This video is about how an OTG Guy would Green Tune a problematic, battered, Hyundai Elantra GLSi...

The car belongs to a Tita of mine...

She was bent on selling the car as is where is.... too many mechanics tried fixing it and they cannot find anything wrong with it.

According to the owner... it just stalls in the middle of the street without a warning. It also doesn't start in the morning when the engine is cold... aside from it's very poor performance.

I didn't replace the plugs - it has Platinum plugs... I left the old oil in tact...

I just did the basic Green tech program... with some OTG way of trouble shooting and fixing.

I told the owner that I cannot release her car unless I am confident that it is road worthy and safe for her to use.

The suspension system was actually in a very dangerous condition already when I was road testing it... I had it fixed along with the front brakes immediately when I got the chance.

For OTG Guys... you will be encountering old cars with poor maintenance... since the owners dont pay attention to this common maintenance issue - it is our job to remind them or do it for them.

With great power and knowledge... comes Great responsibility.

Who says being an OTG Guy is easy?...

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1 comment:

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