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This Oil Filter Will Destroy Your Car, DIY and car review with Scotty Kilmer. Oil filter change. The best oil filter for your car. Cheap oil filter vs premium oil filter, which is better? How to change engine oil. How to check engine oil the right way. DIY engine oil change. Oil check and oil change fail. Motor oil check and replacement explained. Car advice. DIY car repair with Scotty Kilmer, an auto mechanic for the last 51 years.

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  2. Scotty, I love your crazy pics you post like the wives tail but…. you don't know what the hell you're talking about with gasoline. Yes most come from the same place, but…. how clean are the in ground tanks of the gas stations??? I remember back when I was maybe 30, our local TV investigators got gas from many gas stations and had them all tested, and it ended up that Speedway was the cleanest gas of all of them, and the cheapest. BP was the dirtiest. So there is a difference, even though it may not be who refines the fuel. The pump it comes pout of, could be sucking it from a filthy dirty tank. I can tell when I get bad gas in my 2011 truck. Maybe you cannot tell, but I can tell in my cars and have been able to for years. Shell and Speedway runs the best of all brands, even though they are the same. The others are just dirtier and do not run as smooth as the others. I have been able to tell the difference in gasoline's since I was 20 years old. You see…. this is why you get these questions. Others can tell also and are curious as to WHY. It may not be the gas, but the dirty tanks in the ground at the gas station.

  3. Saturn and Pontiac were discontinued during GM's restructuring when they got the bail out money from the Government
    Roger Penske wanted to buy Saturn from GM but never came to be

  4. Costco gasoline is considered Top Tier. They all come from the refineries in the same area, Baytown, Texas City, Deer Park, Beaumont…

  5. Didn’t Saturn at one point use a dual overhead cam 3.0 liter Cadillac engine? I think my parents had a Saturn LS(?) with a 3.0 liter. The engine would really make that car move but the radio and speakers were absolute junk on that car.

  6. My boss built a 408 stroker for a customer's trans am and he completely starved it of oil flow with a purolater filter from oreillys. Good filter, just not for a race engine

  7. According to two Costco employees in two different states, they’ve both said that while they buy gas from the lowest bidder nearby, it’s afterwards that the fuel they get, once stored, has a specific amount of additives dispensed by their own supply added to the fuel and after it is all mixed, it then becomes the top tier quality fuel like some others.
    Whether it’s my 96 accord, 00 CR-V, or a rental car I had, I’ve never had a bad experience with Costco gas anywhere in the US and have always gotten slightly better mileage with it.

  8. Noticed you showed a Fram filter when saying ' if there not built right' and wondered. I have been hearing a lot of negative talk about the brand and my local store quit carrying them. I have always used Fram on all my engines since I was a kid and still do. I have never had a known problem and change oil and filter every 3 to 4 thousand miles. 238K miles on 2.7L Chrysler, 169K miles on 3.3L Chrysler and 178K miles on 3L Chevy and gave my old car to a kid, a slant 6 with 350K miles on it. That slant 6 is still being used as a daily driver. Did Fram drop their quality recently??

  9. Bad advice on beginner bike.  For street only get a Yamaha 700 twin cylinder. Great easy to use power, upright seating and easy to use.  There is a dual sport version coming out for 2020 that is going to be a fantastic adventure bike.

  10. Scotty, my observation with high filtration oil filters has been that the cold engine startup "clatter" duration is longer. My conclusion is it takes longer for sufficient oil lubrication to be acquired when the oil is cold and using the greater filtration. Is that because it takes longer for cold oil to flow thru the smaller filter holes? Is it because to achieve adequate cold startup lubrication the pressure must now build up to the bypass level to flow to the engine? When the 0W-20 oil in my Forester is warm and engine is also warm I do not detect any difference. Not very scientific to be based on my perception I know, but that is all I got. Have you seen or done any more scientific type cold startup comparisons? Thanks Scotty, I love your videos!

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