NO ONE Does This After Changing Their Brakes (But EVERYONE Should!)

24 jul 2020
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Today, Jared shows us one trick that makes cleaning your wheels super effective, and he also does some much-needed maintenance on his daily driver Nissan Titan XD.
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  • Use a POV hat!

    Samuel KeterSamuel Keter5 dagar sedan
  • Nice to see a titan xd on here, I had one before I was shipped overseas with the military and loved it!

    Travis BarronTravis Barron2 månader sedan
  • I am surprised that you didn't repack the wheel bearings.

    0 O0 O3 månader sedan
  • air gun? dry wheels or leaf blower?

    J BettisJ Bettis4 månader sedan
  • is it under warranty?

    J BettisJ Bettis4 månader sedan
  • @7:24, brake springs ALWAYS tear my gloves as well!!

    acceler9acceler94 månader sedan
  • I don't know why I never thought to press the brakes after each wheel to prevent possible overflows, but that makes a ton of sense to me after hearing it.

    JustinJustin4 månader sedan
  • What did you use in bathing the brakes?

    Docmanny QuiambaoDocmanny Quiambao4 månader sedan
  • A little heads up on brake pistons. On Hyundais and Kias at least. The brake pistons needs to be turned in. They've got tiny notches where you slot in a specific tool, or a suitably sized set of needle nosed pliers, to turn the piston. If you try to push it in you will ruin them.

    arcanaskarcanask6 månader sedan
  • On some cars the whole job is easier if you compress the pistons back into the caliper before you disassemble anything, as soon as you remove the wheel, compress the pistons.

    Jonathan MJonathan M6 månader sedan
  • When did Freddy get a Suzuki Cappuccino?

    EdEd6 månader sedan
  • Must be really nice to not have a vehicle rust to hell in a year.

    Jay VengeanceJay Vengeance6 månader sedan
  • good info

    Nate PanekNate Panek6 månader sedan
  • Jared can fix anything but a tripod :P

    Corky KCorky K6 månader sedan
  • Maybe use a pump spraying bottle instead of break cleaner cans those are way to inefficient and uneconomical.

    Adrian O.Adrian O.6 månader sedan
  • I just did my rotors before watching this, FML. But they seem to be fine.

    Danimal Juan FeatherDanimal Juan Feather6 månader sedan
  • What's up with earl leaker?

    Jorge DiazJorge Diaz6 månader sedan
  • Can you give any info on the plans for the Pulsar?

    Marc AndersonMarc Anderson6 månader sedan
  • Boring .

    mobilemowersmobilemowers6 månader sedan
  • the factory rotors are thicker and designed to be machined... why buy thinner crappy china steel uncoated ones?

    Panic FartsPanic Farts6 månader sedan
  • It looks like you're reading a script. Look at the lens not the monitor please.

    Sean SchmidtSean Schmidt6 månader sedan
  • 5:32 previous owner didn’t use enough never seise.

    Harmonica DudeHarmonica Dude6 månader sedan
  • Thin layer of anti-sieze on the back of the rotor makes it easy to remove them next time. ;-)

    Thomas BrasseThomas Brasse6 månader sedan
  • I've dealt with similar things to that rear window motor with robotics. input and out put sensing remembers positioning when an error occurs and so you must manually move the robots position before it will re home. same thing goes with a lot of stuff that's automated.

    Sean KamrathSean Kamrath6 månader sedan
  • What brand is the wheel cleaner?

    360Diablosport360Diablosport7 månader sedan
  • Just did my calibers, rotors, and pads about 2 week's ago hear in Michigan. Took about 3 times as long as it should have. Lol

    nick hnick h7 månader sedan
  • Jared!!!! Hoist and you can’t use it??!! Come on!! Lol

    Mississippi WaterswattersMississippi Waterswatters7 månader sedan
  • Jared, are you related to Larry Vickers?

    maxman1602maxman16027 månader sedan
  • Or pipe grips on the old pads to push back

    Ed WilkoEd Wilko7 månader sedan
  • How's the performance on the ceramic coating so far?

    Saleem HoosenSaleem Hoosen7 månader sedan
  • Thought you were going to season them.....

    Steven PiaiaSteven Piaia7 månader sedan
  • Here is something else no one ever does. Peel the dust boots back with a pick, and spray silicone spray on the pistons before you compress them. You will never ever have a leaking calipre if you do that.

