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Every car has its upsides and downsides. Style and/or longevity. For most it's "or".

I've watched a few of this guy's video over the years. This one points out a few things about why this particular MB is a money pit. Love how he compared one part to his 20 year old Toyota. (Watch the video before you comment on that.)

On a different note, his balls must of been in a rubber band during the recording. Never heard his voice so high pitched.

http://youtu.be/ZPJ64sTa7KI

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This is the same guy that recommends dumping lacquer thinner in your fuel tank to clean out your CAT and "fix" a P0420 code. Not high on my credibility scale.
 

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I've seen this guy on youtube. He has some very strange repair ideas. Some sound viable but most, like the lacquer thinner repair for the cat, are like wtf?! He's right about that Mercedes though.
 

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Trouble with the latest ones is the expense of repairing crash damage means many cars are written off, never had that trouble with our Lincoln's and Cadillac's.
 

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Ranger said:
This is the same guy that recommends dumping lacquer thinner in your fuel tank to clean out your CAT and "fix" a P0420 code. Not high on my credibility scale.
This actually worked on my grandfathers' '99 Eldorado and it cleared the P0420 code
 

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Maybe ol Scotty Kilmer isn't so far off. But then again that idea might not work on all cars.
 
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