I THOUGHT my Salvage Ferrari was FIXED! But I Found a REAR MAIN SEAL LEAK!

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Finally we've repaired our Salvage Auction Ferrari 360 Engine Manifold Misfire Issues! We also take a look at why Ferrari's frequently catch fire and also find some additional issues with this rebuild project!
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  • I'd do the clutch too. Nobrainer.

    Richard TRichard TVor 2 Stunden
  • Zach should file an OSHA complaint, then unionize.

    Scott GieseScott GieseVor 13 Stunden
  • Spend the money on the clutch. If it's got a throw out bearing or something like that replace it. Ya got it apart might as well. Oh and ya have the engine out might as well clean the bay.

    Jack FunkJack FunkVor 22 Stunden
  • Soak your belt in a bucket of hot water for a while, much more supple for installation

    Steve SmithSteve SmithVor Tag
  • No i would fix the seal and drive it. It probably won't be the last time you pull the motor out...

    HitechHitechVor 2 Tage
  • yes

    YackseamanYackseamanVor 2 Tage
  • 10:00 Never heard of testing the belt frequency

    mike brinkmike brinkVor 2 Tage
  • All the seals in that motor are probably shitted from sitting.

    Nate AveryNate AveryVor 3 Tage
  • That car is a design nightmare.

    Michael FinneyMichael FinneyVor 4 Tage
  • So did you do the seal? in the latest ep your doing timing belts...

    Kobe WildKobe WildVor 4 Tage
  • Fix the rear main and replace the clutch. It’s only going to get worse.

    randomsanwhichrandomsanwhichVor 4 Tage
  • if the rear main seal leak contaminates the clutch with oil by any chance, i would change it, otherwhise is probably ok

    Pedro IbañezPedro IbañezVor 4 Tage
  • Well, depends on if you will be doing the main seal right away. If so, do the clutch. Because if you wait for the clutch to actually need the change due to wear and not change it when you do the seal, you'll just end up doing the same job twice separating the engine and trans to get to it all, wasting time and potentially money if you get a shop to do it for you. Of course that's just my opinion and being that I'm just some dude on the internet, that opinion should be taken with a grain of salt.

    SUPERGOOSE696SUPERGOOSE696Vor 4 Tage
  • Do both

    denis daviladenis davilaVor 4 Tage
  • You are a better mechanic than I am. I don't mind doing the t-belt on my 928 but I think a Ferrari is out of my wheelhouse.

    Rick NelsonRick NelsonVor 4 Tage
  • Sounds like you have an oil flow problem, maybe under-filled, or weak pump? There's far too much friction.

    ForestNinjaZeroForestNinjaZeroVor 4 Tage
  • If the clutch costs so much then get the most miles of it before changing it; don't waste half its life.

    ALALVor 5 Tage
  • Leave it be for now ; Drive it! If you still own it in 20-30K miles, then yes, service the clutch during the main seal change.

    Stefan Czechorski DDSStefan Czechorski DDSVor 6 Tage
  • Definitely do the clutch. Yeah it'll cost $2-2.5k, but after all the work you've done, coupled with the opportunity you have doing the seal, you may as well do the job properly.

    Paul ScottPaul ScottVor 6 Tage
  • Replace the clutch it's a no brainer

    robert mckeonrobert mckeonVor 6 Tage
  • I think, if I could afford it, put in a new clutch.

    Edgar MilsonEdgar MilsonVor 7 Tage
  • What a POS

    Eric JohnsonEric JohnsonVor 8 Tage
  • Do a fucking sick burnout till the clutch gives out... then replace em both..

    Luis VenturaLuis VenturaVor 9 Tage
  • now I know what a black hole is

    Stevie OStevie OVor 9 Tage
  • Leave the clutch!

    Dániel PálDániel PálVor 10 Tage
  • Abso-fricken-lutely! Just change the clutch while you are in there bro. Many times the rear main leak will get micro particles of oil on the clutch fibers and cause it to fail early. If you swap it out while you are in there, you will likely never have to go in there again. I want to do what you are doing with the 458

    Joe GrangerJoe GrangerVor 11 Tage
  • I mean its a cool car, but seems like an absolute piece of garbage.

    Tim SpencerTim SpencerVor 12 Tage
    • Even if I had the money to afford one of these things cant say I would ever buy one. The build quality seems awful.

      Pixel SpyPixel SpyVor 9 Tage
  • I’d do the clutch while you’re at it

    Thomas LibonatiThomas LibonatiVor 12 Tage
  • I think... only real way to " fix " a car like this, is to strip it, 100%, and rebuild it. So... a Ferrari, is never cheap, never.

    Hammern28Hammern28Vor 13 Tage
  • Go ahead and get it done now. Save the labor cost of separating the engine and trans.

    Tony WiddisonTony WiddisonVor 13 Tage
  • My man Sam, if this old piece of junk is not working out, just get it squashed or secretly fixed by Ferrari experts and don't let it hold you up anymore. There is a whole carpark waiting for your rescue, don't buy old complicated crap.

    TiptronicSSTiptronicSSVor 13 Tage
  • Replace the clutch. Its a no brainer. You dont want to take it apart again.

    Mike HooverMike HooverVor 13 Tage
  • if your keeping it do clutch.

    sportsmindedunltdsportsmindedunltdVor 13 Tage
  • You're really disorganised

    Lamang syiemLamang syiemVor 14 Tage
  • do the clutch.... now your doing it for love...

    andrew cameronandrew cameronVor 14 Tage
  • Do the clutch man

    Alberto CalderariAlberto CalderariVor 15 Tage
  • Once your in there replace the clutch. Why go back in if you dont have too. Enjoy your new ride.

