How to Install a Battery Kill Switch

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    ChrisFixChrisFixAcum 2 luni
    • When is your next race

      Julian PerezJulian PerezAcum 24 Zile
    • I’m in the US but I’m not sure if I’m in the area but I’d love to go

      JuniorGamingJuniorGamingAcum 25 Zile
    • I live in Wisconsin:(

      KazreeKazreeAcum lună
    • I love

      Abel McFlurryAbel McFlurryAcum lună
  • I love how Chris' videos are almost an hour long, making them not that rushed and giving a lot more information at the same time

    Franklin GarciaFranklin GarciaAcum 2 luni
    • one nice thing for me is that he does tend to restate info video-to-video not expecting you to already know or have watched other videos unless it was referenced.

      Nick FontanaNick FontanaAcum lună
    • Do you by any chance know what BMW he is working on in the video?

      YaninoYaninoAcum lună
    • It was an hour?

      Denver KenyonDenver KenyonAcum 2 luni
    • Yeah he is the best car tutorial ROburnr by far....

      Ron JonesRon JonesAcum 2 luni
    • I didn’t notice that the video was a hour long!

      Olim PatherOlim PatherAcum 2 luni
  • I've been looking to find 40 minutes of time to sit down and watch this in its entirety. I finally did and I gotta say I was beyond impressed. The amount of detail you cover in this video is insane, I could only imagine the time it took to make this happen. As someone who works in the automotive industry, all of your videos have proven to be incredibly helpful and have given me confidence to move up and advance myself. It proves I can do anything with common hand tools and soapy wooder🙂 I appreciate all the work you do!

    The Quacken's Coaster ChannelThe Quacken's Coaster ChannelAcum 2 luni
    • You can hit the ellipses (3 dots on the video) and adjust the playback speed. If you can manage it in 2x speed it cuts the video time in half :)

      rrek7rrek7Acum 21 o Zi
    • Never underestimate medium threadlocker bless the genius who made it

      EastCoast Most wantedEastCoast Most wantedAcum 23 Zile
    • Can't forget medium strenth threadlocker. 😅 He didn't use it in this Video though.

      Luca CzerninLuca CzerninAcum 2 luni
    • Thanks a lot!

      ChrisFixChrisFixAcum 2 luni
  • I always feel like I'm 5 y/o "helping" my dad repair his car when I watch your videos, Chris. The assuring and confident tone of your voice, combined with detailed explanations never fail to make me confident that I could do anything. Thank you!

    George LaurentiuGeorge LaurentiuAcum 2 luni
  • As an electrician (Sparky), I've had my fair share of rushed/bad crimps. I always hate accidentally cutting the copper wire. It is so annoying. I love watching you do electrical work. Reminds me of why I got into it

    Hornet92Hornet92Acum 2 Zile
    • Thanks a lot! Yea cutting too deep into the copper wires by accident is always so annoying. You try to be careful and you still cut a few strands haha

      ChrisFixChrisFixAcum 2 Zile
  • Chris’ video are A+ quality and he provides so much information. He knows the material, is neat, and organized. Plus, he seems to truly enjoy doing the videos and sounds so happy when the job is completed. Great job, Chris. Keep the video’s coming.

    Mark TMark TAcum 2 luni
  • I don’t have any interest in installing a kill switch in my car. With that said, I thoroughly enjoyed watching this video. Your attention to detail, professionalism, and explanations always make watching each video satisfying and a learning experience. Well done!

    PaulPaulAcum 2 luni
    • SAME

      Chace😈Chace😈Acum 5 Zile
    • Yeah this channel turned from diy’s to following his racing adventure BORING

      Meyers MichaelMeyers MichaelAcum 2 luni
    • The thing is, I dont think half the people watching the videos are planning on doing any of this, BUT we always learn a lot of stuff that we can apply on other projects/repairs.

      Abdiel HernandezAbdiel HernandezAcum 2 luni
    • @Zylo 7 lol my point exactly!

      PaulPaulAcum 2 luni
    • I don't even have a car lmao

      Zylo 7Zylo 7Acum 2 luni
  • I loved seeing the inside of a proper crimp. You’re the man! Thanks for taking the time to show us.

    eastcoastnickeastcoastnickAcum 2 luni
  • You never twist the exposed copper on cable, when inserting into terminals to be crimped. Doing so makes the overall diameter of the cable larger than it's supposed to be. Not always an issue when using cheaper terminals that aren't all that precisely made, but when you're using more expensive/precise ones it can be the difference between getting every strand in or not. So best practice is to not do it at all

    Mathew ForsmanMathew ForsmanAcum 2 luni
    • Ure ruining it...

