10 REASONS WHY ENGINES LOSE POWER OVER TIME

COMBUSTION ENGINES NEED FOUR MAIN THINGS TO RUN SMOOTHLY

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  • Does drivetribe even post their own content or do they just borrow from everyone else now

      2 years ago
  • Thank you for the video! Seems I'm on a safe side. New catalyst, new exhaust, new spark plugs, new throttle assembly, new water pump. Changing oil, air filter, & petrol filter regularly (every 8-10K km). No knocks. No problems going uphill. Driving on Shell Fuelsafe '95 and V-max only.

      2 years ago
    • Why the hell are you changing your fuel filter so often?

        2 years ago
    • Sorry, my bad. I meant oil filter.

      Thank you for noticing.

        2 years ago
  • Informative, that's a given but if you close your eyes, it's Kermit the frog talking engines!!

      2 years ago
  • If you want to keep your engine as clean as is humanly possible in the real world, run your petrol car on LPG. I know all the negatives, but the engine remains almost pristine and the oil remains virtually uncoloured (it's consistency will deteriorate with use, nevertheless). Another factor still remains.......... the actual design of the engine. A shoddily designed engine will remain rubbish, no matter HOW clean it is inside !

      2 years ago
  • All I did was scroll up as the video played - IT IS ! IT IS ! Kermit the Frog does cars ! Awesome !

      2 years ago
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