    Haloripper427Haloripper427Vor 16 Tage
  • Man... I like your channel BUT buy a LIFT PLEASE! if you have money for a Ferrari... ;)

    Antonio AvilaAntonio AvilaVor 16 Tage
  • Looks like all those stalls are empty. Maybe you can fill them with prancing horses. All kidding aside, I have just subbed and can't say enough about how interesting your channel is. As far as the clutch is concerned, if there are some specs on wear tolerances, and it passes, I would leave it for now. In these days of space age everything, you would think they could make a clutch that would last longer than that. Good luck.

    John BJohn BVor 16 Tage
  • Put parts cost up as you rattle em off ,just so I can be 100% sure owning one of these is a terrible idea.

    FEAR NO BEERFEAR NO BEERVor 17 Tage
  • don't do the clutch ...you'll be taking apart the engine again within 20,000 miles anyway.

    trippplefivetrippplefiveVor 17 Tage
  • I'm sick of this car. Junk. Please move on to something repairable. If this entire car was replaced, it would still have problems.

    Clarence DoskocilClarence DoskocilVor 17 Tage
  • are you going to daily drive or track it? if its just a weekend car 20,000 miles is a long way away

    x10mark2x10mark2Vor 18 Tage
  • Replace it already, otherwise it’ll definitely be twice labor intensive

    Fabio SousaFabio SousaVor 18 Tage
  • If I had 20k miles left on the clutch, given the amount of miles I would likely drive it per year...(5k or so) you have 4 years on the clutch...I would not change it now

    Build BrothersBuild BrothersVor 18 Tage
  • Huge like brother... really enjoying your videos thank you.

    XTRA HRDCORXTRA HRDCORVor 18 Tage
  • Why stop now! That rear seal is the last of the puzzle 🧩 lol

    Henry El DuroHenry El DuroVor 18 Tage
  • Replace the clutch.

    Jarvis FamilyJarvis FamilyVor 18 Tage
  • I think you have just talked yourself into replacing the clutch, order the parts & film the sizzle. See you next time.....

    Stephen JobeStephen JobeVor 18 Tage
  • keep the clutch in it and sell it

    XDPerformanceXDPerformanceVor 18 Tage
  • Dude, sell that bugger Ferrari and get yourself a car that has less issues.

    Fernando RoaFernando RoaVor 19 Tage
  • Definately replace the clutch, known issue with Ferrari's.

    PikiaoPikiaoVor 19 Tage
  • Sure is a long way in there to not change it. If it were mine, yes. I’d change it if for anything, peace of mind.

    Derek BurnettDerek BurnettVor 19 Tage
  • Never sell it

    Rafe HowardRafe HowardVor 19 Tage
  • New clutch

    Rafe HowardRafe HowardVor 19 Tage
  • sale that lemon men lol i bet any money your car goin to get on fire in the future and we want more videos from you lol

    Jose E AlvaradoJose E AlvaradoVor 19 Tage
  • If it works then there is no point in changing it

    Nibb TippNibb TippVor 19 Tage
  • Sam, the factory mounted rear seal lasted only 20000 miles, so the chances are that the replacement also only will last 20000 miles. So only replace the rear seal and by the time you will need to replace the clutch in another 20000 miles you will need to replace the rear seal again. So leave the clutch for now.

    Rudie DorrepaalRudie DorrepaalVor 20 Tage
  • No one gives a shit fuck your Ferrari stop posting this stupid shit on DE-visions

    wubreactorwubreactorVor 20 Tage
  • this is fake, he makes more $$ from views keeping these video going

    Danny MokDanny MokVor 20 Tage
  • I would replace the clutch while I was at it

    Repp2 GamingRepp2 GamingVor 20 Tage
  • Rear main seal are the worst did it on a bmw f10 😅😅, finally the ferrari runs without misfiring 🤙

    That Beamer GuyThat Beamer GuyVor 21 Tag
  • Spend the extra cash

    Marbles HDMarbles HDVor 21 Tag
  • Are you going to keep this car for another 20000 miles? Me thinks not. But... how much money will you make from a RMS replacement video? That’s the difference between you and others. You’ll recoup some of your money replacing the RMS.

    pchansen100pchansen100Vor 21 Tag
  • Pull trans, inspect clutch and re-evaluate depending on condition of the clutch. It's not like it's your daily, the worst that can happen is the clutch sucks and you have to order one anyways. If clutch is mint, why replace it?

    KESDtvKESDtvVor 22 Tage
  • I would keep the clutch. Its crazy how low on maintenance the car was.

    Tokyo WarfareTokyo WarfareVor 22 Tage
  • for your next product placement you could get a small camera and snake it up inside the bellhousing to see for sure if its the rear main seal

    greg hgreg hVor 23 Tage
  • Looks like your fixing your mistakes more than the initial issue. I hope you get it eventually

    Yono DC5Yono DC5Vor 23 Tage
  • Should keep it running for years unless it catches fires

    monkeyman 911monkeyman 911Vor 23 Tage
  • spend it now or spend it later, you're already cracking it open and as a mechanic I can tell you, every time you have to crack open something you risk breaking it....like a tension bolt

    Josh CoulsonJosh CoulsonVor 23 Tage
I THOUGHT my Salvage Ferrari was FIXED! But I Found a REAR MAIN SEAL LEAK!