      Kopano MojapeloKopano MojapeloAcum lună
  • Hey Chris I just wanted to let you know I absolutely love your breakdowns on repairs. I watched alot of your videos and they're great 👍 thank you for putting out quality stuff and keep up the good work.

    Wolfgang TrackWolfgang TrackAcum lună
  • Hi Chris thanks for your shows. I really enjoy watching. It's great to see how cars really work without the sharp in take of breath as the mechanic explains what's wrong. It's amazing how many people drive cars & have no idea how they really work myself included. Best of luck to you and tour channel!!!

    Marty Let it beeMarty Let it beeAcum 2 luni
  • Still the golden standard for making "how to" videos. Thank you Chris

    GotzeGotzeAcum 2 luni
    • @Fight For Old D.C Sorry about that lol I accide tally clicked your account and thought "wtf". He definitely was entertaining.

      AnartikAnartikAcum o Zi
    • @Anartik LOL nah The videos of him on my channel are from his old Live streams. I just thought they were funny clips.

      Fight For Old D.CFight For Old D.CAcum 2 Zile
    • @Fight For Old D.C I sincerely hope you aren't the caught predator EDP445

      AnartikAnartikAcum 2 Zile
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      Repent and believe in Jesus ChristRepent and believe in Jesus ChristAcum 2 luni
    • @ChrisFix and you actually do stuff that most of your viewers can actually do and learn from. You do everything in your driveway and Try your best to use the most classic tools as possible Respect.

      Fight For Old D.CFight For Old D.CAcum 2 luni
  • Yes, another great video, lots and lots of useful informations. I like the heat gun a lot and adding that silicone paste is another step to make simple job on another level. If only I had teachers in school that would give this many useful tips while enjoing their work so much. Thanks Chris!

    kret63kret63Acum 2 luni
  • Love how Chrisfix can make a 40 min video feel like 15 mins. This guy along with Donut Media are the goats of car oriented ROburn channels and that's a fact.

    TheTattedBanditTheTattedBanditAcum 2 luni
  • you have helped me and tons of other people with your amazing videos, Extreamly detailed and really easy to follow. Thanks alot for the work you do. if i could decide you would never stop :) have a great day.

    MandelMandelAcum 2 luni
  • I'm surprised by the level of organization those wires have got, you did an amazing (and very safety-friendly) job there

    Octavio PesariniOctavio PesariniAcum 2 luni
  • Electrician here! Great job as always Chris but I have one critique. When crimping lugs it's best practice to crimp at the top of the lug not the base like you did. Starting at the base leaves to potential of a air gap between the top of the lug and the wire. This happens due the to stretching of the lug when you crimp it. Now I'm 100 percent certain you won't have any problems with the way you did it because it's such low voltage but just thought you should know. As always Great job and love your veidos.

    Cliff AdamsCliff AdamsAcum 2 luni
    • Good Catch

      Helmer MussellHelmer MussellAcum lună
    • @thecomputerguy777 This kill switch will probably not be used as a form of theft-prevention, its mainly a safety measure. And if your car is close to or already bruning, Im pretty certain you dont care about the few sensors you will fry by using this switch. He just mentioned that this *could* be used for theft prevention, not that you *should* do it.

      Chrispack 93Chrispack 93Acum 2 luni
    • @BustaNut that’s what I was thinking. Kill the spark system and not the DME/ECU as it’s a BMW and the electrical systems in it are not a fan of sudden power cuts and comebacks. He’ll be on the track and having to spend a few laps relearning everything before his car will perform like it should as it’ll have to relearn shifting, and sensor/engine adaptations.

      thecomputerguy777thecomputerguy777Acum 2 luni
    • @Adrien BourbY The lug also stretches during crimping, so you still have to crimp it starting from the top of the lug. If it is done the wrong way, the lug will not be able to stretch and it may crack.

      PotaattiPotaattiAcum 2 luni
    • @ChrisFix another piece of advice, you could always leave power on the ECM/PCM.. So that way your engine wouldn't have to relearn all the sensors the first 30 mins of driving. And in some states this will cause people who use this daily to fail vehicle inspection due to incomplete drive cycles.

      BustaNutBustaNutAcum 2 luni
  • Sweet video and great detail. Was planning to add a kill switch like this to my Cobra build. Awesome that you link all the products to make it easy for the rest of us!

