Replacing a fuel line in a SUV

8-Avg, 2019
657 831 Ko‘rishlar soni

0:00 replacing a rusted out fuel line on a Mitsubishi Montero SUV
20:15 Installing a tow hitch on a Honda Civic car
26:20 jetski riding

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  • Good to have friends,good egg.

    Johnny EspinozaJohnny EspinozaKun oldin
  • After this video I think I receive a good present

    Alvaro CisnerosAlvaro CisnerosOy oldin
  • Good looking dog!

    William Tukey, JrWilliam Tukey, JrOy oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind.

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruckOy oldin
  • Whatever money you spend on repairs you'll still be money ahead over the cost of new.

    Stephen Safran iiiStephen Safran iiiOy oldin
  • Wear can I buy the elect. Fuel pump Fishmanretired66@gmail.com 85 years old

    Howard MeyersHoward MeyersOy oldin
  • I can not believe you never loose it when things go wrong mate

    Dave DunnDave DunnOy oldin
  • That SUV will be in a crusher before it will need a new fuel line of any kind. I am glad my car isn’t in salt all winter.

    G BensonG BensonOy oldin
  • Levi called “shotgun!”

    Mike KearneyMike KearneyOy oldin
  • If you heat your tuber hoses up with real hot water they will go on better.

    Bert BattersbyBert BattersbyOy oldin
  • The ending of this video was fun. You do a great job man. Love all your work

    MrDavidelliottjrMrDavidelliottjrOy oldin
  • 25:20 Someone light a match lol Please don’t Love camarata

    RC6 YouTubeRC6 YouTubeOy oldin
  • 12:51 unpaid sponsorship

    Demo ManDemo Man2 oy oldin
  • I’m just waiting for one vehicle company to watch what andrew does to fix a vehicle, and actually listen and starts making vehicles like that

    Demo ManDemo Man2 oy oldin
  • If auto makers had copper fuel and brake lines, and frames that didn’t rust, they wouldn’t sell as many new cars.

    James NastoJames Nasto2 oy oldin
  • Had to do the same on my old Tahoe. Cut out fuel filter and replaced with in-line with clamps and rubber.

    LeewardStudiosLeewardStudios2 oy oldin
  • Easy on the lad. She is a lucky woman. He's got a clean shirt too.

    Will SWill S2 oy oldin
  • There's an access panel in the floor for getting to the fuel pump. You can see it in your video. You don't have to drop the tank. Great Mitsubishi design.

    Dan TarverDan Tarver3 oy oldin
  • The civic isn't rusty, are you serious?

    maverrrmaverrr3 oy oldin
  • A Real mechanic would replace the whole unit sinhce the life span is about used up. You are going to do that job again soon if you do not replace that pump

    Blackie ChongBlackie Chong3 oy oldin
    • Only a bad mechanic would replace the part with the same part. The part was a defective design that rusted out. It needs to be designed to never rust. I upgraded it. They would probably install some aftermarket pump that will not last as long as the good OEM on that is in there. This car is still running fine, I have been putting a ton of miles on it latley.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata3 oy oldin
  • i had to change out that bastardly fuel filter too, most time spent on a filter ever. did the same thing u did cut the thing out and replace the nonsense. at 285k n still purrin along tho

    Nutshottoupe jeshNutshottoupe jesh3 oy oldin
  • Glad he mentioned the nickel alloy of copper. using regular soft copper can be dangerous, particularly on brake lines as it can crack. Auto mfgs abandoned this almost 100 years ago. Now we have alloys that are rust proof so we can go back to "copper" lines.

    spudthspudth3 oy oldin
  • talking about possible future repairs 15 or 20 years from now... on a 20 year old SUV. love it. Andrew aint gonna let that truck go.... evar! lol

    Ed Lipp JrEd Lipp Jr3 oy oldin
  • Great job as usual and like the other stories that go along with the video.👍👍👍👍🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

    bohhica1bohhica13 oy oldin
  • i have a 2013 toyota tacoma that doesnt have a hitch. Would buying one and installing it be easy? or even possible?

