Here's Why My Ferrari Keeps Breaking Down !

10 jan 2021
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My Ferrari 360 is one troubled prancing horse, how much is it going to cost to fix this time ? Plus a Boxer update.
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  • Classic starter solenoid problem. You can't buy can cleaning products in the UK? How odd.

  • My experience with USPS tells me that when the shipment came to the UK it did not then depart the UK again, it went to customs and this is despite what the tracking tells you. USPS tracking is misleading, I don't know why it tells you this. So, trust that it is now in UK customs clearing and it will transfer to Royal Mail before they hit you with import and handling fee.

    Tim MantleTim Mantle2 dagar sedan
  • There is something to be said about not having the prettiest or show quality pieces... takes little stress off about keeping it ideal... adds to the fun factor

    gottiducatigottiducati2 dagar sedan
  • Good luck with USPS... they are in a world of hurt... worst service of all time

    gottiducatigottiducati2 dagar sedan
  • Love your videos - I keep checking back for the next update. Can't wait :D

    Brum TasticBrum Tastic3 dagar sedan
  • Im poor ,,i would never treat my Ferrari that way.

    positivesecretpositivesecret4 dagar sedan
  • I live in Chicago and near O'Hare Intl Airport. If I can help, let me know. Otherwise, Good luck!

    Jay KJay K6 dagar sedan
  • Hey, it's a twenty year old Ferrari not a two year old Camry...

    Okey EzeiloOkey Ezeilo6 dagar sedan
  • I want a Testarossa convertible as a workbench too!

    mark alcockmark alcock6 dagar sedan
  • I've fixed dozens of that style of starter motors. You needed to replace the 2 L shaped copper contacts in the solenoid and buff the plunger contact area. Never had one come back.

    John JacksonJohn Jackson6 dagar sedan
    • Thanks buddy

      RatarossaRatarossa6 dagar sedan
  • Love your work

    Stephen WrigglesworthStephen Wrigglesworth6 dagar sedan
  • hey have you heard anymore about your nicked tool roll from the ferrari

    glenn arnoldglenn arnold6 dagar sedan
  • If it was me I would have just bought a new starter

    Jerry HawkJerry Hawk6 dagar sedan
  • A man after my own heart. If I had a Ferrari I'd work on it on the drive too

    Future ClassicsFuture Classics7 dagar sedan
  • My 575M has been trouble free for the last 9 years.

    Rodger JohnsonRodger Johnson7 dagar sedan
  • Would it be possible to make a wiring loom/extension and move the ecus inside the cabin?

    Mr GMr G7 dagar sedan
  • This guy is a hard worker for a British guy.

    RedneckRedneck7 dagar sedan
  • Next video ?

    Phil DanielPhil Daniel8 dagar sedan
  • The way I see it if you got shit loads of money to throw away buy a Ferrari, and become a mechanic 🧰.

    Jeremy SaundersJeremy Saunders8 dagar sedan
  • What a big waste of time and monies FERRARIS SUCK

    Howard SwingHoward Swing9 dagar sedan
  • It looks more like a junkyard than a sportscar workshop. It hurts my eyes.

    Maarten RijsdijkMaarten Rijsdijk9 dagar sedan
    • Im poor ,,i would never treat my Ferrari that way.

      positivesecretpositivesecret4 dagar sedan
  • Has made it possible for people to attempt repairs on so called super cars... Really impressive to be honest

    MegaSKAGGSMegaSKAGGS9 dagar sedan
  • When we did the mounts on my friend's 10k mile 430, the rubber was broken on both of them! Same part as 360, way more power.

    mfennell70mfennell709 dagar sedan
  • Couriers losing parts is a nightmare. Don't ever use Parcel Hero as they make it as difficult as possible to search and refuse to allow calls or easy contact. They've lost my wheels and tyres!

    Body-kitted 316-shedBody-kitted 316-shed9 dagar sedan
  • For goodness sake... Why don’t you actually finish a project... Fix all the faults, including start buttons and carpets, etc. Then start another Ferrari project.... You’re just another gunna... Gunna do this and gunna do that... Be a finisher!

    Antony GriffithsAntony Griffiths9 dagar sedan
  • I was on the Nurburgring about ten years ago ,where you there with two other 360 ?

    alan bullockalan bullock10 dagar sedan
  • If the starter packs up completely mate give me a shout. I've got a fully working one spare

    Oliver HodgettsOliver Hodgetts10 dagar sedan
  • Love how the Testarossa is basically a work bench and just gets crap sprayed all over it. :-) Doing the best with the space you have though which is great. Thanks for the videos.

    flyingvengeanceflyingvengeance10 dagar sedan
  • Bring her to Barkaways, we will fix her for you 🤙

    DubTech TvDubTech Tv10 dagar sedan
  • I had the same issue with USPS, however this is the number to speak to a HUMAN (US) 1 800 222 1811. If it is a long hold they will call you back, they did for me twice. Also, take the claim number it gets everything moving a lot faster, it is different than an insurance claim number. My package showed up 4 weeks late, Good Luck!!