    Enrico JesusEnrico Jesus7 månader sedan
  • This guy is using brake cleaner like it’s water lmao

    Masoud RahshaniMasoud Rahshani7 månader sedan
  • You shouldnt need new rotors after 75k

    P. EnisenviP. Enisenvi7 månader sedan
  • That means your motor has a bad coil, and your issue will most likely comeback, unless you replace the motor.

    boyce1204boyce12047 månader sedan
  • Your truck is the worst example of a diesel

    Ethan PetersenEthan Petersen7 månader sedan
  • Does AvalonKing works on motorcycles fairings too?

    Gabriele DelùGabriele Delù7 månader sedan
  • Didn't the fact that the outboard pad was wasted, and the inboard pad looked like new alarm you to a stuck caliper a little?

    Meryl PelosiMeryl Pelosi7 månader sedan
  • What wheel cleaner did you use ?

    Mike NorrisMike Norris7 månader sedan
  • I was told before you squeeze the piston back. Open the bleeder, get rid of old fluid that has been in the calipers going thru the heat and cool cycle. Top off master with fresh brake fluid. Like a mini brake fluid change for the calipers.

    Woody WoodyWoody Woody7 månader sedan
  • DO NOT WIRE BRUSH INSIDE the WILL DAMAGE the rubber dust seals around the brake pistons ❤️👈👀

    the_shell_magnetthe_shell_magnet7 månader sedan
  • When I replace brake parts, I ALWAYS clean everything related. Nothing worse than working in filth and putting brand NEW parts on a filthy vehicle. I also make sure the centre of the rotor is painted and that the Hub is CLEAN. I like how you are doing this.

    George DawsGeorge Daws7 månader sedan
  • Also worth noting, a lot of the anti-rust shit they put on new brake disks will NOT be removed fully by brake cleaner and a rag, you have to use soapy water. Check the instructions.

    Matthew SharpeMatthew Sharpe7 månader sedan
  • it's funny those calipers look like the same ones on my g35

    ninjabongtokerninjabongtoker7 månader sedan
  • So....title says “nobody does this”.... Umm...he means clean the wheels? Because I sure don’t... If he means pump the brakes and set the pistons out, personally I do that after 2 wheels because i don’t top off the fluid in the reservoir. In fact usually I suck down the reservoir in my personal vehicles and flush them after(or customer’s vehicles when Ive sold a flush as well)... Also a tip for cleaning the rotors is hang them on the hub backwards and that allows you to clean them up easy not on the floor, just flip them to install correctly(use gloves or the cleaning rag or clean hands to handle them) And another tip too is to use a lugnut to help hold the rotor flat on the hub so it doesn’t flop all over on ya. Depending on the lugnut design(if it’s open or not and/or long enough) you may need an oversized nut or some washers to work as a spacer since there’s no wheel on. Btw Jared you got one wheel clean and reached your desired effort, I watched you and that reached my desired

    Jorge AntoniniJorge Antonini7 månader sedan
  • So many mistakes were made. Nobody follow this guide.

    David GDavid G7 månader sedan
  • The reason why the engine has sae bolts n stuff on it is because that's the Cummins engine

    XxChainLionXxXxChainLionXx7 månader sedan
  • great info bro keep em coming

    Cnoevo Auto AdventuresCnoevo Auto Adventures7 månader sedan
  • the engine is made in america..... it is a cummins diesel....

    QBallRacingQBallRacing7 månader sedan
  • 7 double commercials for a 26 minute video, YT is not nice to me today.. :p

    beernutsonlinebeernutsonline7 månader sedan
  • My brakes are awesome but my handbrake light comes on about once a year (wired on the brake fluid sensor circuit) and asks for a small top up... car is a 1993 Nissan. One of the cheapest cars to keep on the road, if you don't mind exchanging safety features for something fast light and nimble and has that 1990s double overhead cam scream when revved.

    MostlyWeedMostlyWeed7 månader sedan
  • think you need a small gopro or knockoff you can mount on a cap or hat

    MostlyWeedMostlyWeed7 månader sedan
  • Fail. You should never push brake fluid back through the system. That bit of fluid right behind the piston takes a lot more abuse then the rest of it in the system which means it's dirty. Always crack the bleeder with a vacuum pump attached and suck out the fluid from the caliper while pushing the pistons back. Then top it up if your fluid is relatively new. Otherwise do a complete flush.

    cpt awesomecpt awesome7 månader sedan
  • I'm a nongay man but still have a small crush on you Jared. Gave me confidence to change my brakes.

    jamewakkjamewakk7 månader sedan

    Pierre BellPierre Bell7 månader sedan
  • whats up with the chino?

    James PennerJames Penner7 månader sedan
  • I think everyone should have a grilled cheese sandwich after changing their brakes.

