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Car Fix is a vehicle restoration show on Velocity TV. Various types of cars, trucks and other vehicles are restored, modified and enhanced dramatically. Hosts Jared Zimmerman and Lou Santiago offer their flavorful personalities and earned mechanical expertise to ensure accurate, fun information. Trendsetting industry performance products are highlighted. Emphasis is placed on the fact that most restorations and modifications can be performed at home, by relative novices, with proper instruction, equipment, tools, money and effort.

Car Fix is a series that is currently running and has 9 seasons (128 episodes). The series first aired on March 3, 2012.

Where do I stream Car Fix online? Car Fix is available for streaming on VELOCITY, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Car Fix on demand at Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Velocity, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV online.

Friday 8:30 PM et/pt on VELOCITY
9 Seasons, 128 Episodes
March 3, 2012
Automotive Reality
Cast: Lou Santiago, Jared Zimmerman
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Car Fix Full Episode Guide

  • There are a number of complicated components to a car's AC System. Jeremy and Bryan show you how the system works and teach you how to convert an old R12 system to an updated R134a.

  • Bumpus and Fuller teach you everything you need to know to prep your next paint project for the booth. From setting up the paint gun to laying on final paint, you'll see all the steps to a perfect paint job.

  • How do you put a modern chassis under a classic Corvette? Jeremy and Fuller will show you how to separate the stock frame and roll under an all-new custom chassis with upgraded axles, suspension and room for an LS power plant.

  • Jeremy brings in a classic Chevy that has all the goodies. LSX engine, custom chassis and a supercharger.

  • The guys find a very clean Dodge Colt that is having a no-start issue. First they need to figure out where the problem is coming from, and then they fabricate some other fixes under the hood.

  • Fuller brings in a classic Firebird that has just been painted and is ready for final assembly. The guys rebuild the front end and add the period-correct decals.

  • The guys bring in a very clean '69 fastback Mustang, and since the owner has added extra power under the hood, Bryan and Jeremy need to upgrade the rear end with a Posi unit. They also upgrade the transmission to give the owner a few extra gears.

  • Fuller and Jeremy take a first-generation Scout apart and put an all-new chassis, drivetrain and 4-link suspension underneath, making it one bad off-road rig.

  • Fuller brings in a twin-turbo, thousand-horsepower Cutlass to do some custom fabrication and build an all-new interior.

  • What happens when you put a 6.2L Supercharged Hellcrate engine in a 73 Challenger? The factory rear end explodes for one thing. So Fuller and Jeremy swap it out for an upgrade rear end, with the right gear setup.

  • Watch as the guys adapt a supercharger to look period correct under the hood of a rare and unusual 302 Studebaker engine. They create custom accessory mounts for the supercharger and finish it all up with a hidden EFI setup.

  • Bryan and Bumpus take an F100 restoration that was supposed to be all original and switch gears. With a new Coyote engine and a supercharger under this hood. This project is destined for more custom touches.

  • When Bryan needs a new daily driver, he doesn't go hunting on a dealership lot. He builds what he wants, and today, he and Jeremy bring in a '69 Lincoln Continental and slam it to the ground.

  • Vintage Land Cruisers still bring a pretty penny when they are all-original. Bryan and Jeremy tear the original drum brakes off and create a power braking system. It's always fun putting parts where they don't belong.

  • Bryan Fuller has been working on a '33 hot rod for over 10 years, and now all his hard work is paying off because he has a buyer. He shows off some amazing fabrication to finish the headers and other sheet metal work on the body.

  • Jared decides to fix a clutch problem on his 90s Blazer because he wants to trade it in on a 2020 Corvette Zora C8. The boys make the necessary repairs; but will Jared decide to keep the Blazer once its fixed, or take the plunge with a new car?

  • The owner of this 2001 Dodge Dakota truck wants to change out the stock engine with a 4BT Cummins to get more power. Jared and Lou tackle the engine swap and get this powerhouse running.

  • The owner of this unique 1999 Mazda Miata has replaced the engine, drivetrain and transmission. Jared and Lou will work on some fabrication and wiring to finish the build.

  • The guys take actor John Cena's 1999 Lamborghini Diablo repli-car and get the V-12 BMW engine running again.

  • The guys have a '55 Chevy Bel Air in the garage today. The owner added an LSA engine, so Lou can install the front accessory drive. Jared shaves the fuel door and relocates the filler neck to the tail light with a conversion kit.

  • The guys bring in a 1967 Ford Fairlane that is in the middle of a restoration to address the front and rear suspension which at one point was upgraded to air shocks, but the owner wants to go back to the factory setup.

  • Today we have 2 iconic 80's sports cars in the Car Fix garage. Lou and Jared will change out the tires on a 1983 Lamborghini Countach 5000S and do a bit more work to get a 1989 Lotus Esprit racing down the road.

  • The owner of a 1985 Chevy El Camino needs to install a crate engine and new transmission; but before he can do that, Jared and Lou will address the body mounts & suspension to prepare the car to receive its components & make this classic better than ever.

  • A one-of-a-kind 1968 Mid-Engine Camaro is in the shop to get some interior upgrades, new brakes, and to address some wiring issues. The car was built 20 years ago and was a show-stopper.

  • Jared and Lou explain how to diagnose the issues causing a "Check Engine" light to go on and 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.

  • What's the difference between a street legal track car and just a regular car? Jared and Lou explain using a 2017 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R and 2 performance engines. The guys also upgrade the Shelby's exhaust and suspension.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Jared and Lou give a 71 Plymouth GTX more power by installing a supplemental planetary gearbox. They also tackle a worn-out AC to keep the driver cool.