    Dillon BoydDillon Boyd3 oy oldin
    • Yes

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata3 oy oldin
  • They use the steel line to keep costs down when they wouldn’t spend much more if they’d done it right the first time. It’s a way of making extra money but it’s a major inconvenience

    CLAYTON MOECHNIGCLAYTON MOECHNIG3 oy oldin
  • Japan does not salt their roads in the winter, which is why so many older Japanese vehicles are prone to rust. They weren't built with export first in mind.

    Cup & ConeCup & Cone3 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata Ya, even American trucks are just made incredibly cheap with those galvanized lines and waxed frames. The early Mazda bodies were super bad with rust.

      Cup & ConeCup & Cone3 oy oldin
    • American trucks rust out pretty fast too.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata3 oy oldin
  • Tree in the road let’s just send it

    Rowan SchulzRowan Schulz3 oy oldin
  • ржавый штат

    Klim ChugunkinKlim Chugunkin3 oy oldin
  • Surprised that Mitsubishi had a mild steel fuel line. The metal portion of fuel line in my 1996 Jeep XJ is stainless. Unfortunately, the other front to rear lines are mild steel so I am replacing them with NiCu.

    318 Six Pack318 Six Pack3 oy oldin
  • Reminds me of my GMC Yukon fuel leak. Rusted out lines and required an air hammer to loosen the lock ring on top of the tank. Genius engineers have the fuel pump sitting in a recess on top of the tank so water and salt can sit in there and rust up everything. Lived up to it's General Mess of Crap acronym.

    Bill BergquistBill Bergquist3 oy oldin
  • "Rusted out for no reason" Drives a 20 year old SUV in New York.

    Jeff KubelJeff Kubel3 oy oldin
    • @nikos xois both type of lines actually cost the same, at least for brake lines. Don't know how the price is different for fuel lines, but having them corroded in just 15 years is nuts.

      Ruben KelevraRuben KelevraOy oldin
    • Rusted out because when you lived in an area where there is so much salt on the road for 4-5 months/year this SUV, as per almost every other of his equipment, never been pressure wash under every spring.

      Den HackleDen Hackle2 oy oldin
    • @C K yes if all car was from nickel could be better. but nobody could buy it. quality depends on price.and for a factory, that makes 1-2 million cars every small part is to big cost at the end.

      nikos xoisnikos xois2 oy oldin
    • He's right, should come from the factory with NiCu lines.

      C KC K3 oy oldin
  • Check out this tree in the road right here, Nah just fukn send it.... Ooooo. Lol

    Ryan W FRyan W F3 oy oldin
  • What camera you usin?

    Glitch CablesGlitch Cables3 oy oldin
  • That tree topped it off for me...lol

    ERNIE GAMBOAERNIE GAMBOA3 oy oldin
  • You make me proud as Person who believes old American value! fixing thing is always better than buying a cheap junk.

    SuperKwame1SuperKwame13 oy oldin
  • Steel lines are garbage I agree. I've had enough trouble with them rusting out. SS is expensive n hard to work. NiCu line is the best n not that expensive. Good vid.

    Brian SumnerBrian Sumner3 oy oldin
  • This is the fuel line *grinds it* Put this here to stop your car from falling *hangs from it* This is my freind *we all know what goes here if you don’t your to young*

    Demo ManDemo Man4 oy oldin
  • Man, nothing rusts like that down here and I live close to the Gulf of Mexico! That’s that dam salt on the roads up there! Man you should treat that whole under carriage when it new to help prevent that! Just saying brother

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers4 oy oldin
  • I enjoy watching your videos and you making repairs on your trucks and equipment! Keep it going Andrew! 👌🏻👍🏻👍🏻

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers4 oy oldin
  • Pretty friend is pretty.... *eyebrow wiggles*

    Selash84Selash844 oy oldin
  • A Mitsubishi,A disgrace they made the planes that bombed Pearl Harbor.