    Day RosenbergDay Rosenberg10 dagar sedan
  • Here's an idea. Instead of pulling off the rear valance. Use a floor jack to jack up the car, put some jack stands under the car and access the starter from underneath the car. It's less labor intensive and quicker.

    Ordinaryavg.guyOrdinaryavg.guy10 dagar sedan
    • @Ratarossa Ah, so they make it complicated like every other car manufacturer.

      Ordinaryavg.guyOrdinaryavg.guy10 dagar sedan
    • Impossible the undertray needs to come off the car which requires the removal of the rear bumper... nice idea though in theory

      RatarossaRatarossa10 dagar sedan
  • It was determined that it had contracted covid

    John MatarazzoJohn Matarazzo10 dagar sedan
  • Nice to see you calling your 360 a 360 for a change. Fair play all the effort that you’ve gone to with sourcing parts etc., but ultimately it isn’t a stradale. Just like any other brand of car where people add parts to improve what they have, it’ll never truly be one unless it left the factory that way. Audi S versions made to RS never really be an RS. Or old school Ford’s made to be a Cosworth. Keep up the good work though. Love the way you get stuck in and nothing bothers you.

    Vincent AgiusVincent Agius10 dagar sedan
  • You did well by cleaning and lubing everything up but you left the parts alone that actually cause the problem on those. I used to get new contacts for about $5 here in Canada. Lots of Toyotas have those starters and usually there's a click and nothing else. If it's dead quiet, often the brushes are bad and the pull in winding is not getting a connection. I couldn't actually see the condition of the brushes from your camera angle.

    Arno DyckArno Dyck10 dagar sedan
  • USPS has been slammed. Especially things in the East coast. Anytime anything of mine goes through the New Jersey hub it is alway at least 10 days late coming out West.

    bergi85bergi8510 dagar sedan
  • Hi dude, I know that it isn't a Ferrari, but the Lancia Beta from the Top Gear Botswana special has been rediscovered and the owner is looking for someone to do something about the sorry state it's in. Might be something up your alley?

    Laurens NieuwlandLaurens Nieuwland11 dagar sedan
  • The US Postal Service is more broken than your Ferraris. My Christmas cards took a month to arrive. That's airmail, not boat (at least, that's what I paid for). I think your parts got caught up in Trump's (failed) election strategy.

    gliddofgloodgliddofglood11 dagar sedan
  • Put heat proof tape over the ecu's this will divert the heat away from the ecu body which I can only presume as a massive portion of its circuit board attached to a heat sink to absorb the heat that the circuit generates alone

    Peter DoddPeter Dodd11 dagar sedan
  • Hey dude, no new vids on the bbi yet? Or am i being impatient lol?

    Mike SmithMike Smith11 dagar sedan
  • How about a lifting ramp.

    Kai UlrichKai Ulrich11 dagar sedan
  • In fact the method with the hammer was what I had to do to my first car, a beaten up VW bus back in 1983.

    Kai UlrichKai Ulrich11 dagar sedan
  • Had to laugh when he pulled out the mount, I knew the new one wasn't going back in that gap :)

    TheIDGETheIDGE11 dagar sedan
  • Ask to speak with district manager of UPS for your late parcel.

    James DeanJames Dean11 dagar sedan
  • Italian super car that won't turn over?

    James DeanJames Dean11 dagar sedan
  • Good luck with USPS. I live in the US and just got a utility bill that was due a month ago. They dropped all shipments to process that farce of a mail in ballots for the election. Be patient. They will get to it.

    MOEMOE11 dagar sedan
  • Those are very low sitting cars. You could easily bolt up a double lift made just for your tiny garage, then you'd get 4 of em kept in climate controlled collectable condition, thus making you extremely happy with your purchase. It would look pretty groovy wouldn't it?

    True TechTrue Tech11 dagar sedan
    • I did measure up to see if that was possible but couldn’t find a lift that was small enough to lift ... but yes that would be awesome

      RatarossaRatarossa11 dagar sedan
  • Avoid usps when you can

    Bg1Bg111 dagar sedan
  • Always a great watch, thanks.

    steffydog1steffydog111 dagar sedan
  • The US postoffice is the worst. We here in America never use them.

    e_ski ee_ski e11 dagar sedan
  • Always try and use Fedex from the US, I use Rockauto for my Jeep parts with Fedex shipping taking 3 days from ordering to my door!

