What do you expect from Peter from Rowland Heights? But yeah, wish there were a good EGR port cleaning video with accurate vocabulary. In the meantime, guess we'll have to watch it with the sound off.OK, I'll be gentle here- That was NOT corrosion! And, those were NOT the intake manifold ports! Yes, they were the EGR ports.
What did he do about the gasket? Re use it?
It's hilarious- OK, I guess I'm jealous- he can make a video- get enough watches he makes money- when he's spewing total BS about the names of things like carbon/blow by build up and calling it corrosion? And calling the EGR ports the intake manifold ports? No correction, no disclaimer. If this was your video- not trying to be rude, but c'mon man.
Some of the YouTubes I see are so FOS, and people watch them! Hey, I just watched this one didn't I? LOL
And I 2nd this.The 2005 radiator is known to be defective. I wouldn't 2nd guess it. Just replace.
In fact, with the past winter of mostly low-key grocery getting, I occasionally made a point of going to a supermarket farther afield down some highways, just so I could give my Pilot the Italian tuneups it yearned for. It's like taking your dog to a dog park or a big field if all it usually gets is a walk around the block on a leash. After getting VTEC to engage yo, if my Pilot had an articulated tail, I felt as if it would be wagging it and thanking me.Flooring the car, in a safe manner/location, every once in a while is not a bad thing. It helps to remove carbon deposits.