Time for another experiment.. We put two bottles of brake fluid in the gas tank of my beater.. the results are pretty shocking..

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    • AutoVlog

      What Happens If You Put CHOCOLATE MILK In The ENGINE Of A Car Instead Of OIL?

      about 6 months ago
    • Baddriversoz
      Baddriversoz In reply to AutoVlog

      @SerGio ramoz Caused.

      about 24 days ago
    • SerGio ramoz
      SerGio ramoz In reply to AutoVlog

      it coused injection problem

      about 2 months ago
    • elizabeth taylor
      elizabeth taylor In reply to AutoVlog

      Joseph Shively If your in the UK or Europe and have an add blue diesel then that what add blue basically is, pig urine , so if you ran out of add blue miles room anywhere you would Ok to piss in the add blue tank, I’m not calling you a pig by the way .

      about 3 months ago
    • Mike Louis
      Mike Louis In reply to AutoVlog

      If you're on the western side of Pa, try adding some Iron City beer to the gas. That crap's gotta be good for something. Right?

      about 4 months ago
    • TheMovie890

      You cut this Vedio two times right after you pour the fluid but we don’t know what you dropped there. This is Not a true Vedio. You changed the fluid to gas but show us the break fluid. You are not impressed...

      about 5 hours ago
    • Axle F
      Axle F

      One thing comes to mind when I see this being done. I know that an old mechanics trick, is to add a little brake fluid in cases where you may need a seal to swell. I'm not sure of the long term effects of adding this brake fluid to an engine as far as the seals go.

      about 20 hours ago
    • Tom Mack
      Tom Mack

      Why would you put break fluid in your car for I know it's just to see what would happen but still why ???

      about 21 hour ago
    • R9ZSPACE

      Did the car have a catalytic converter.

      about 23 hours ago
    • Arthur Marcotte
      Arthur Marcotte

      Put gas in the brake reservoir.

      about 1 day ago
    • H. Snider
      H. Snider


      about 1 day ago
    • Mason Abell
      Mason Abell

      Try using aviation 100 octane fuel. You may be surprised.

      about 2 days ago
    • Marc Shah
      Marc Shah

      Why did you stop the recording right before you’re about to pour the brake fluid????

      You didn’t put brake fluid because you stoped the recording.

      You think people can’t see that???
      you’re an IDIOT!!!!

      about 2 days ago
    • Axle F
      Axle F

      I sold a guy a Honda Accord back in the day. Older gentlemen. He was an engineer that contracted for NASA. He paid me for the car and as he was getting his stuff ready to leave, he went to his car and took two quarts of transmission out of the trunk and poured both quarts into the gas tank of the Accord I just sold him. I was like..WTF? He said he had done it regularly to every car he has ever owned and it helps to lubricate and clean the fuel system. I told him that I was in no way responsible for what happened to the car at that point and good luck. Never heard from him again.

      about 3 days ago
    • Axle F
      Axle F

      That is a Corolla. One of the toughest engines ever made. Not exactly a weak motor and it will take more abuse than the average engine. Look up some videos of people running these engines and Honda engines without oil. Just because that engine takes abuse, doesn't mean others will. That car may look like garbage, but that power train is tough as nails.

      about 3 days ago
    • Axle F
      Axle F In reply to Axle F

      @Patrick Colvin I'm not sure if you are attempting to be sarcastic or not. Just in case, fyi, all throughout the eighties and nineties foreign car companies sold cars to American car companies. These car were Japanese through and through and were re-badged as American cars. Chevy Luv= Isuzu.. Dodge D50= Mitsubishi Mighty Max ..1991? Ford Escort=Mazda 323.."Geo" was a complete line of foreign cars sold by chevy. Geo Tracker(Suzuki Samurai) Geo Prism(Toyota Corolla)Geo Storm(Isuzu Impulse)Geo Metro(Suzuki Swift). This car in this video is a Toyota through and through and the toughest "Chevy" ever produced.

      about 20 hours ago
    • Patrick Colvin
      Patrick Colvin In reply to Axle F

      That is a chevy prism he even said it was haha

      about 1 day ago
    • Odibara Catibaro
      Odibara Catibaro

      This is BS video

      about 4 days ago
    • Joseph Hardenberg
      Joseph Hardenberg

      Car starts randomly braking after this!!

      about 4 days ago
    • Nickey Campbell
      Nickey Campbell

      Well I’m not Mechnic but do know back day people special south use rubbing alcohol to clean gas b4 pumping it soo

      about 4 days ago
    • jaime ortiz
      jaime ortiz

      Put some brake fluid in ur door handle! jk

      about 5 days ago
    • Randolph Seon
      Randolph Seon


      about 6 days ago
    • Patrick Palmer
      Patrick Palmer

      How about transmission fluid

      about 7 days ago
    • Patrick Palmer
      Patrick Palmer

      Wouldn't that clean your injectors really really good?

      about 7 days ago
    • Ripped_Hunk

      Please make another video " what happens if you drink brake fluid" you sick moron.

      about 8 days ago
    • fallscitybob

      They always say you shouldn't get brake fluid on the paint finish, glad you were so careful.

      about 8 days ago
    • fallscitybob

      You should have used DOT 3.

      about 8 days ago
    • Rafael Camilo
      Rafael Camilo

      You can put nitrogen and tell me how it goes , not in this life but, when I get to the other.

      about 9 days ago
    • Rodrick white l
      Rodrick white l

      Do it with the Ford truck lol, but hey thanks for the video

      about 12 days ago
    • Deniz Mustafov
      Deniz Mustafov

      Now put it in your Ferrarri

      about 13 days ago
    • Yevrah Hipstar
      Yevrah Hipstar

      Glycol = glycerine alcohol. The only problem you'll have is it'll eat the paint.

      about 15 days ago
    • Virian Bouze
      Virian Bouze

      You are probably Rich and Bored and don't have anything to Think-With?? Instead of making something good and useful, that could help some young bored person who could use a boost with his or her creative potential, you would rather destroy something that works and could be useful to someone who would love to have that neglected car and have a chance to buy that car for, some small amount of money they could afford to return it to something of value to them?

      about 16 days ago
    • mibnixon

      brake fluid is a oil based hydrolic fluid so it will mix with gas, i used brake fluid in the past to decarbonize the head and pistons, good chance all you did was clean the carbon out of the engine! kinda like seafoam!

      about 16 days ago
    • Ivon Johnny
      Ivon Johnny

      If you had a v 4 gmc engine parked for 7 yrs how will that affect the engine? What about the gas left the tank how is that affected? How can the truck engine be treated before starting? How can the gas left in the tank can be treated before starting the engine? Truck is 5 speed standard. About 100 k still suppose to be in good shape. Concern engine and gas. Ps e mail answer to williamchell@hotmail.com. thank you.

      about 16 days ago
    • mick jones
      mick jones

      What the hell am i doing here ....by

      about 17 days ago
    • Bogdan Ionitza
      Bogdan Ionitza

      the viscosity of that liquid you pour in the tank looks like gasoline to me, not like brake fluid (which should be oily). Also, cutting the shot right before you pour in, makes me think you are playing tricks and replaced the contents with gasoline.

      about 18 days ago