Episode 7 - How to Change your Car Battery | West Coast Masters

May 17, 2020
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Want to learn how to change your Car Battery? On this episode of West Coast Masters we show you how easy it is to change your car battery! Are you ready? Let's Go!
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Comments
  • You tube money?

    Johnny SartucheJohnny Sartuche7 months ago
  • Positive first? Wtf west coast MASTERS? 🤦

    Marc Louille DubuaMarc Louille Dubua7 months ago
  • Don’t you start with taking the negative terminal first 🤔

    Luis SanchezLuis Sanchez8 months ago
  • Do you have new full episodes to watch?

    jose diazjose diaz8 months ago
  • wrong the thumbnail

    HeroGuyrf2HeroGuyrf29 months ago
  • What about coding new battery? Even cars 10 years old need reprogramming to change the charging cycle according new battery needs. Might not apply to American cars, but it's the case with more advanced European models such as BMW , Audi and Mercedes.

    JuhtpaneelJuhtpaneel9 months ago
  • As a master technician in automotive all those steps are sort off right but in the wrong order

    Rodolfo FernandezRodolfo Fernandez9 months ago
  • If you can't change your own battery you need to give up your driver's license and put down your purse

    James LybargerJames Lybarger9 months ago
  • @ 0:55 First unscrew the positive. But negative is already removed. Great video and steps. Thinking that having accurate videos will help a lot of people. A lot are scared and nervous when touching their car for the first time.

    krishna yogarajahkrishna yogarajah9 months ago
  • Loving your initiative to teach from the simplest bros

    Philip KerrPhilip Kerr9 months ago
  • Negative first!!!! Cmon guys

    vr_ rotatevr_ rotate9 months ago
  • Not following SOP ...before you remove the battery you should check first all the car accessories ,must be (OFF ALL)..then put a memory saver before you loosen both terminal...remember all the car now have a computer box that axis in all sensor part of your car...prevent reset all the details of your car to avoid some eror in your car...another one always follow the step by removing & returning back first the negative terminal to avoid short circuit...dont forget to check the battery Volts before you installed a new one ..level 12.5V above is good for new..if below do not buy it ,it’s old stock...

    BoyPaos RobertoBoyPaos Roberto9 months ago
  • Remove the "positive terminal first"? Are you fucking kidding me?!

    JOHN PRESTONJOHN PRESTON9 months ago
  • I’m almost certain it’s negative first 🤔

    Procrastinator868Procrastinator8689 months ago
    • 0:54

      Procrastinator868Procrastinator8689 months ago
  • It would be nice to if u flu me out to learn about cars and everything

    MATTY ICEMATTY ICE9 months ago
    • "flew"

      JOHN PRESTONJOHN PRESTON9 months ago
  • Bro. Bryant. My car is a 07 Bmw. 5 serious. Is. Total diferent

    Hugo SalvatierraHugo Salvatierra9 months ago
    • Your battery is in the trunk

      Akshat GuptaAkshat Gupta9 months ago
    • This works for most cars. You need to find the hold down strap. Some times it’s not held in with bolts. Some cars have it in the rear. This is a more common system and there for will help more people

      Slide WaysSlide Ways9 months ago
  • Who the hell doesn’t know how to change a battery. Next video will be how to put gas in a car.

    King Baldwin IVKing Baldwin IV9 months ago
    • There’s some people that don’t

      Blue LouBlue Lou9 months ago
    • You'd be surprised.. I'm sure theres people who could use a video on how to put gas in too haha

      HenrikHenrik9 months ago
    • LMAO

      JOHN PRESTONJOHN PRESTON9 months ago
  • You getting desperate Ryan

    V8 scaniavabis R650V8 scaniavabis R6509 months ago
    • Boss, you have a problem?

      The Chain NinjaThe Chain Ninja9 months ago
  • very good Brother excellent video greetings from Honduras 🇭🇳👍

    Marco MedinaMarco Medina9 months ago
  • Great idea to share this! Had this exact problem two weeks ago, as my car had been standing still for some weeks doing lockdown.

    Em1LEm1L9 months ago
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