    Robert WinstonRobert WinstonAcum 2 luni
  • Liked and subbed! Great job man this is such a well put together tutorial! My totally nit picky suggestions would be to ditch the cheap looking plastic split loom cover for some nice braided nylon expandable sleeve, and replace the Home Depot hardware on the switch panel with black button head Allen bolts. Good work! 🙌🏻

  • Those hand crimpers work great, I used em when upgrading my truck to a 390amp alternator paired with a 3000/6000 watt inverter. Got a set off amazon! They can be a bit awkward when crimping something in the truck, but after doing a few ya get a hang of it.

    Moto NuggetMoto NuggetAcum 2 luni
  • 4:30 Its common practice to prefer to switch the positive terminal over the negative. Also in working with electricity that is the case, you always want to switch the "hot" cable

    CrazyPlayer51251CrazyPlayer51251Acum 2 luni
  • Hey Chris! I just fixed the A/C in our 2008 Honda Accord thanks to your help with all of your car fixing videos. Your videos have helped me on how to understand cars better and get comfortable working on cars. I found out the relay was bad and the clutch in the A/C compressor was not being powered by the relay. I replaced the relay and the A/C worked amazing.

    Lego dude07Lego dude07Acum lună
  • Great video as always I've learned a ton of fixes and generic info from your vids over the years. The only thing in this one for me is the file. When you use it you should only use forward strokes, lifting off as you come back to start the next stroke. Your file cuts cleaner and lasts longer and will probably clean up the edges faster.

    matthew blakematthew blakeAcum 2 luni
    • Thanks I'll look into that.

      matthew blakematthew blakeAcum 2 luni
    • Thanks for the tip but that’s actually a myth that was disproven recently (at least the file wearing down). They tested it out and there is no significant difference between lifting and scraping on the back stroke. I use to think the same thing! You can search for the video of the test on ROburn.

      ChrisFixChrisFixAcum 2 luni
  • Hi Chris, thank you for all your great videos, they are always thorough and well explained.. I have a request for a upcoming video. I have never found a good video on ROburn on how to understand the live data when scanning your car. What does all these data mean and how can I use the different sensors to find specific faults. Would be great to get a detailed video from you about this topic.

    Nichlas IversenNichlas IversenAcum 2 luni
  • as a fellow car enthusiast , its nice to see someone else's attention to detail. it really makes the project a day and night finish. another great video chris.

    Alonso CastellonAlonso CastellonAcum 2 luni
  • Seeing the inside of the crimp is so cool! I've been doing automotive work my entire life and have a degree in electrical engineering. But I had absolutely no clue that a crimp like this compresses all the wires into a literal solid lump of copper! That makes me feel a lot more confident in how they work. That's crazy!

    AgentOrange96AgentOrange96Acum 2 luni
    • Yeah I’m with @WorkinDuck on this. Generally, cold welding requires the metals to be cleaned of their oxide layers, and common copper wires are definitely not free of their oxide layer. Another thing is cold welding works best on flat surfaces with no irregularities. In a very ideal situation it is possible to cold weld wires when crimping them together, however, I feel there are to many variables and the wires would not cold weld in the vast majority of crimping situations.

      Nick LindseyNick LindseyAcum 2 luni
    • i wonder where the Axia's computer is

      Ka Chuen ChanKa Chuen ChanAcum 2 luni
    • @Leuel48Fan cold welding. Metal attaches to itself when you remove any surface air and oxidation

      Agent OfficeAgent OfficeAcum 2 luni
    • @WorkinDuck No, it is very possible and it is the only right way to crimp. A good crimp will cold weld the metal together. Period.

      David JerebDavid JerebAcum 2 luni
    • @Witcher Joker This isn't possible while wire crimping, since the individual strands would break at the end of the crimp with that much compression

      WorkinDuckWorkinDuckAcum 2 luni
  • Hi Chris, let me tell you. I love your videos because you explain very well putting common sense and special attention to details. Congratulations

    Lontano ShoesLontano ShoesAcum o Zi
  • Not planning on installing this in my car, but this video is just useful to watch regardless. Great stuff Chris, thanks!!

    filip000filip000Acum 2 luni
  • Hey ChrisFix, and thanks for another splendid video. One quick note, the double sided tape tie strap brackets are nice and easy to install but the tape will eventually let go. I have learned that from my workplace. There are other similar brackets that have a additional hole in the middle for a fastener to permanently attatch the brackets. Cheers from Finland 😎

    DatorturkenDatorturkenAcum 15 Zile
  • I absolutely love the time and effort put into showing how to do this properly. AND to include the stuff that sucks. wire management sucks, but it's important and you showed the easiest way to handle it.