    Carl hallCarl hall11 dagar sedan
  • You're a wild man, sir! My hat's off to you!

    BOBXFILES2374aBOBXFILES2374a11 dagar sedan
  • Uh, if you remove the engine mounts (which hold up the engine) isn't it going to fall on your HEAD?????

    BOBXFILES2374aBOBXFILES2374a11 dagar sedan
  • Interesting. I would have said "dead battery." I've never seen someone whack the starter and have it actually work! Good engineering, putting it where all the road dirt and grime can get to it. Good job, Enzo!

    BOBXFILES2374aBOBXFILES2374a11 dagar sedan
  • Wtf... are you kidding??? Couple taps with the mallet and it started !? Crazzzzzy ! LoL 👏👏

    J.A.MJ.A.M12 dagar sedan
  • Really enjoy DIYer spannering like this on YT be it on something exotic like a Ferrari or something more humble like a Ford or old Rover. Keep up the good work. One question, with your time saving Time-lapse stuff, what setting do you use? ... about ten seconds I would guess from watching your footage. Impressive attention to details when giving the Starter Motor a severe dose of TLC. Makes a BIG difference. Been doing much the same since I bought my first car as a teenager many moons ago. Learned early that taking your time and being thorough with cleaning etc during stripping and reassembly pays dividends. Friends and relatives accuse me of being "lucky" with my cars reliability but, as you most certainly know, there's more to it than pure luck. Looking forward to more of the same now a subscriber.

    MG JohnMG John12 dagar sedan
  • Get the actual physical address and phone number of the local post office and call the postmaster

    Steward ReedSteward Reed12 dagar sedan
  • When Im spraying switch cleaner I move it away from the bench so it dribbles on the floor and my bench is just a bench !

    lowfingerlowfinger12 dagar sedan
  • man your videos are simply great! cheers from Italy!

    Filippo PagesFilippo Pages12 dagar sedan
  • drive vid once the work was done?! - that's always a nice way to end. Still, love the content Scott and always love the driveway ferrari fettling.

    Tom BlatchTom Blatch12 dagar sedan
  • Tem algum Brasileiro indiquinado em ve esse cara usar o capô do carro como mesa de apoio de ferramentas e peças ?

    FufuFufu12 dagar sedan
  • Ahh, those startups & quick shut downs make me cringe!

    Thomas RossiThomas Rossi12 dagar sedan
  • I keep checking daily for progress on the 512 restoration, I know you're waiting for parts to arrive, I hope they come soon, many of us are waiting, good luck

    JDcarguyJDcarguy12 dagar sedan
  • Hey bro its not a solenoid thing its called a Bendix. Learn what your working on and the proper Verbage otherwise you sound like a dope as you do.

    Brian WarnerBrian Warner12 dagar sedan
  • It’s nice too see a car being used instead of being a Garege queen👍

    Rs RickRs Rick12 dagar sedan
  • How cool is it to use a Testarossa as a work bench? Living the life!

    Matt FritchMatt Fritch12 dagar sedan
  • That's a nice Ferrari workbench you've got there!

    Matt SMatt S12 dagar sedan
  • Very good job, keep it up! 👍

  • Testarossa as a workbench... Damn...

    Muhammad AfifMuhammad Afif12 dagar sedan
  • WHY DID he not just put in gear and rock

    trevor morgantrevor morgan12 dagar sedan
    • Tried it but with the F1 System its not that simple

      RatarossaRatarossa12 dagar sedan
  • Due to buying the least cared for cars you can find.

    Stephen300oStephen300o12 dagar sedan
  • The problems in today's world...... and what Ferrari to play, men's fix on the day?? 😏🙂

    Mr WattoMr Watto12 dagar sedan
  • You need a bigger garage mate

    carlos Nuno cardosocarlos Nuno cardoso12 dagar sedan
  • he actually gets more done than Tarvarish. That guy would talk for half the video about random crap and show you all 30 of his current projects that he will never finish before actually fixing his car in the captions. Lol

    Dumi PhamaDumi Phama12 dagar sedan
  • hah, just like a Fiat. Fiat tool number one is a big hammer. Tool number two is a bigger hammer.

    Tumbleweed LightsTumbleweed Lights12 dagar sedan
  • U're prob ... is believing the fezza fairytale Everything pre 458 /488 was purely build as an auction investment "sculpture" to fund enzo's racing addiction they break down just by looking at them ! fezza is/was Pure mafia !!! as in lieing cheating bribing and blackmailing they're cars to the top of every car test just ask Jeremy Clarkson and Chris Harris, they got banned from testing fezza's just because they told the thruth !!!

