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LEAK PROOF Your Dodge Cummins 5.9 Oil Drain Plug - EASY FIX!

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01 CumminsHO (10 дней назад)
i ditched my stock drain plug for a Fumoto drain valve years ago and it's been one of the best "mods" i've done to my truck.
Kyle Throckmorton (11 дней назад)
I have seen someone seal a drain plug using a Mellow Yellow bottle piece as the "washer". I put the correct washer back on and it stopped that massive oil leak. My Cummins doesn't leak yet from the drain pan, but I always torque to spec when I retighten it.
MrIh8hondas (13 дней назад)
Would simply slapping an o-ring on the plug not work?
tyler a (14 дней назад)
Just use anerobic sealer on the drain plug on every oil change. My shops been using the permatex stuff for years, never a leaky drain plug.
Charles Orr (14 дней назад)
So what you are really saying is that Dodge can't even design a proper drain plug? Jeez Louise.
Mario Niekamp (14 дней назад)
They are designed to always leak to extend oil change intervals
Fierofreak01 (14 дней назад)
The Biggest reason for a Cummins pan to leak at the drain plug, is the 300 pound gorilla on the end of the ratchet. 35 ftlbs is the max you want to torque them (the old value was 60!), over tightening is the main reason for the washer and pan to distort. It was actually the general rule years ago to replace the plug at every oil change according to Chrysler but customers starting complaining about the cost of oil changes so that policy was changed.
Smooth Trooper (15 дней назад)
Question why not use a oring or an extra washer like a thin rubber one to help it seal
Dodge man (15 дней назад)
I always add a drain plug to my transmission pans on my trucks and fill them with alcohol to test it's so thin if it doesn't leak oil never will
RussZHC (15 дней назад)
Spent a bit of time looking at oil drain plugs, why do more manufacturers not use a rubber seal? Lots use crush washers, metallic, nylon or other plastic, Ford has a washer with an integral inner rubber washer/seal and Chrysler used a rubber seal on some of their engines but that was all I could find. Not as neat a solution but would save welding, a "piggy-back" plug where you screw in one hollow plug "permanently" and then screw in another that seals on those inner threads. I guess the theory would be that way the thinner sheet of the pan would be far less likely to be distorted over the life of the engine.
Alex Buckland (15 дней назад)
Can't believe it's not a baffled sump it should be
Gürwald (15 дней назад)
Now your frame rust proofing is gone...
Alex T (15 дней назад)
I hate to be that smart ass but water is easier to clean up instead of oil
Cody3232 Cody3232 (15 дней назад)
Thanks for still doing real mechanic videos.
Ryan beck (15 дней назад)
Dude, you need to ask your old lady to shave the koala bear off the back of your neck. You could send that shit into locks of love bro!
DEBOSS GARAGE (15 дней назад)
Its still cold in Canada and I feel weird wearing a scarf on camera
Marshall Pritt (15 дней назад)
Would it be dumb to just weld a fumoto valve in, in place of the drain plug?
DEBOSS GARAGE (15 дней назад)
That would work!
jmshaw357 (15 дней назад)
Isn't it good to use a crush washer made of copper or some other soft metal? Will that be in any danger of coming loose?
Ace Aardvark (15 дней назад)
If we can popularize your hairstyle every man in the world will save 5-7 minutes every morning. Efficient AF.
DEBOSS GARAGE (15 дней назад)
thats 45 minutes/week, 3 hours/month, 36 hours/year and 1800 hours over the course of 50 years. I don't need to spend 1800 hours looking at myself in the mirror when I work in a shop by myself
jdmeaux (15 дней назад)
I would never paint the inside of an oil pan. DANGER, Will Robinson! If the paint gets affected by the oil additives, it can and has separated, clogging the strainer and killing the engine. A properly cleaned and prepared block with Glyptal coating will last for years with no problems. But never just "paint"... JD
ThatGray24v (15 дней назад)
Finally some cummins content
DEBOSS GARAGE (15 дней назад)
An entire 5.9 Rebuild coming your way.
Alex V (15 дней назад)
Just skip all these steps and put the drain plug in from inside the pan and use lifetime synthetic
Chris (15 дней назад)
Alex V "lifetime" we an know that just means it lasts longer than the warranty. You could still change the oil in a setup like this though. In a marine application they have no drain plug in the pan because they put the engine basicly right against the bottom of the hull. You remove the engine oil thought the dipstick with a long tube and a pump or the engine has a hose that comes off the oil pan and you pump it out from there.
Jed Clampett (15 дней назад)
Saw the image and thought it was referring to the Trump Whitehouse.
ACDC5540 (15 дней назад)
Thats a worst design than a gm one
David Dye (15 дней назад)
Not all engineers graduated at the top of their class.
David & Alana Wostrel (15 дней назад)
Almost used the "F" word!!