    Zrage VIIZrage VIIAcum lună
    • Thanks!

      ChrisFixChrisFixAcum lună
  • DC electrician here and even I learned some things. Always a pleasure learning more from you to perfect the craft. Beautiful work Chris!

    Simon FozzySimon FozzyAcum 2 luni
    • Thanks a lot

      ChrisFixChrisFixAcum 2 luni
  • Great video Chris ! You could literally teach anything to anyone!!!

    Jesus RodriguezJesus RodriguezAcum 2 luni
  • Thank you Chris your videos are so clear and detailed, they are top notch. I always learn something - frequently several things!

    Dekker LundquistDekker LundquistAcum 2 luni
  • Absolutely awesome video! I don't have a car with access to the internals as in the video but it still was extremely instructive to watch. Guess a video using a "normal" car would not be possible but it would be great to see the same thing done to a regular car. Perhaps keeping power to the on-board computer would also be an option so that it's settings can remain without having to be learned all over. But still a very engrossing video to watch !

    PeterPeterAcum 2 luni
  • When cutting long parallel wires (especially if they are the same color!) it's a good idea to add a label before cutting them so you know which is the "other half". Electrical tape of matching color on either "half" would be ideal. Edit: oh, you did it before installing them.

    Matías G. LlapurMatías G. LlapurAcum 2 luni
  • Brilliant video, I’m sure this knowledge will come in handy one day and not just sit in my brain never to be used again…

    The British Auto ChannelThe British Auto ChannelAcum 2 luni
    • Isn’t this most of what life is 😂

      Top LobsterTop LobsterAcum 2 luni
    • The why did u click on this video?

      aayan goverskiaayan goverskiAcum 2 luni
    • Better than equations

      gonçalo rochagonçalo rochaAcum 2 luni
  • I have no use for this video but I absolutely LOVE to learn from watching your videos! You are definitely one of my favorite ROburnrs! You make this all so fun to learn. Thank you for being amazing and most importantly; for loving what you do and sharing with all of us! ♥️♥️♥️🫠

    Ms BeautifulMs BeautifulAcum 2 luni
  • As a starting mechanic I swear I know everything about what I do by watching this man.

    NoVa DevildogNoVa DevildogAcum 2 luni
  • I know I’ll never do this, but watched the entire video as usual. How does one so young know all this stuff? Thanks Chris!

    Peggy DuncanPeggy DuncanAcum 5 Zile
  • This is great as always. I love your channel because we are always learning. There are things I may never use but its still fun learning from your channel!

    Restoration RescueRestoration RescueAcum 2 luni
  • All Chris's videos are amazing. I watch this channel on repeat as entertainment after absorbing all of his information

    lyndon mccooklyndon mccookAcum 2 luni
  • I generally know how to do all the tasks that your videos show; BUT, there are a few tip and tricks I gain from your tutorials. Also, it's entertaining watching you make it look easy. Thanks!

    Kerry ClarkKerry ClarkAcum 2 luni
  • I like the details! Exactly how I would do it myself, no half work. Awesome Chris as usual!

    Tim AriaansTim AriaansAcum 2 luni
  • I love all the info you spread thru this channel, Chris. You're a good dude!

    EdamnafEdamnafAcum 2 luni
  • Im so glad you showed the inside of those crimps. Really teaches how important it is to get a good connection!

    KarlKarlAcum 2 luni
    • Same, I didn’t know by crimping it, it become one solid piece, definitely very helpful!

      Gamersens 23Gamersens 23Acum 2 luni
    • Yeah I thought it was important to show how solid it really should be. Gives you a good idea of what’s going on inside when you crimp.

      ChrisFixChrisFixAcum 2 luni
  • Hey Chris! An update on my lawn mower project. I was able to change the fuel line and fix one of the problems, which was a bad ignition coil. Another problem I experienced was it was sparking at the wrong time. Considering it’s age I thought the flywheel was moved to the wrong position. So I need to remove the bolt holding it in but the bolt won’t budge, even with a impact drill. Any tips?

    Alek ShawAlek ShawAcum 2 luni
  • That’s some great clean work,love watching your videos 👍🏼

    Gaston DaigleGaston DaigleAcum 2 luni
  • I can’t stop watching these videos!!! I love this series!! Very inspiring! Thanks dude!