    Iris CIris C13 dagar sedan
  • Have ABCARBON redo the carbon work. He's amazing! check his IG.

    CarGuy66CarGuy6613 dagar sedan
  • Nice work bench😂

    Karpie DewlapKarpie Dewlap13 dagar sedan
  • Love it...... a Japanese starter on a Italian Super car! It was really great how you could service it as well. I'm in the USA, And can confirm that there has been some slow deliveries lately -even here in the States . What I had to do was go to the post office with the tracking number and the person at the counter ran a very detailed tracking scan for me; they are helpful , but as you indicated you must be there in person (no phone calls) . (you can't , But I could) , Now, to be clear I may be only able to get more information for you, but you never know as I might be able to get it moving for you also. (???). Stefan

    Stefan Czechorski DDSStefan Czechorski DDS13 dagar sedan
  • All courier companies are the same these days, impossible to speak to a real person if and when they lose your parcel.

    DudefinchDudefinch13 dagar sedan
  • You are the real deal Scott!! The best Ferrari video diy channel ever mate! Big hello from Zug Switzerland - Cheers! Just love the Boxer and Stradale builds!!

    Philip CupidPhilip Cupid13 dagar sedan
  • Very insightful. Impressed how how Ratarossa does't mess around and gets stuck in.

    Neil CowieNeil Cowie13 dagar sedan
  • F1 system should be FI system?

    William 13William 1313 dagar sedan
  • Don't we all use old Ferraris for a workbench?

    Rob LeopoldRob Leopold13 dagar sedan
  • I'm not all that impressed with Ferrari.

    Mr. AdventureMr. Adventure13 dagar sedan
  • Thank you for this video!!! Your Subsciber over here from Los Angeles California U.S!! I've own a 81 Ferrari 400i in past some times I wan't to buy another one but scared!!

    Jerry EarleyJerry Earley13 dagar sedan
  • Nice Ferrari work table!!!!

    Alex ManningAlex Manning13 dagar sedan
  • I really enjoy these types of videos where you so how these wonderful machines work. Keep it going Ratarossa!!!!

    Alex ManningAlex Manning13 dagar sedan
  • This guy is to fix Ferraris on a budget...great stuff!!

    neil arnoldneil arnold13 dagar sedan
  • You really need to take better care of these cars, the interior on this one is horrific and you are using another as a work bench, good god man...

    mclingomclingo13 dagar sedan
  • Lol, good old 'technical tap' on the starter. I may or may not have had to do that at a hotel to start my NSX after a severe over-night cold snap.

    Lap of the WorldLap of the World13 dagar sedan
  • some greatfuel soul can give this man a work Bench ?????

    Max GomezMax Gomez13 dagar sedan
  • USPS awful dhl or ups only i would use

    Info ModenasparesInfo Modenaspares13 dagar sedan
  • What a baller! He is using a back end of one of his Ferraries as a work bench :) hahahah! Mega!

    Paweł SzymańskiPaweł Szymański13 dagar sedan
  • The denso starter motor solenoids are rebuild-able your contacts look very warn in side solenoid body, Not sure if its the same rebuild kit but the land rover TD5 starter motor rebuild kits are about 11 quid on ebay and the contacts should be the same

    Matthew YouensMatthew Youens13 dagar sedan
  • No workbench really? Using the tail of the white car as a bench!

    vlodpgvlodpg13 dagar sedan
  • You might not get your parts from outside the UK. On Jan 1st the rules changed for import VAT. If a foreign company is selling to someone in the UK they have to VAT register with the UK government, collect the VAT at point of sale and pay it to the UK Government. Whereas all they used to have to do was complete the customs declaration and you would be charged the VAT and pay it online when it arrived in the UK. I've had several companies mail me to say they are no longer willing to sell into the UK due to all the extra admin they now have to do.

    Pete LunnPete Lunn13 dagar sedan
  • Man you need a lift in a bad way.

    Dans VW channelDans VW channel13 dagar sedan
  • Most unorganised work I have ever seen. Uses a Ferrari Testarossa as a work bench and spray solvents on the paint. Admire his attacking the work but he would be better off organising his garage and build a collapsible work bench.

    P DP D13 dagar sedan
  • Advantages of a ratty ferrari: 1. work bench 2. storage 3. spare parts bin

    Krule WorldKrule World13 dagar sedan
  • Always make me freak-out when i see you using your TESTAROSSA as a work bench. By the way... I was wondering. In the near future, instead of spending big money on another Ferrari, don't you think investing in another home with a bigger garage where you could work in better condition would be a good idea???

    Jacques RaymondJacques Raymond13 dagar sedan