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How To: Remove the coolant hoses on a Honda 919 motorcycle

In this automotive repair tutorial you will learn how to replace the coolant lines on a Honda 919/Hornet 900 motorcycle. Learn how to drain the coolant, replace the existing hoses with new ones (in this case braided stainless steels ones) and refill the coolant. If you want to upgrade the coolant hoses or just need to replace the existing ones on your Honda 919 motorcycle, this video shows you how it's done.

How To: Check and add engine coolant in your car

Coolant doesn't get used up during a vehicle's normal operation. If the coolant level is consistently low, your car has a coolant leak. Your mechanic can pressure-check the cooling system to find any leaks or you can check the situation out yourself. Watch this video tutorial to see how to check and add engine coolant in your car with antifreeze.

How To: Repair coolant level sensors

Where is the coolant level sensor and how to fix or replace it on a Mercury Sable?? The coolant sensor is located in the coolant reservoir bottle. It cannot be serviced, you can only replace the reservoir. However, if just the sensor is bad, you can also try unplugging the sensor at the coolant reservoir bottle. Unscrew the two screws holding the reservoir bottle in place. With the bottle loose, tilt the bottle slightly toward you until you see wiring coming out of the reservoir bottle, that ...

How To: Replace the top coolant radiator hose in a Ford F-150

In this tutorial, we learn how to replace the top coolant radiator hose in a Ford F-150. If you notice that your hose is leaking and fluid, this is a sign you need to replace the hose! First, remove the coolant from the car so you can remove your hose. After you are sure you have removed all the coolant, you will then want to perform a back flush on the vehicle and flush the radiator. When you are finished with this, you will need to replace the hose and then replace all the fluids back in yo...

How To: Troubleshoot a mysterious coolant leak on a 1999 Jeep Cherokee 4.0L

The main complaint for this 1999 Jeep Cherokee, 4.0L, is that the Low Coolant Light keeps flashing on and that it keeps needing coolant. Nothing seems to be leaking on the ground, so where's the leak going? After doing the normal pressure test to spot the leak, and the combustion gas leak, and the overnight test, nothing seemed to work. The coolant leak could not be identified. So, it must be the cylinder head, right? But you need evidence of that first. Watch and learn how to prove your theo...

How To: Flush the coolant in a Kawasaki KLR650

This motorcycle maintenance video shows you how to flush the coolant in a Kawasaki KLR650 bike. The coolant drain is a vertical bolt (8 mm) on the front right side of the engine (the water pump). There is a horizontal bolt near it which helps hold the water pump to the engine. That one won't drain it the way you want it drained... unless you want a mess. Now that you know where to look, check out the video and see how to flush the coolant in a KLR 650.

How To: Replace an engine coolant temp sensor on a Saturn S

If you own a vehicle in the Saturn S-series, chances are you may have run into some problems with your car. Just like with any car, there are things that need to be checked or replaced in order for them to work properly. One of those things may be the engine's coolant tempature sensor. This is an issue, especially when you're trying to make sure your car doesn't get overheated. So check out this tutorial on how to replace one today. Enjoy!

How To: Replace an engine coolant tempature sensor on a Saturn

Richpin shows the proper way to replace an engine coolant temperature sensor on a Saturn S series. Before he explains the steps of replacing the sensor, Richpin covers the tools to use. Also, Richpin illustrates the types of tools to avoid before beginning the replacement process. First, remove the cap from the expansion tank and then tighten it the way it was before. Next, Richpin shows the procedure for locating the temp sensor. Then, remove the connector from the sensor. Afterwards, Richpi...

How To: Check and replace hoses in your automobile

Probably the most important hoses under your automobile's hood are the ones that transfer coolant. Since coolant is very hot, about 200 degrees and under pressure, these engine hoses are prone to failure. A failure in one of these hoses will definitely ruin your day, and maybe your car or other vehicle.

How To: Replace a Saturn S-Series engine coolant temp sensor

One day, your car may break down and you won't be able to afford to hire a mechanic, so what do you do... you look on the web for some how-to vehicle repair videos and become your own car mechanic, that's what. You don't need any advanced training to perform repairs and simple maintenance on your automobile, but you may need a few tools. Invest in the basic tools and you'll be prepared for just about any car malfunction you can think of. These tutorials will help get you on your way, as long ...

How To: Flush your radiator and cooling panel

Learn how to flush your engine coolant and install a radiator cooling panel to help divert more air through your radiator with the help of this automotive maintenance guide. The process, though it might sound difficult, is actually so simple that this video can present a complete overview in just over four minutes' time.

How To: Defeat the Brood Mother in Darksiders

In this next tutorial for the Xbox 360 and PS3 game, Darksiders, you'll be going face-to-face with one of the ugliest looking bosses in the game: The Brood Mother. This battle won't be a walk in the park, especially if you're playing a harder difficulty.

How To: Bleed your car's cooling system (and get the air out)

The temperature control onto hot and the fan is turned off. A bleeder is loosened with a 12mm screwing object. A funnel attachment is placed onto the cooling system and the actual funnel placed ontop. A pre-mixed liquid is poured into the funnel. The bleeder valve is then tightened. Another set of liquid is poured into the funnel and some is poured into a reservoir at about 3/4. The vehicle is started and druiven a few steps back and left on, to run at about 2500 rpm until the cooling fan com...

