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The Cheapest Oil Change Using Zero-Cost DIY Tools – in 4K UHD


Why is this the cheapest oil change in the world? Because it includes four different DIY tools you can make at zero cost. In this video, I listed these DIY tools as four challenges. If you can make something even cheaper, then I will have the utmost respect for you.

Note that tools for oil changing are not that expensive, however if you can’t locate them or if you don’t DIY often, simple tools shown in this video would come in handy. If you do change your own engine oil often, then investing in better tools may not be a bad idea.

High definition video may help you see all of this better. This video is shot in the 4K UHD setting (if you have 4K TV, you may select this Youtube Setting/Quality).

To see the details of some of the tools I made, please watch the following videos:
4 Ways To Remove An Oil Filter Without Special Tool, DIY – in 4K UHD
https://youtu.be/QPVs03aZjmc

How to Raise or Lift a Car without Jack without Stand
https://youtu.be/KwJRQKDszyo

4 Ways To Make An Engine Oil Funnel & 2 Ways To Pour Oil
https://youtu.be/ICcqwXPSxmk

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Jack Stand
Oil Pan
Oil Filter Wrench
Oil Funnel
Oil Change
Cheapest Way
Engine Oil Change
DIY
Zero Cost
Motor Oil

The Cheapest & Easiest Way To Detect A Faulty Sparkplug Cable

The Cheapest & Easiest Way To Detect A Faulty Sparkplug Cable
If your engine light is on, telling you the cylinder is misfiring, then there is a simple easy way to determine if the sparkplug cable is at fault. And it does not cost you a penny.

Other related videos:
1. The cheapest way to change sparkplugs http://youtu.be/YhFWC8VcDOU
2. to DIY make a sparkplug socket: http://youtu.be/f0BXbktniQA

The Cheapest Way To Change Spark Plug

Based on the kinds of the tools you have, I will provide the cheapest way for you to change your spark plug. There are 3 key pieces:
1. the spark plug socket (rubber socket, magnetic socket or spring socket) , did you know you can make your own socket for changing the spark plug?
2. the gap gauge
3. the wrench extension set.

Since you don’t change your spark plug many times, you may not choose to buy a special tool. I claim to be the cheapest.

DIY: Make Your Own Spark Plug Socket

Did you know you can make your own socket for changing the spark plug? You can get rubber socket, magnetic socket or spring socket, but since changing the spark plug is simply removing the old one and installing the new one, if you don’t change spark plug often why spend more money than necessary?

This video discussed various issues about spark plug socket.