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Diagnosing an engine problem requires that a person checks the spark plug wires, their vacuum lines, the car battery and more. Discover how to diagnose an engine problem without using expensive equipment with help from an auto mechanic in this free video on car repair and diagnostics. Expert: Tom Brintzenhofe Bio: Tom Brintzenhofe has been a mechanic for the past 17 years. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

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14 Responses to “Auto Repair & Diagnostics : How to Diagnose an Engine Problem”

  1. ElCharroCafe says:

    Hey, thanks for posting, every lil bit helps, I am use to the old stuff, Points. ect………..Thanks Much

  2. televizorcarpati says:

    14 volts idiot

  3. greenbike11 says:

    wow, that was almost helpful.

  4. tmaley613 says:

    wow man i work in the industry and most people cant identify these problems even if u told them all of these things

  5. tmaley613 says:

    WRONG

  6. mahdyk says:

    ok , im having a huge problem with my 99 maxima ,it wont start or i have to push it very hard to start , after 2 weeks in nissan shop they told me that it needs new ECM ,i bought one but it didnt solve the problem then they told me that the flywheel is bad , i took it to another michanic who told me that the timming chain , but i noticed that it always start normal in the morning (cold) , and once it start the RPM flacuate for couple time beetwwen 1 and 2 , so somebody suggested it might be MFA

  7. mahdyk says:

    so may the MFA prevent the car from starting ??
    please help, i spent 900$ so far at nissan dealerships , and they cant help me >

  8. Dannyboy3825 says:

    these expert village videos are a good idea and all, if only they wernt done by such a bunch of douchbags. I hate the way most of em are done in 100 parts, and most of them really dont tell you anything

  9. 1nazchan says:

    yeah try a 2nd hand MAF

  10. rumerboyz says:

    I have a 2005 ford 5.4 Gas superduty with 21,450 miles and my check engine light is on. The code says p0174 running Too lean. Could it be the MAF sensor? Do you know of a common problem with this on these trucks? Any help would be great.

  11. LongHairedSally says:

    @rumerboyz
    pull your air filter . . .
    if not heavy do a light see thru test . . .
    air filter not a problem . . . check you injectors . . .bet number 1 cyclinder has a problem injectod . . . 2005 is likely closer to 100 K miles.

  12. rumerboyz says:

    What is the light see thur test? I checked the filter looks clean. How do you check the injectors? Thanks for your help. The truck does run fine though!

  13. carmotonline says:

    Thank you

  14. AyCorundum says:

    Strange ticking noises? Dang, if there is a strange ticking noise I’m gonna get the hell out of there before it explodes!! Nice video. Informative.

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