    Floortile83Floortile837 månader sedan
  • Going to an automotive trade school after highschool was a decision I've never regretted. Although I no longer work as a mechanic I still save money doing the vast majority of services on my own vehicle to this day.

    Off Dat Go-GoOff Dat Go-Go7 månader sedan
  • Johnny Rev, Johnny Rev, Johnny Rev,

    Russell JohnsRussell Johns7 månader sedan
    • From Duane the Editor: It's coming! Stay tuned...

      Duane HarmsDuane Harms7 månader sedan
  • so what is the thing that NO ONE Does This After Changing Their Brakes (But EVERYONE Should!)

    Patrol 2012Patrol 20127 månader sedan
    • Smells like clickbait to me... The only thing I can see is that he cleaned it..

      crisismcnoodlecrisismcnoodle7 månader sedan
  • Ooh, I am a sucker for a brown vehicle! That's a shiny, shiny Titan, Jared; great work!

    El QuesoEl Queso7 månader sedan
  • I open the bleeder valve when I compress the caliper. So I get rid of the old fluid in the caliper instead of pushing it back into the lines.

    Eternaly RandomEternaly Random7 månader sedan
  • Glad to see somebody doing something different The Titan looks pretty cool

    banga8080banga80807 månader sedan
  • Oh ffs. I thought I was about to see a popular video about the importance of bedding in brakes. fucking nope? No it's the importance of cleaning the inside of your wheels or something? Fuck's sake.

    Private PartyPrivate Party7 månader sedan
  • What part of Illinois?

    Chuck HawesChuck Hawes7 månader sedan
  • Excellent love the TItan content... Cause I have one... 😂 Jared you rock

    Eric CurrieEric Currie7 månader sedan
  • I was sure the thing EVERYONE should! Do after changing the breaks was bedding them so they don't squeel and skt skt skt skt skt skt

    Ryan DaviesRyan Davies7 månader sedan
  • Jared "Hammerhand" Pink! 🤛

    Bobs your UncleBobs your Uncle7 månader sedan
  • Jared, do you happen to know of any good detailers in the Hall county area? If you could shoot me their info, I would appreciate it. Actually glad you did this video as it reminded me I need to find a good detailer. Just bought a car I'm doing and there is really nothing I hate more than doing a deep clean and detail.

    Dekoth-OGNDekoth-OGN7 månader sedan
  • its also a good idea to remove the cap off the reservoir while pushing the pistons back to stop back pressure build up in the reservoir

    Lee HughesLee Hughes7 månader sedan
  • You need a strong magnet video pole.

    Kelly BocockKelly Bocock7 månader sedan
  • I grew up in Illinois too... I live not in Illinois now.

    Kelly BocockKelly Bocock7 månader sedan
  • Hundreds of dollars!? I installed Ceramic Pro and we charge $1200 for a gold package

    isaac shivelyisaac shively7 månader sedan
  • I think your window stuck with doggy licks. Once the seal to window glue was broken, the motor appeared to be fixed. Same thing happens when pine sap hits my windows (on a Ford), which gets fixed by a hot carwash.

    Green AchersGreen Achers7 månader sedan
  • Jared: "Doing it one handed for SEworld because it's what you do." Chris Fix: Puzzled look

    BRXBRX7 månader sedan
  • 5:44 excuse you Jared!

    TR JonesTR Jones7 månader sedan
  • What's up with the shitty clickbait titles recently?

    peter müllerpeter müller7 månader sedan
  • Those window regulators look suspiciously similar to renault ones they're famous for stopping working everyone assumes it's the regulator but usually it's corroded plugs or like yours a stuck motor.

    Dave CassidyDave Cassidy7 månader sedan
  • I'm still not sure what the title is referring to. Should we all be coating our wheels? Did I miss something?

    TrashkovTrashkov7 månader sedan
    • It’s called clickbait because this idiot is thirsty for views

      mike STOMSmike STOMS5 månader sedan
    • I was expecting a tutorial on bedding the pads. THAT is something that one should do after changing brakes.

      John LynchJohn Lynch5 månader sedan
    • Brings up another thing I typically do is use never seize on there as well to help with next time...

      Rich CaseRich Case7 månader sedan
    • He's referring to the cleaning of the hub where the rotor interfaces. I guess it's common to just throw new rotors on without cleaning the grit off the hub.

      TdfriesTdfries7 månader sedan
    • I do believe he is suggesting to clean the rims with Armor Shield IX by AvalonKing with a special $25 discount, which probably isn't a bad idea to clean the back of the rims while they're off. Probably doing the ceramic coating might help to keep dust off, or make it easier to keep clean. But I also had/have the same question.

