My Grandson Takes Apart His First Engine

I had the pleasure of having my grandson in the shop so I decided to show him how to tear down an engine. The engine we tear down in this video is the 3.5L engine from the Fixing It Forward Odyssey that blew up. So if you want to know what happened to that engine, watch this video!

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46 thoughts on “My Grandson Takes Apart His First Engine

  1. What engine flush did you use? I’ve used BG 109 and other BG products with never a failure on dozens of cars with heavy sludge with 100% results. I don’t use it with frequency because I’m a supporter of scheduled oil changes and using only the next engine oil filters.

  2. Eric, How many miles did that oil have it, "after the flush" to the failure?

    I believe everything, is relative. Flushing is very risky and a double edged sword as you just found out. If one were to "try" it – I believe you need to do several of them….. with oil & filter changes at 250 miles or so, in between each flush. After doing this then work way back to a "standard oil internal", such as 2 changes at 500miles, then 2 changes at 1000miles then 2 changes at 2000 miles etc. With all the small passages it does not take much to get oil starvation from clogging up a passage. Basically, you still have the same risk. The alternative would be to do multiple oil & filter changes 250-500 miles with using 20 percent marvel oil – which is more gentle on the engine. I believe trying this method, you are more likely to be successful. I believe on the back of bottle of most flushes, it tells you that more than one flush may be required. Just doing one is not so good especially if you are going back to the "standard oil change interval". Sorry, it happened. Thanks for sharing.

  3. What I would have given to be able to tear down an engine when I was 12! Unfortunately, my Dad was an engineer and took his cars to the local mechanic. BUT, he did buy me a "Visible V8" which is a plastic model of an engine. I still remember him explaining to me how it worked when I was around your grandson's age.

  4. wait you said there would be a link to see where the engine came from. Does that mean where you get the replacement engine or just that the engine blew up? just curious where you get the cheap japan engines that you mentioned lol

  5. Looks like a cheap jobber oil filter… My guess is the filter went into bypass and sent junk though the oil passages that wiped out the bearings. Regardless that engine was neglected. My guess is was ran low on oil multiple times and got hot creating all the carbon.

  6. I remember helping my dad. He would give me parts to clean. One time he was doing a head gasket on my mother's car and I got so sick of cleaning parts that I grumbled that he never let me turn a wrench. He said to my twelve year old self, "Auto repair is 5% disassembly, 5% reassembly, and 90% cleaning." Oh, how those words would come back to echo in my brain as the years went by.

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