jakeguitar01

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Hey guys, I made some General Maintenance Videos for the Bronco Sport and would like to share them here! So far I've only made videos pertaining to Battery Replacement, Engine Air Filter Replacement, Battery Key Fob Replacement, and Cabin Air Filter Replacement. I hope these videos help, I am planning to make a few more videos including an Oil Change video and such. I will update them here. If you'd like to see any videos done on any other topic, let me know. Anyways, please like and Subscribe to support my channel, I would really appreciate it.

Engine Air Filter:
Cabin Air Filter:
Battery Replacement:
Key Fob Remote Battery Replacement :





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Appreciate all the YouTube mechanics and DIYers. Look forward to the oil change video!
 

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Looks great and I'm sure it will help a lot of folks out.
Suggestions:
Accessing and replacing fuses.
Spare tire/jack use
Infotainment screen settings for headlights etc
Just off the top of my head.
 

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Thanks for the videos. Nice stuff. One question though, why disconnect the sensor on the air cleaner cover? I can see doing that if you cut the two ties holding the sensor wire to the cover so that you can completely remove the cover, but if not, I don't see a reason why. Is there some other reasoning? Thanks.
 

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Following this! I agree that stock jack and iron usage would be great, and putting in the spare. I’m sure if I get a flat in the middle of nowhere I’ll be flustered enough to search for a video 😆

Two other things I’d love is spark plug replacement and hood jack stand locations.

Bless you for getting this all together!
 

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Following this! I agree that stock jack and iron usage would be great, and putting in the spare. I’m sure if I get a flat in the middle of nowhere I’ll be flustered enough to search for a video 😆
Why wait until you have a problem? When you have some time, try installing the spare tire. If you’ve never had to do this, you may be surprised how difficult it can be without the proper tools (I recommend a telescopic wrench which will make loosing the lug nuts so much easier: https://www.amazon.com/Cartman-Telescoping-Lug-Wrench-Wheel/dp/B00RF95TDC). As a bonus, if you ever do get a flat you’ll know exactly what needs to be done, instead of frantically searching for a video while you sit on the side of the road. 😎👍
 

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Thanks for the videos. Nice stuff. One question though, why disconnect the sensor on the air cleaner cover? I can see doing that if you cut the two ties holding the sensor wire to the cover so that you can completely remove the cover, but if not, I don't see a reason why. Is there some other reasoning? Thanks.
Yeah, that's not necessary. One of the first things I did with my FE was put a K&N in and I didn't disconnect anything; just loosen the clamp and pop the cover off.
 
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Yeah, that's not necessary. One of the first things I did with my FE was put a K&N in and I didn't disconnect anything; just loosen the clamp and pop the cover off.
It's not nessesarry, however if you want to pop off the entire cover for better access to the filter, and to clean any debris from the filter compartment, you must disconnect that wire and any associated clips to get the entire cover off.
 

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Nice job on the videos, Jake. I :thumbsup: each of them onYouTube.
 

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Awesome videos! They are so helpful. Thank you!

Would it be possible for you to make a video on how to manually shift the vehicle into neutral in the event the battery dies? I know you have to remove the cover that is to the left of the steering wheel, but I'm worried I'm going to break it!
 

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