Dria Williams: Scotty, I just found your channel, and I am so glad. I plan on watching every single one of your videos. Thank you so much for the videos. I can't speak for anyone else, but it means alot to me.
Joe Garcia: if im losing engine oil in very small quantities here and there but engine oil reads full when checked cold, can i add the whole bottle? will that hurt anything? also should I add when engine is cold/ off or warm/ off or running? one last question, will the at 205 still be in the system even after my next oil change? thanks scotty keep up kool the videos man.
Jairo Quezada: Love your vids I have a question I have a automatic 03 Infiniti g35 and it's slightly leaking on the bottom gasket that holds the tranny how much should I poor in?? And thank you
Merlin Cat: Just one thing Scotty and I know full well you have forgotten more that I will ever know about cars. Dude, you really ought to use a clean funnel to pour ATF or anything else into an auto tranny. Just pointing this out so some young grass hopper doesn't just grab one with sand mud or sawdust stuck inside and pour away. A lot of guys don't realize the crap that can settle in a funnel and stay put in there stuck to the thin film of oil from the last pour. I stuff a clean rag in mine after using them to minimize it and still wipe em with a paper towel and shove a slug of towel through the tube first if it's going near a tranny or motor .
[CnR]Ingaroo: Hey Scotty, do you think this will work in a old Landcruiser 4WD transfer case with a leaking idler shaft? Cheers
Kody Kline: how long can you have that in the system ?
mormia2: Scotty, do you know if this will work on rear main seal for 06 cobalt? And do i have to drain some oil before I add?
Quinton Gordon: i have a 95 f150 5.8l 351 windsor and its leaking from the oil pan gasket on the bottom end of the engine. how much should i need?
Tkdmaster900: Scotty, I have a 2005 Subaru Impreza 2.5 RS nonturbo. It's been spewing blue smoke on start up on occasion recently. I've changed the PCV value and valve cover gaskets but its still doing it so its burning oil. Do you think if I add this to the engine it could stop the leak, because at this point my guess is the leak is internal. Thoughts?
tom ashton: total bull crap, just like valve job in a can, you dump that crap in your automatic trans mission, it jams up the shifter soleniods, this ass hat sells crap in a can, instead of replacing worn parts, all Kilmer is doing is , getting paid to sell crap in a can, I wouldnt let that asshole change spark plug in a lawn mower, when engine seals are worn, you have to replace em bottom line
cmasui: Thanks! Tried it in my 40 year old 2 ton Sears floor jack and it didn't work after purging many times so I put the jack away. 3 months later was about to disassemble the jack to check the seals, but decided to try it 1 more time and it did work. Held the front of my Toyota Tacoma up for several minutes before I placed it on jack stands and jack. Thanks again saved me time and money.
Vortex Productions: I have a 97 dodge cummins turbo diesel with a oil leak like that. The truck holds 10.5 qts of oil how much would I need to fix it
Shahid Humayun: how much i have to put in a engine oil
Matthew Long: Lol...what a guy! Thanks Scotty. =)
Elbow: I can't stop watching your videos. You're one of the best things to happen on youtube. Thank You so much for your help.
King David: you make me want to have a leaky seal in a precarious place, but I just cannot get my D21 to leak anywhere. But my cat will work on it.
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Adam B: Enjoyed the video. Thanks! I read a post at Bob Is The Oil Guy and it was mentioned - apparently by an ATP company representative - that ATP AT-205 plasticizer ingredient can be destructive to teflon/delrin components. I could not find any reference to my rack and pinion system (2006 Dodge Grand Caravan) having any teflon parts. Although it clearly states in the bottle that is it used to help stop power steering leaks, should I be concerned? Thanks again. I have been using ATF+4, and most of it gets syphoned out and replaced about every two years. The small leaks that I do have appear to be coming from the boot ends of the rack. The reservoir very rarely needs topping up. I might add a couple of ounces every few months.
preens lotho: is this thing will work on camshaft seal? i have a little bit of leak on the cam seal in my lexus is300.
Mr. Woofwoof: Scotty you son of a gun. you always save the day. I ought to buy you a six pack one day.