    Mimi MorlanMimi MorlanAcum 2 luni
  • love how i know im NEVER going to do this to my car but i always watch the videos just because i love how entertaining this man and his videos are

    Alexander G.T.LaurencelleAlexander G.T.LaurencelleAcum 2 luni
  • Great video! Just a tip: You can get marine grade heat shrink which has a heat-activated adhesive lining on the inside so you don't need to apply the silicone. The adhesive also helps to add some strain relief. =)

    Panda GamesPanda GamesAcum 2 luni
    • @ChrisFix NP, I only know because I had to relocate my battery to my trunk to make room for a new intake. XD

      Panda GamesPanda GamesAcum lună
    • Thanks for the tip! That is a good idea!

      ChrisFixChrisFixAcum lună
  • Thank you Chris for spending your day making videos for us love them they are so fun to use the information on your own car

    The Old Glory American FlagThe Old Glory American FlagAcum lună
  • I like to use adhesive lined heat shrink on my automotive connections where the cable will be exposed to moisture. There are also some really nice cable strippers that have an adjustable depth blade, then spin on to the cable and spiral cut it on the way so you can easily peel it off without worrying about cutting strands!

    Matt BlankMatt BlankAcum 2 luni
  • Even though I don't plan on installing a kill switch in my car, watching your videos shows reinforces the idea of coming up with a plan whenever working on my car. If nothing else, the learning method of planning a project is invaluable.

    Napoleon the AfromiteNapoleon the AfromiteAcum 2 luni
  • Also. Kill switches are good for vehicles that sit for a while (more than 1 week). Especially vehicles with weak or old batteries. Killing all power can save the last starts of a battery, as the engine computers and Anti-theft still take power when KOEO.

    Police 428Police 428Acum 2 luni
    • Not really, because by removing battery power, the computer forgets all the optimal engine timings. Disconnecting the car battery during storage is something you can do with a 70's car.. not with anything beyond 2000

      RichardRichardAcum 2 luni
  • Whenever I build my autocross car, this will definitely come in handy. Thank you for always making high quality videos, with information that goes in depth. I've been subscribed for at least 6 years and I've never been disappointed in anything you post

    Screamcheese246Screamcheese246Acum 2 luni
    • @Yeet Holy smokes, it feels like 2015. was 2 years ago lol. Hell, we're half way through the 2022. and New Year was like last week. Time flies.

      CMECMEAcum 2 luni
    • @Khat So that's 7 years ago? Lol

      YeetYeetAcum 2 luni
    • Not trying to be annoying but your acc was made in 2015?

      KhatKhatAcum 2 luni
    • That’s the goal! Glad the videos are helpful!

      ChrisFixChrisFixAcum 2 luni
  • You're the reason, I started DIY car repairs. Love your videos chris.

    Md.Nayyar Hassnain KhanMd.Nayyar Hassnain KhanAcum 2 luni
  • I dont need a kill switch but still learn so much more from the detail in your videos. The crimping, heat shrink and cable management can be used in so many other applications and you do such a great job explaining and demonstrating. Now for more ChrisFish vids!

    Shane CardShane CardAcum 2 luni
    • Exactly! You get it! ChrisFish is very delayed bc I’m so busy with ChrisFix I can’t keep up lol.

      ChrisFixChrisFixAcum 2 luni
  • I love how your wiring looks so much cleaner than the factory

    ShadowofskippyShadowofskippyAcum 2 luni
  • Im so glad you showed the inside of those crimps. Really teaches how important it is to get a good connection!

    yasio boloyasio boloAcum 2 luni
  • Thank you for making these “how to” videos. I recently got into cars with my dad 2 years ago. We started building our own, fixing it up just the way we wanted to spend time together. 9 months ago he passed away, never getting the chance to teach me everything about cars. These videos have helped me develop and learn more so I can live on and finish this build. Your making an impact on many peoples lives, thank you.

    vistasvistasAcum 2 luni
    • 🙏🙏

      jassi 3jassi 3Acum 2 luni
    • Sorry for your loss man. What kinda car was it?

      PepeOnPCPepeOnPCAcum 2 luni
    • W son

      Dominic GullartDominic GullartAcum 2 luni
    • Glad you could finish Ur build. Must mean a lot to you

      Nicholas DaltonNicholas DaltonAcum 2 luni
    • Sorry for your loss bro🙏

      Rownen DeguaraRownen DeguaraAcum 2 luni
  • No matter how many times I have done something similar, I always learn a ton of new shit when watching Chris Fix, amazing!

