lSSlSnakebite: Awesome video, thanks for posting it. I'll be tearing into my 2500HD this
weekend and now I have no doubt I can do it instead of paying someone else!
dkhill27: Battery voltage looks low when it was started. Should be around 14v or so
Gary Martin: Really like your videos!
francisco garcia: sweet man you make it look easy haha. you should make a video on how to do
a block plate on the egr for a lmm
Dan Moberly: Thank you for sharing this with us. I really appreciate the knowledge you
pass on to guys like me. Done very well.
My GMC needs 2 and 6, so I will follow your recommendations and have all 8
minnesota kid: Excellent video! Thank you, narrating what you were doing and why was much
Michael Bates: Great Video!! Very informative!!Thanks
Vidal Martinez: Nvm I reprogrammed the computer and it went away
Hank Anderson: if i use antiseize should i tighten them down pretty tight, or should i
just turn them in by hand then give it a little torque with the rachet and
tileman17: ok what the hell did she say sounds like "a video on how to freak" but any
way good video.
Shane Hinckley: Excellent video. I got the code from the guy at the auto parts store who
didn't know much about Glow Plugs, so I said, "I'll try YouTube." Thank
Octavio Rodriguez: Hey man i have a 2000 gmc sierra. In the morning when its cold it
accelerates to like 1-2 rmp then goes down then up again on its own and
down and shakes. Then it idles poorly. Then starts warming up and runs
good. What could it be?
Bryce Cooley: Hey brian, have a 2002 f150 4.2 v6, while in drive and reverse it stumbles
very hard nearly to point of a stall, occasionally it will stall. I've put
a new pcv hose on it and various other things. Doesn't do it while driving
or in park. I'm suspecting a vacuum leak, any ideas? Thanks.
Mike Blanco: Where can I find your hose clamp pliers?
bbfg4lyfe: for someone who's never worked on a diesel (ME), this is a great video!
good job! and Thanks!
Vidal Martinez: i changed the glowplugs today and the check engine light is still on. same
Cesar Cruz: +briansmobile1 I have a 2010 with a tuner install and I got the cylinder 4
glow plug bad. What I'm scare is that if I disconnect the computer my
programmer will be delete it. Can I just disconnect the batteries or I have
to unplug the computer?
Mikey Osborne: How do you change out the number 4 glow plug - I have been stuck for 7
hours trying to get it out
jmix2686: thank you for the video. it helped and made my first time experience of
changing glow plugs quick. knowing the socket size before starting the
project help and knowing where they where located. great job!
toprudder1: Great video! Had the code come up today, cylinder #4. Sucks it is on the
driver side, but video gives me all the info I need to tackle it. Might
just buy the extra plugs and do all on that side while I am in there.
Justin Clinard: Thanks for the helpful video, saved me a lot of money and gave me the
confidence I needed to get er done!! If another check engine light comes on
hopefully you have a detailed video for it. Thanks again.
jeanrw2000: thanks for the video, about to start working on mine now lol. btw what size
tires and wheel do you have in that truck, thanks
Darrell Waters: I appreciate people like you Brian, that help others. Your explanation of
procedure is a wealth of information, and very good to have available.
Vidal Martinez: Nvm I reprogrammed the computer and it went away
snore lax: Did ya buy yer lotto ticket for May 18th 2013...estimated at 600 Million !
Fabio Apolinario: Brian, i did not know that was a diesel engine, i was with gas on my mind
all the time. here in brazil we do not have many diesel running . Here is
gas/alcohol and natural gas. thanks much
dankbobby: I'll give it a try this weekend, thanks.
TheKyridgerunner: Hey Brian, Question.? Is there a stop seat on the glow plug to let you know
how far togo or when its tight.? Crazy question i know... But, was just
curious.!!! O- and if i hit the Lottery You and Your family will be on my
briansmobile1: lol No more rhyming! I mean it!
Psycho Von Cunt: What's a glow plug? JUST KIDDING!
Vidal Martinez: thanks man great vid
Jonathan Altieri: Pretty much just like changing spark plugs :)
briansmobile1: You're welcome Stanley- way to go!
Fabio Apolinario: Dear friend, whats that? glow plugs !! whats that for? thats my first time
seen it. Let me introduce myself ,im a arcraft mechanic and im follow you
everyday to learn . you r a great mec. funny and etc... kkk . i been away
from us for about 20 years ,i used to live in boston for 9 years. so who
cares. kkkk . thank for everything. best wishes
briansmobile1: I see by your user name that you're into radios!
techlouie12: I know this is not related to this video but would you think of doing a
video on setting Toe on fwd cars after tie rod replacement as I have a
tough time getting wheel straight after I change tie rods
McLean Martel: "I'm not even sure I wanna be that anymore"!!!
MoneyMarcMes: Hey Brian, Are Chevy Duramax diesel engines reliable? I heard a lot of
problems concerning Ford Powerstroke engines but how are Chevy duramax
engines perform on the reliability scale? Are they easier to fix compared
to Fords? Thanks, Marc
D4x4Bronc: yea the nitrile gloves are good for keeping chemicals off your hands. brake
clean, carb cleaners; products that make your brain spin like a rabid frog.
Jason Drew: This is why I love my cummins, sooo much easier to work on.
feedinc: Isn't 2-4-6-8 on the passenger side?
danbel: hi brian, nice video, i have a 2003 chevy duramax, 178k miles it runs good
n strong, however about a week ago the idle its been acting up, the motor
revs up a notch then goes down again to normal, so it does the tacometer
neddle at the same rithm i wld say it does it every 5 seconds or so and
sometimes does not do it at all, like i said the truck still runs perfect
as it launches....any idea what it might be?? thank you very much!
greyghostkoga: Another great job and addition to your great collection of videos!
Question: Have you ever had one snap off when trying to get it out? If so,
what is the protocol after that?
briansmobile1: Either one. This truck is a GMC for the record.
Veikra: I have to do this before winter...but I have at least 4 dead plugs and 2 of
them that the nut is busted off (rust). Any words of wisdom? Don"t know
what they are made off so unsure if I can weld on them. Is there an
extracting tool for that?
namuh223: I tried to find the type of hose clamp tool you use here with no luck.
Could you post the brand and model? Thanks for your help.
rc5852: What is the brand and part number of the tool you used to remove the
plastic fasteners for the fender liner?
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