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Viewer Automotive Questions Answered ~ Podcast Episode 92

Published on August 24, 2015 under Podcast

Today on the Humble Mechanic Podcast, I take your automotive questions. If you would like to get a question on a show like this, follow this format. Email me, Charles(AT)Humblemechanic(dot)com and put “question for Charles” in the subject. This is the best way to get your car question answered. If there are topics you want me to talk about on the show, this is a great way to get it done.

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Join me today as I take your questions on:

  • Failing Jetta 2.0 Catalytic Converters
  • 2007 GTI parasitic current draw diagnosis
  • Future of VW electric cars and the E-Golf
  • VW Jetta SportWagen sunroof leak
  • What is the best time of day to fill your tank?
  • Should you let the fuel tank go below 1/8 of a tank?
  • When is the best time to fill engine coolant?
  • Do recalls flag your car as modified?
  • Current draw chart
  • CleanMPG.com

Trouble viewing? Watch “Viewer Automotive Questions Answered ~ Podcast Episode 92” on YouTube.

As always I love to hear your thoughts. Please post them in the comments section below. Again, if you have a question for a show like this, email me Charles(at)humblemechanic(dot)com with Question for Charles in the subject. Also if you have an idea for a show you can email me, or use the contact me form!

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5 Comments

  1. Dan

    Great videos, regarding checking battery drains using voltage drop, before checking individual fuses, could you check the total volt drop by checking battery negative to a ground point to work out total amp drain? Or would the ground circuit not create enough resistance to show a voltage drop?

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