    RemeberME ReMaSRemeberME ReMaSAcum 2 luni
  • Outdid yourself this time, simply amazing quality and detail!

    J CJ CAcum 2 luni
  • Being an electrician this was VERY WELL EXPLAINED! Nicely done, Chris! - I am just shocked, with how well you do your work, you don't twist the zip tie's slack with linesman's pliers and just cut them with dikes! LOL

    Mike NormandyMike NormandyAcum 2 luni
    • You definitely get a tighter bight with twisting off the tail but I think there's enough tightness on the cable without twisting off the tail.

      Helmer MussellHelmer MussellAcum lună
  • Dude this is the most helpful ROburn channel in existence!! Thank you so much for all of this help brother. Many of your videos have saved me time and money 🙏🏾

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  • Great video! Heat shrink is always so satisfying 🤘

    Jamie's GarageJamie's GarageAcum 2 luni
    • For a moment i thought chris was gonna say "HEY wheres my engine" , hahaha

      DeepfriedDeepfriedAcum 2 luni
    • Thanks Jamie! And yeah heating heat shrink is so rewarding

      ChrisFixChrisFixAcum 2 luni
  • Nice work as always, Chris!

    802 Garage802 GarageAcum 2 luni
    • Thanks a lot bud!

      ChrisFixChrisFixAcum 2 luni
  • You can also 20:38 use small colored zip ties spaced every 12 inches or so as an indicator. They come in about 8 - 10 different colors. Bundling wires for like you are, you could put yellow ties on the alternator side of the switch and red ties on the battery side. That way at a glance you know which red cable is runs where.

    T BT BAcum 2 luni
  • Hey Chris! I have a question. So most of the times I see you using the spill proof funnel to fill up the coolant, and it is good for bleeding the air. But if I have a maximum line in my collant reservoir, how should I use it?

    Áron GazsiÁron GazsiAcum lună
    • And can I turn on the engine while the collant is above the maximum line to bleed the air system or can damage something?

      Áron GazsiÁron GazsiAcum lună
    • Fill it up with the funnel and use a turkey baster to remove any excess until you are at the right line!

      ChrisFixChrisFixAcum lună
  • Hey chris, i just wanna say thanks you so much for these vids! They are really helpful and enjoyable to watch! You are the best boredom curer! keep it up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👌

    Dixon MusicDixon MusicAcum 2 luni
  • Hello Chris. Thank you for everything you are doing. You’re a life saver. I have one request: how do you fix a crooked steering wheel? Please I need help and your the only one that can help me. Thank you

    hasan hamidhasan hamidAcum 2 luni
  • Happy Father’s Day Chris, you taught me more than my Dad ever did!

    Eric CruzEric CruzAcum lună
  • Chris, you are a good teacher, thank you!!!

  • I’d like to see you install a rear view camera mirror. I recently saw those for sale, but it’s typically recommended that a professional shop do it. I know the camera itself is basically a backup camera, but the mirror is the tricky part.

    Jake Not From State FarmJake Not From State FarmAcum 2 luni
  • You are my guide for everything I do with my car. I always get good results thanks to you. You have saved me a ton of money and headache. You are truly the best teacher on ROburn

    Everyones Favorite Anime ProtagonistEveryones Favorite Anime ProtagonistAcum 2 luni
    • That’s exactly why I make these videos so it’s great to hear!

      ChrisFixChrisFixAcum 2 luni
  • Chris, I have been watching your videos for YEARS, always a job well done, I love how far you've come, maybe someday my channel will be as yours lol

  • Watching this was worth it 👌, well done chris, you are a great teacher 👍 👏.

    fei mohachfei mohachAcum 2 luni
  • Always impressed by your attention to detail!

    alxndralxndrAcum 2 luni
  • Chris… Very important to use the same material when connecting wires and terminals in order to avoid galvanized corrosion. Never mix aluminum with copper… I got an incident where by mixing materials the terminal connection got into ashes.

    Road MoundRoad MoundAcum 2 luni
  • This video is so addictive, I don't even have a project car, but it was amazing to see this perfect work!

    EdelhifEdelhifAcum 2 luni
    • Say no more.. Wanted to know how this works..

      Dulaj DilrukshanDulaj DilrukshanAcum 2 luni
    • Thanks a lot!

      ChrisFixChrisFixAcum 2 luni
    • lol same

      Tanvir MohtadyTanvir MohtadyAcum 2 luni
  • I'm glad you organized the wiring. I used to install car audio and remote car starters. Wire management is very important.

    James YoungJames YoungAcum 2 luni