How to Walkthrough Darksiders: The Hollows - Griever

You need to give the Griever's heart to Samuel in this level in the Xbox 360 game Darksiders, The Hollows - Griever. The Beholder door will lead you to a long tunnel where a massive creature called the Torture Coil likes to nab helpless souls who pass by with its giant tentacles. Push the subway car up the track in front of you and the creature will grab the car instead of you. This will clog its hole so you can safely pass by. Head through the hole in the wall at the end of the tunnel. Follo...

How To: Use the Lathe Editor tool in Swift 3D v6

Learn to Use the Lathe Editor for lathe-machined objects in Swift 3D v6. A lathe machine operates by spinning an object really fast while it is held tightly at both ends. The lathe operator uses cutting tools and coolants on the side to shape the object. Whether you're new to Electric Rain's popular Flash-oriented 3D modeler or just looking to better acquaint yourself with the program, you're sure to find much of value from this free video software tutorial. For more information, including a ...

How To: Easily fix leaks and drips on a VW Beetle Bug

One of the worst things to find out about your car is that you have a leak. Oil, transmission, coolant, whatever it may be, leaks are no fun. So in this tutorial, you'll be focusing on one of the more common leaks, oil. Find out how to easily fix leaks and drips for a VW Beetle Bug. It should be easy to do and will result in less of a mess and a better running car. Enjoy!

How To: Watercool a PC

If you've never dabbled in water cooling, it's all about removing heat from the components in your PC using water instead of air–although instead of having a "cooling jacket" designed into the engine block, you attach a waterblock to the component you want to cool on your motherboard (or GPU, HD, memory, etc) in place of a heatsink, along with a set of tubes, a heat exchanger (i.e., radiator) along with a pump to move your coolant. In this video, you'll learn the fundamentals of watercooling ...

How To: Earn the "Dodge This" achievement in Red Dead Redemption on the Herd mission

This achievement can be earned on the Outlaw to the End downloadable cooperative mission in Read Dead Redemption. To get the Dodge This achievement, start a private match with a friend on the Herd mission. Once the mission starts, select the bolt action rifle and the rolling black rifle. Use the bolt action as your primary weapon, and shoot the TNT crate next to the tent on the righthand side. Quickly switch over to your rolling black rifle. Have your teammate use one of the repeaters to weak...

How To: Use the Protoss High Templar and their Psionic Storm ability in StarCraft 2

After 12 years Starcraft 2 is finally here to blow your mind. If you're looking for help with the game, you've come to the right place. We have tons of videos about how to do just about everything in the game. We have strategies for winning campaign and multiplayer games. We have guides to using the immensely powerful level editor. We'll even teach you how to build a Terran Barracks out of Legos. This video will show you how to use the Protoss High Templar's Psionic Storm ability most effecti...

How To: Start a Car After a Very, Very Long Time in Storage

My grandfather's brother won this car in a lottery during 1957. He had no driver's license, but his brothers used to give him a lift in it. From 1975 to 1996, the car was parked in my grandfather's brother's garage. My grandfather moved the car on a trailer in 1996 to his garage a few miles away, but it's been standing still there until this year when I rolled it out and started it up. This was the first time someone turned it on in 38 years!

How To: Check and refill engine coolant

For a car to operate normally, it must have some basic care and maintenance. In these free automotive repair videos, learn how to maintain your engine cooling system. The cooling system keeps your car from overheating on the road; a lot of heat is generated by an internal combustion engine, which must be properly dissipated. Our expert will show you how to check antifreeze levels and mix and refill your fluid if needed. He’ll also give you tips on how to find leaks, and how to flush your cool...

How To: Do muscle-building workouts for beginners

If you feel like your muscles are starting to sag and weaken, check out this tutorial. In this video, professional fitness trainer, Kathy Kaehler, will show you how to perform some simple strength training exercises that will make a big difference for your body. These exercises are quick and easy and will even fit into the schedules of working or busy moms. Kathy trains many celebrities and appears as fitness correcspondent on the Today Show in New York City. Follow along with her as she demo...

How To: Build stamina when running

Watch this instructional fitness video to learn how to build stamina when running. Jogging is a simple and efficient exercise, but you should make sure you are doing it right. Stamina is different than endurance, in that you have to keep the same speed and strength without weakening. It's important to take in as much oxygen as possible and work on lowering your lactic acid output. Run in one minute bursts to slowly build up stamina.

How To: Perform a coolant flush

Let's try it on a G-35. The things needed are 2 gallons of engine ice and distilled water, engine flush, drain pan, funnel, safety glasses and some bags. First, remove the radiator cap and drain off the radiator, then re-instal the drain plug. Add one bottle of engine flush, distilled water, then re-instal radiator cap and run engine for 20-30 minutes. Allow engine to cool and the repeat the previous steps using only distilled water until water is present during draining. Then add engine ice ...

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