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For dedicated grease monkeys and weekend tinkerers alike, "Car Fix" is the ultimate how-to automotive television series. It features hosts Jared Zimmerman and Lou Santiago showcasing repairs that go beyond the basics, from modifications and upgrades to customizations and body work, all using high-end performance and aftermarket products. The guys combine a craftsman's laser focus with some playful banter to lead viewers through hands-on, highly detailed projects. Zimmerman and Santiago were the original co-hosts of "MuscleCar" on Spike TV.

Latest episodes

aired 3 days ago
Jared and Lou take an '87 Grand National and redo the headliner, carpet and a few other parts that just became available for these cars.
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Jared and Lou give a '71 Plymouth GTX more power by installing a supplemental planetary gearbox; they tackle a worn-out AC to keep the driver cool.
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Jared and Lou explain how to diagnose the issues causing a check engine light to go on; they bring back the new car smell in a 2008 Porsche 911; a 1971 Plymouth GTX makes a return to the shop to upgrade its exhaust.
aired 10 days ago
Jared and Lou demonstrate what it takes to overcome when parts just don't want to fit.
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Jared and Lou explain the difference in a street legal track car and a regular car by using a 2017 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R and 2 performance engines; the guys also upgrade the Shelby's exhaust and suspension.
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Jared and Lou upgrade the suspension in a 2010 Audi R8 from the factory adaptive suspension to coil-overs; they also fabricate an air intake for better performance.
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Jared and Loud address how to get a car that's been sitting for a while back on the road; they show what to check for on a 1988 BMW M3.
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Jared and Lou quiet the ride of a 1981 DeLorean by installing sound-deadening material and install a back-up camera so the owner can see behind him.
aired 46 days ago
Jared and Lou become one of the first to take a Z06 LT4 drivetrain with an eight-speed transmission and put it in a low number Monte Carlo Aerocoupe.
aired 52 days ago
The guys look to break a quarter mile record with a Porsche 991; they install upgraded turbos, intercooler, exhaust and a ton more with the hope of getting the Porsche to run in the 9's.
aired 53 days ago
Jared and Lou give a 1966 GTO a mini restoration which includes suspension, steering, big brakes, and new upgraded wheels and tires.
aired 55 days ago
For the first time, body panels are available for the 1963 Ford Galaxie, so Jared and Lou show how to change out some of the panels including the massive quarter panel.
aired 56 days ago
Installing a tubular front end with a new K-member setup in order to fit twin turbos under the hood of a Fox Body Mustang; Jared and Lou makes some sparks and show how to save 40 pounds of weight on the front end.
aired 57 days ago
Jared and Lou find a Detomaso Pantera that has been sitting for almost 20 years and get the project headed in the right direction; they install a cooling setup, drop in a reconditioned fuel tank and install a period correct engine and transmission.
aired 58 days ago
Showing how to convert a GMC Jimmy from a 4 wheel drive setup to an AWD truck.
aired 59 days ago
Finding out what a vintage Ford Cammer engine doing in an 05 Saleen.
aired 60 days ago
Jared and Lou take the LS turbocharged, Pro Touring Camaro and see some sights from Darlington, S.C. to Charlotte, N.C. on the final legs of the 2018 Hot Rod Power Tour.
aired 66 days ago
Jared and Lou make a '68 Pro Touring Camaro with a turbo-charged LS engine ready to ride in the Hot Rod Power Tour; they mini tub the rear-end for larger tires, install a four-link suspension in the back and create a one-off custom exhaust.
aired 67 days ago
Jared and Lou show how important sub-frame connectors can be on a convertible IROC.
aired 73 days ago
EGT's are important when it comes to making horsepower; Jared and Lou perform an experiment on a Shelby GT 500 to see how much lower they can get engine temperatures with water-methanol injection.
aired 74 days ago
The 575 is one Ferrari that doesn't sound like a Ferrari; Jared and Lou bolt on a new Italian exhaust, to give this front engine exotic the proper sound; then it's time to Dyno.

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