    LcorcoranLcorcoran4 oy oldin
    • Lcorcoran the zero. It was a tough plane for a while

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata4 oy oldin
  • I got the same car, only in Australia its called a Mitsubishi Challenger. Best car i ever had After 250 miles only replaced the radiator and fuel filter. Must say that is the dumbest place to have a fuel filter. Hard to find and hard to get to. Andrew. Show me how to get to the spark plugs. They are hidden somewhere. Iv'e never been able to get to them.

    Alex RuzgusAlex Ruzgus4 oy oldin
  • "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy"

    Jeff OJeff O4 oy oldin
  • Copper lines are not put on cars or aircraft because the copper becomes brittle and cracks, from vibration(even the pulsations from the pump cause embrittlement), over time. The most common failure point is at the fitting. Copper lines are soft at first, then become hard from twisting, vibration, compression, stretching....etc. Virgin copper lines are too soft and too easily damaged at the final assembly line. A broken part on installation can STOP THE PRODUCTION LINE!!! Fuel injection systems operate at 30psi minimum. Steel lines are also less expensive. Steel lines are also less likely to be damaged during expedition/handling, from mfg. to installation on the assembly line. Multiply that by a couple million ... and you got a lot of money!

    WAVETUBE84WAVETUBE844 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata I agree, absolutely. If you look at it from the mass production viewpoint, they are not cost effective. They produce one vehicle every 90 seconds on each assembly line. Copper lines are easily damaged....and there are many lines under a vehicle. And many fittings. That means many possibilities to shut down the assembly line if any is damaged and must be reworked. It's not a perfect world.

      WAVETUBE84WAVETUBE844 oy oldin
    • Steel lines rust out and fail.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata4 oy oldin
  • That green jetski is monstrous!

    WAVETUBE84WAVETUBE844 oy oldin
  • If you cut them about 1-2 inches long left. You could of put a regular house and that would of made it easier

    RonLaGasss VolgsRonLaGasss Volgs4 oy oldin
  • Looks like Andrew got all cleaned up to install a hitch and electrical for a friend. IS THERE PERCHANCE A ROMANCE IN THE FUTURE

    James GoodmanJames Goodman4 oy oldin
  • You should get a Land Cruiser J10 when the Mitsubishi dies.

    FPVForLifeFPVForLife4 oy oldin
  • Have you ever dismantled a vehicle and forgotten how to re-assemble it? I doubt it though.

    Vivienne BhasinVivienne Bhasin4 oy oldin
  • So nice of you to do that for her.

    US Marine PatriotUS Marine Patriot4 oy oldin
  • My montero has an access panel in the rear for the fuel pump.

    aTROLLthatBanksaTROLLthatBanks4 oy oldin
  • 👍👍👍👍👍👋👋👋👋👋

    Steves Leonardoss MohnssSteves Leonardoss Mohnss4 oy oldin
  • just put a new pump in.

    Kevin StanardKevin Stanard4 oy oldin
  • You need to have a car wash you can pull into when you get home just to rinse all the salt off from underneath your vehicles, wouldn’t take much to build one using your hot water pressure washer. 👍🏻🇺🇸

    Slip KnotSlip Knot4 oy oldin
  • In 20 years the only part of that car left will be the fuel lines.

    Delta DavidDelta David4 oy oldin
  • Does that thing have air ride? What is the red part?

    JustinJustin4 oy oldin
    • Air helper springs.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata4 oy oldin
  • that pump cover could have used some rust proofing if it should hold up to the new copper lines :D

    Andrei Ritok-SchotschAndrei Ritok-Schotsch4 oy oldin
  • You know Andrew your a good fucking guy someone to look up to you go as far as letting people know the mistakes you've made and also the what not to make mistakes love you dawg I look up to your hard work I'm drunk peace Georgia bound baby

    Wiley pageWiley page5 oy oldin
  • 12:09 Soldering brass to an iron housing is impossible, covering this connection with two-component resin may not withstand the test of time. I made such connections, but over time they leaked, gasoline can escape even a small micro-drill. Time will tell if this connection will be tight.