ZIP TIES N BIAS PLIES (15 дней назад)
Cummins are just junk!!! time to swap that junker for a 6.0 ferd!!! ;-)
ZIP TIES N BIAS PLIES (15 дней назад)
shes coming, new bearings n rings this days off. got everything to make er dial to life meow. just need the time to git r done!!
TheCadester (15 дней назад)
Zip ties love ya fucking channel but 5.9 Cummins r a fuck of a lot better than a 6.0 ferd slave lakes motor in the truck
Speciosa (15 дней назад)
Yeah for real bud, whats goin on with that 5.9 you had kickin around. Cummins go kart?
J W (15 дней назад)
DEBOSS GARAGE I've learned a lot from your channel. Thank you. I have an 06' 5.9 and had it taken in last spring for cardiac surgery. The dealerships years of warranty work was falling apart. New Blick now and went with complete overhaul. It didn't run this great when it was brand new. All after market parts, bearings, seals, pistons, valves, you name it. It sounds very "growly" and "throaty". Compression tests are all 6 cylinders are above 300. It's tight.....and has no problem cummins. Will never buy a dealer new truck ever again. All the new diesels are designed by guys like Justin Trudeau to meet people like Rachel Notley's environmental regs to allow the Chinese and Indians to pollute more that ever. I'd love to get another 3500 and drop a Caterpillar 3116 engine into it.
DEBOSS GARAGE (15 дней назад)
Hows your 5.9 coming?
oto169 (15 дней назад)
Cheapest fix. Throw old drain bolt at a Chevy. Tappy tap tap a cork in where the bolt was and fill with oil. Cork screw the bung out next time and drain the full bodied oil , save for reuse in Chevy with the old bolt in windshield and open more wine for the corks and repeat.
John Possum (15 дней назад)
LOL! That's one excuse to stay up to your eyebrows in wine!
mike fedele (15 дней назад)
I have a client that "lost" their drain plug so they had someone weld a plug on it to seal it.... Now whenever the oil gets changed it has to be done through the dip stick with an evacuation pump.... It sucks! I like your way way better. Great job I may or may not use your technique on said truck.
Diesel Power (15 дней назад)
I should haved welded the inside of the pan to.
FishFind3000 (15 дней назад)
Can’t leak if there’s no hole right!
Jeff Iske (15 дней назад)
I've welded a grade 8 flat washer Provides flat surface and only lose half a thread on the plug
JOHNNY ROD KNOCK (15 дней назад)
Time to put the wrenches down and shave your neck again bro.
Trevor Smith (15 дней назад)
Good job, love your work, it’s always good to make customers happy with simple fixes, that’s what I liked about fixing cars 😀👍
Mark M (15 дней назад)
I got a oil drain valve. I never need to be concerned about stripping threads, oil leaks, or getting my hands dirty. When it's time to do an oil change I just flip the valve and swap the filter relocated under the bumper. When the oil drains out; close the valve, dump in 11 quarts of T6 and away I go for another 10k miles.
Mark M (15 дней назад)
One of my trucks has 100k miles with one of those drain valves from day 1. A few weeks ago it lost control in Montana and drove into a snow bank. The drain valve was still locked and held in the oil until the tow truck arrived. If you're worried about it coming undone I'd get the short one and the optional clip to keep it secure. I'm not affiliated with any of those companies as the concept of a valve with a thread on it has been around forever....
Mark M (15 дней назад)
+RAM TRUCKS I drive a 2nd gen 24v and it's got to be the cleanest one I've seen in town. There isn't a drop of oil on the outside of my Cummins. I keep all of my possessions as clean as humanly possible. My garage floor isn't painted and it looks brand new. It takes just a minute to think about keeping clean when working on something or improving a process.
DEBOSS GARAGE (15 дней назад)
Mark M We were approached by a company who made those valves but decided not to use one in fear the valve would open for some reason (snow bank, rattling etc.). I'm glad they are working for you
Mark M (15 дней назад)
I never claimed my solution would repair this oil pan. I'm just sharing what I've used on every one of my trucks and I don't have to worry about a bolt when doing oil changes. I got one on the tractor where the drain is covered by a mess of suspension components. That one has a hose on it to get the oil out of the way into a catch. Have a great weekend
RAM TRUCKS (15 дней назад)
Mark M Are you afraid of getting your hands dirty?... Do you drive a Prius?
David Ferrell (15 дней назад)
Make sure you use the crappiest paint possible lol
David Ferrell (15 дней назад)
DEBOSS GARAGE good so we dont have a repeat of yesterdays video lol
DEBOSS GARAGE (15 дней назад)
I meant paint the outside. No need to paint the inside
Seb Krause (15 дней назад)
Another dodge with a not so dodgy repair, nice.
bahopik (15 дней назад)
That was a good looking weld! Were you trying to hint Lincoln electric about tig there briefly?
DEBOSS GARAGE (15 дней назад)
You got that little hint eh? Things are happening!
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