      Rich CaseRich Case7 månader sedan
  • Damn you were able to break those caliper bolts loose just with the ratchet...?

    Stephen RStephen R7 månader sedan
  • But, what did he do to get the wheels so clean? Leave out the important stuff

    IanIan7 månader sedan
  • 21:00 is that awful tint job real?

    AntonAnton7 månader sedan
  • Why change the rotor? It didn’t appear to be under minimum spec. or physical damage(rust, cracks, etc. When you installed an un-needed new rotor, you forgot to check for lateral runout after installation. Happens from stacked tolerances(bearing,hub,rotor). Easy way to fix it, match them by using a ProCut OCL. Look it up, best brake job period! And you will have better brakes for the life of the pad. No pulsation guaranteed. The cleaning and proper lug nut torque is also very important.

    Creative InnovationsCreative Innovations7 månader sedan
  • That Nissan Truck is so vulgar....

    EnglishTurbinesEnglishTurbines7 månader sedan
  • was on a job site with an electrician who went through 2 of these trucks his last one he was driving down the highway and all his air bags went off, needless to say he fought with nissan and i think finally got them to take the truck back and he said he'd never buy one ever again, he had nothing but problems with both those trucks...i suggest anyone thinikng of buying one stay as far away from those trucks as possible

    skuz34skuz347 månader sedan
  • I keep a couple of large syringes in my toolbox for removing excess brake from the master cylinder reservoir. There cheap and you can get them in and agricultural farm store where they keep medical supplies for livestock. Just the syringe you don't need any needles. I've found them to be useful for all sorts of jobs.

    Mike MillerMike Miller7 månader sedan
  • Cleaning the mating surface behind the rotor and around the hub centric area is very important. Years ago I did a brake job 3 times on my wife's car (in 2 months) and kept getting SEVERE vibration during high speed braking. Took me a while to notice the debris and rust causing the rotor to not sit dead flat. Scotch bright or wire brush the area ALWAYS, just in case

    Arcadia GreenArcadia Green7 månader sedan
  • Could anyone tell me what that thing is? I won't watch 30 minute video just to find out..

    Dave HaldenDave Halden7 månader sedan
  • Jared eye color: Motor oil

    Andy AndeeeeAndy Andeeee7 månader sedan
  • Jared The Beast #underrated

    MrGoat 823MrGoat 8237 månader sedan
  • Jared what bed cover do you have on your Titan?

    BrandonBrandon7 månader sedan
  • When possible I like to pry the calipers over with a screwdriver to compress the pistons before I take them off.

    Howard Torch, CSRHoward Torch, CSR7 månader sedan
  • I don't top up my master cylinder, if it looks low and I don't have any leaks, I change the brake pads and the level comes back up. another indicator of brake wear if you will.

    PoorBoyRider1PoorBoyRider17 månader sedan
  • Nissan did not put grease on the pad or the brackets. Never put grease there because brake dust will mix with it.

    F165F1657 månader sedan
  • Yup exactly how Illinois is 😂

    AlazioAlazio7 månader sedan
  • Did not expect the regulator to go bad because it is relatively a new truck. What if it was the same year truck but a GM? Would you expect it to be bad or assume it lol

    Fuzzy LogicFuzzy Logic7 månader sedan
  • Just one way a dealership will top you off, if you have a pad and rota change. They have set times for each job so for argument sake 1 hour to change pads on each side =2 hrs then 2 hrs to change a rota = 4hrs which ends up 6 hrs, that's seems fair you think but what you don't know is to change a rota includes taking the brakes off anyway so you are being charged twice for pad removal because they list each job separately. $50 per side =$100 and that just one of many ways you can be ripped of....☹️

    Gary AshdownGary Ashdown7 månader sedan
  • Has that red Cappuccino been featured in a video?

    cybertiger6891cybertiger68917 månader sedan
  • A ex girlfriend of mine had a Pulsar just like that. Some great memories😏

    Robert Good Rob SmithRobert Good Rob Smith7 månader sedan
    • @Marc Anderson not sure. Will be cool what ever they do with it.

      Robert Good Rob SmithRobert Good Rob Smith6 månader sedan
    • I am very interested in this as well, as I owned one many years ago as well. What is the plan for that thing?

      Marc AndersonMarc Anderson6 månader sedan
  • How the hell did you get lucky enough to get out of Illinois? I have literally had to change cab corner/rockers and besides on 2016s Chevy trucks. The rust is real here in Illinois

    217_Nick_O217_Nick_O7 månader sedan