    Stanisław KStanisław K5 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata Goog luck! I write from Poland, and watching, and watching and there is no end of watching yours films, sorry for my English

      Stanisław KStanisław K4 oy oldin
    • Its still working good.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata5 oy oldin
  • Bravo arkadaş hamarat ustasın elinden herşey geliyor eline sağlık türkiyede olsan seninle çalışırım👍🇹🇷

    Nevzat OZALPNevzat OZALP5 oy oldin
  • another great video Andrew, love the way you get the music timed just right, your a talented boy for sure.

    Jon HollandJon Holland5 oy oldin
  • Buena. A esa vecina también le haría el trabajo.

    Emilio SilvaEmilio Silva5 oy oldin
  • The "quick disconnect" fiting on the fuel filter has a button u push then it will release to where u can pull it off, dont just pry it off with a pry bar

    Ben BurrellBen Burrell5 oy oldin
  • ..."Got this tree on the road here"...thump bang...we're through. No slowing down etc. Epic!

    Steve TurpinSteve Turpin5 oy oldin
  • Putting salt on roads sure causes many problems to the underside of cars! What about using grit?

    Steve TurpinSteve Turpin5 oy oldin
    • Grit is fine. Need to stop using salt.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata5 oy oldin
  • How did you get solder to stick to steel? I know the new fuel lines are non-ferrous but the fuel pump sending unit plate is steel. That should not have worked.

    Jeff MoncalieriJeff Moncalieri6 oy oldin
  • Cámarata si cortas árboles te borro de la subcriscion.

    buceador srbuceador sr6 oy oldin
  • "Check out this tree in the road here.. meh f***in send it!"

    Built FuturesBuilt Futures6 oy oldin
  • Dude - you could make a living doing this to 90’s (probably even older) OBS fords for their mid ship tank sending units.. they are IMPOSSIBLE to find when the sending unit stops working. It not even a pump, just the fuel level sensor. Also - by now you’d think all cars and trucks would come with something designed on the frames to work with lifts to eliminate the possibility of them slipping off ..

    kctyphoonkctyphoon6 oy oldin
  • You wanna get disgusted - drop and empty a fuel tank out of an old truck.. theres so much shit in there, it’s unbelievable. Why ISNT there a filter BEFORE the tank?? Something stupidly easy to change.. its mind blowing.

    kctyphoonkctyphoon6 oy oldin
  • bro do you need an intern? I feel like I learned more stuff from your videos than from actual classes.

    sam 9952sam 99526 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata so I looked it up and it says." you must have a degree plus one year of work experience, or a total of five years' work experience, in the field you are looking to train in" sadly I don't meet the requirements for the visa. man, I wish I did it would have been awesome.

      sam 9952sam 99526 oy oldin
    • Maybe.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
  • I had a '94 Oldsmobile Bravada that had a similar problem (bought it off ebay from New York) I ended up cutting out about a foot of the send & return gas lines and clamping in some Gates rubber fuel hose. the fix worked pretty well for the year or so I had it after that but the vehicle had so many other problems that it just wasn't worth keeping so I just gave it away to charity. undercarriage rust is a huge problem for cars from the northern states - I learned my lesson from that experience.

    James ShelnuttJames Shelnutt6 oy oldin
  • Fuel lines on an American truck rust out exactly 10 years after the truck is scraped. All the new ones are garbage!

    OZ D1983OZ D19836 oy oldin
  • Talk about growing numbers, I noticed below 7 months before Andrew reached 300,000 now 7 months (4/7/2020) later it says 463,000 subscribers, Andrew are you selling any shares?

    Amos 3:threeAmos 3:three6 oy oldin
  • Mazda Tributes come from the factory with an access panel to the fuel pump. Just changes my own last month. 20 min job. When was the last time that filter was change?

