribe to your channel as well. Both channels are fantastically written and edited and overwhelmingly entertaining.

  8. Lost 2 engines to timing belts… both of them new-to-me Vauxhall (Opel/GM/Holden) engines. Damn timing belts are eeeeevil. The most annoying was the second… it was fine, till i turned it by hand and cracked a rocker :

    7:52.. that's called special tool 113.7.227.482.32A (rev 3), and is no longer available, but used to be 332.42 euros, available to main dealers only

  9. I remember changing the timing belt in my father's '66 Pontiac Tempest LeMans at 204K miles in a parking lot. It was the original timing belt and that particular engine was the first engine to ever use a timing belt instead of a chain. The belt was over 20 years old. Fortunately, the inline 6 was not an interference engine.

  10. Robert is like a child who takes his brand new toy everywhere.

    Removing the oil drain plug with a power tool is quite overkill, but the tool is new and fancy so why not.

  11. Dont you love it when auto makers put the oil filter directly above the exhaust pipe? who doesnt love the smell of burning oil and smoke after every oil change?

  12. The timing belt on my parents car snapped despite having been changed at the recommended interval and destroyed itself requiring an expensive rebuild. They traded it in for a new car soon after, and then a year or so later they heard from the person who'd bought it that the timing belt had snapped and the engine destroyed itself. Again. They haven't had a car with a timing belt since.

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