Doing a Brake Pad Tutorial Gone Wrong – He Put it in Backward!
When you’re looking to tackle a job that might be a little bit new or foreign ...
When you’re looking to tackle a job that might be a little bit new or foreign to you, it might be in your best interest to head to the Internet and do a little bit of research. With the way that we’re all connected these days, there’s bound to be someone out there who’s willing to offer up the right information at the best cost: free.
However, as you probably know, not everything on the Internet is guaranteed to be true since just about anybody can get on there and post whatever it is that they feel like. This is why again be important to check a variety of sources or use a source that you believe to be the most accurate and reliable.
This time, we catch up with a situation that has a DIY mechanic trying to explain how to fix your squeaky brakes when he accidentally uncovers a small detail that shows that maybe isn’t as qualified to be telling you about this information as you had gone into this video expecting. As he continues to take apart his brake setup, we soon learn that managed to put the pad in backward to start with. That might be your problem and most certainly isn’t a good start toward building credibility to try and get people to take your word for how to fix something.
Check out the video down below that will show you exactly why you might want to do a little bit of research before you go trusting the first source that you see. In this one, you really can’t help but feel a little bit bad for the guy but it does help to know that he did bring himself to upload the video which means that he can definitely take a little bit of a laugh at himself in this story worthy situation.