It’s terminal, all right.
Wow, twin cams AND twin t-stats?
This was in a car with around 30,000 kilometers. It was a warranty job.
Definitely did NOT drive! We got it towed in lol
...all the synchros were worn til they were smooth and the tops of the dog teeth were flat... This ones diff bearing seized
Its been a little while, but I think it was a 2015 f150... We think that it was under lubricated from a previous repair.
2012 Silverado 1500, it’s a Canadian Pacific rail service truck and when they drive through the yards they drive over the rails without slowing down at all, my guess is that the rear end caught air and they stayed on the throttle and when it hit the ground again the stress cracked the differential cage.
It actually has great tension.
Fluid was brand new. Pinion has been wobbling and leaking so long the oil never had had a chance to get burnt. He had to put fluid in it just to drive it to my shop. So much leaked out it maybe had 1 cup worth of fluid left
You’ll see, in the report, that there was no collision.
Detroit locker... was also half blown up
Hammond, is that you?
Found deposits under engine...
Autotronic of House Mercedes-Benz, first of her name, Breaker of Chains, and Mother of Repair Bills
You have to pay a quarter of the damage but manager said it was like 4k. And they take 50 a paycheck
Open-end wrenches only!
Ford Smax 2010 1.8 TDCI ZETEC engine. Fuel pump to crankshaft belt teeth sheered off causing the engine to go out of time (2 belts on this engine) what’s unusual is that its done the pistons and valves rather than the camshafts/cam holders & valves
Luckily it was only in for a tire.
01 Sierra with the infamous Castech heads... cracked heads leaking coolant into the oil. No part of this motor was clean on the inside lol. Everything would be covered in sludge
Customer came in for new tires, had purchased car used, had no idea rim had been “repaired” with jb weld ...[this was actually holding air]
Obligatory tire post
Obligatory brake post