    Bobs YouruncleBobs Youruncle6 oy oldin
  • Even with the car hoist it still looks like a pain in the you know what! LOL

    Jim StoutJim Stout6 oy oldin
  • You're really planning on getting another 15-20 years out of that SUV? Crazy guy. Can you go buy a lambo like every other youtuber?

    Don BinoDon Bino6 oy oldin
    • Yeah, I like that SUV. I don't want a lambo.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
  • Awesome vid and fantastic Jet Ski play at the end!

    Felix sFelix s7 oy oldin
  • "check out this tree in the road, ahh let's just fuckin send it... oooh!" love it!!!!!!!

    Ed Lipp JrEd Lipp Jr7 oy oldin
  • JB Weld have not had good luck with gas

    Darrell RoetersDarrell Roeters7 oy oldin
    • I see you put that on the outside, that's fine.

      Darrell RoetersDarrell Roeters7 oy oldin
  • I have a hunch that this guy doesn't like steel brake lines

    Freeman RogersFreeman Rogers7 oy oldin
  • you should have welded the nut to the spacer

    paul humphreyspaul humphreys7 oy oldin
  • ابوكلاب .

    Ftfthjk TlldttFtfthjk Tlldtt7 oy oldin
  • I thought Shoguns/ Monteros had metal tanks or is that just the diesels. Also 20 or 15 years isn't to bad out of a fuel line. In Scotland we are lucky if we see that out of a brake pipe.

    Baza SulliBaza Sulli7 oy oldin
  • Mitsubishi Montero Sport SUV. i had one and i have it on youtube look like mitsubishi challenger SUV with a bullbar on it. im from australia

    peter brownpeter brown7 oy oldin
  • Dobrá práce a moc pěkný pejsek.

    Vencah DedavenaVencah Dedavena8 oy oldin
  • andrew i hope someone has said something or you got it by now its 2020 but your lifting vehicles INCORRECTLY the legs go on the FRAME buddy

    Cozzi wysongCozzi wysong8 oy oldin
  • Rust.......rust rust every fucking were it nightmare ! You right car manufacturer are criminals.....

    Argus DacicusArgus Dacicus8 oy oldin
  • Curious to know what you did to get rid of any fumes that might have ignited

    Richard GRichard G8 oy oldin
  • I loved your method of going around that tree branch in the road ! Just run it over great !

    michael tarasenkomichael tarasenko8 oy oldin
  • Very much enjoy your videos...Andrew wouldn't it behoove you to have put a new gasket on fuel pump to tank...also have cleaned, primer ed and painted the top of the tank...lots of rust there may have to replace it in a few years

    Brodie BrodieBrodie Brodie8 oy oldin
  • 19:45 "so we got this tree on the road" "I'll just f*cking send it" LOL

    Geoff MckennaGeoff Mckenna9 oy oldin
  • You should design a vehicle with everything that is actually practical with all the helpful features

    Brian ArthurBrian Arthur9 oy oldin
  • check engine light is on

    RANDY POPPERWELLRANDY POPPERWELL9 oy oldin
    • Every check engine light is on. That light is nonsense.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata9 oy oldin
  • bough that wave runner but has that car ...damn

    who put this car herewho put this car here9 oy oldin
  • ur gonna have that thing for more than 15 years ? just scrap the hole car it and buy a diff one for the hours it took you to do this

    who put this car herewho put this car here9 oy oldin
  • Andrew would be battling it out with the car manufacturer's cost accountants! Although he's correct, the damn cost accountants win all the time.

    B KeenB Keen9 oy oldin
  • Levi is the real star of this channel

    Farmer TylerFarmer Tyler9 oy oldin
  • Andrew Camarata I had the exact same problem with mine up in Australia the model name is challenger I fixed the same way you did with the fuel line and fuel filter

    Shane WoodsShane Woods10 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata there not a bad SUV I've done the timing belt and water pump in mine and haven't had a problem with it apart from having to replace the fuel tank I do 5000km services

      Shane WoodsShane Woods10 oy oldin
    • Yeah, that is the way to do it.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata10 oy oldin
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