Chevy Volt Vlog #74: 3 Year Long Term Review: Husky Liners – Broken Clips REPLACED!

Chevy Volt Vlog #74: This is my 3 Year Long Term Review: of the Husky Liners for my 2017 Chevy Volt ( https://amzn.to/34Vt0Bd ). The floor clips broke but was replaced by Husky Liners after a quick phone call. This video also shows how to replace the Broken Clips!

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How to replace a 2016-2020 Honda Accord / Civic / Clarity Key Fob Battery

My 2018 Honda Accord and Honda Clarity key fob remote battery was low. I bought a replacement CR2032 3v Energizer Lithium ( https://amzn.to/2L7TDsI ). I made this quick video to show you how to change out a Toyota key fob remote battery. My Youtube vlogs may also have associated affiliate links to products that may earn from qualifying purchases. Be sure to check
the battery expiration date.

The 20162019 Honda key fob has a switch that releases the physical key. Use the metal and insert it into the center slot of the key fob. Turn it like a key to pop key fob open. The CR2032 battery is held in 4 tabs. There is a slot opening to push the battery out on top. Use a finger nail or small toothpick in the slot to pop the battery out. Reverse the steps to re-assemble and test.

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Chevy Volt Vlog #72 : 78,000 Miles 2017 Chevy Volt Engine Sound Irregular?

Chevy Volt Vlog #72: 78,000 Miles 2017 Chevy Volt Engine Sound Check. A viewer asked me to do sound recording of my 2017 Chevy Volt engine as the engine sound sounded loud and irregular. My parents took my 2017 Chevy Volt to the dealership and they said it was normal. To me it sounded louder and harsher than it sounded like that 30,000 miles ago.

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