Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 Gameplay – “I TOOK APART THE ENGINE!!!” – Let’s Play Walkthrough



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Welcome to my Hermit’s Look at Car Mechanic Simulator 2018! This is a PC gameplay walkthrough in 1080p HD.

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About Car Mechanic Simulator 2018:

The Bestselling Car Mechanic Simulator series goes to a new level!

Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 challenges players to repair, paint, tune and drive cars.
Find classic, unique cars in the new Barn Find module and Junkyard module. You can even add your self-made car in the Car Editor.
Build and expand your repair service empire in this incredibly detailed and highly realistic simulation game, where attention to car detail is astonishing.
All this with new, photorealistic graphics. Featuring more cars (40+), more tools (10+), more options and more parts (1000+) than ever before. It’s time to roll up your sleeves and get to work!

Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 also includes car auctions where old cars are available for resale or purchased for your collection. With the inclusion of photo-mode, you can take stunning before and after photos, and the game’s infinite number of randomly generated missions will keep you more than busy (and dirty).

Each mission offers its own unique challenge of varying difficulty and time constraints to meet. If additional and extra tools are needed, they available for purchase. You can eventually upgrade your garage to include specific equipment such as lacquer sprayer or a parts warehouse.

Features of Car Mechanic Simulator 2018:
photorealistic graphics
40+ cars to get your hands dirty with
10+ tools to help you check out cars
1000+ parts waiting for you
start from a small workshop and upgrade it to a full sized 3-lifter gem
mix of randomly generated jobs to fulfill
endless gameplay
multilevel car parking in which you can store you cars
Advanced Upgrades System (level up and spend your points to upgrades)
Path Test to test car suspension
Test Track to test car condition (or just fool around)
Race Track to test car performance
Car Auctions where you can compete with other bidders and try to outbid them
Car Paint Shop with different paint types and car liveries (or you can just paint one part to save money)
Barn Finds, where you search for abandoned cars in barns – make sure to look there for parts
Junkyard (scavenge for parts and rusty cars)
Car Editor for modders (add your cars to the game!)

New Features since CMS 2015:
seats, steering wheels and benches are exchangeable
car windows are now parts too
new repair system (smarter way to repair parts)
parts warehouse (you can store your parts in a warehouse now)
sheds (Barn Find module)
separated tires and rims (you can place any tire and rim you want)
new working shock absorber tool
new working battery charger
new working wheel balancer and changer
race track (next to test track, there is a race track with a timer)
new physics system (much more complex)
car liveries (you can apply liveries to your car)
redone paint system (you can paint each part separately, choose the paint type: matt, metallic, pearl)
modding support from day 1 (place your own cars in the game)
customizable license plates (with modding support)
customizable game music (with user music)
engine crane (tired of lifting your car up and down to disassemble engine)
creating new engines on the crane (starting from scratch)
leveling system (XP with upgrades)
new car salon (you can buy brand new cars)
liquids in car
story orders (pregenerated like in CMS 2014) next to generated orders (like in CMS 2015)
all new UI and easier controls (with rebind)
pad support
… and much, much more

Official licensed brands coming up in DLC’s:
Mercedes
Maserati
DeLorean
Pagani
Bentley
Dodge
Plymouth
Chrysler
Jeep
Ram
Lotus
Mazda
… and more

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31 thoughts on “Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 Gameplay – “I TOOK APART THE ENGINE!!!” – Let’s Play Walkthrough

  1. Hey genny, some tips to help you out is you can find items easier when items are highlighted by pressing the star next to the items that need fixing, also if you feel there is too much grind involved with the game you can give yourself xp and money by using cheat engine

  2. Genny, if you click the star next in the car overview, it will put a blue highlight around the part you need to replace, if you have discovered the item to repair.

  3. You're right. There would be a lot of fluids all over the place. And timing belts are a PITA to replace. And they simplify things a LOT. Replacing the ABS pump and all those brake components means you would most definitely had to bleed the brakes. What you "bleed" is air out of the fluid.

  4. If you don't know much about vehicles, you may think that this is difficult, but let me assure you, this is the easy part. The most difficult part about automotive repair is the diagnosis, which in this game is mostly already done for you. After the problem is diagnosed, it's simply pulling and replacing parts, which is what you're doing here. Maybe it'll come into play later that the customer doesn't always actually know what they need and you have to diagnose it yourself regardless of what they want, which would be an interesting mechanic (no pun intended XD). Also, for future notice, brake pads come in sets of four (two for each side), so you should always replace pads on both sides. Also, never just replace a rotor on one side, replace both or turn both. Otherwise, you'll have noise and vibration issues, and thus, customer complaints. That's irl, though, the game mechanics may work differently. Anyway, this game is awesome, and the fact that you know nothing about what you're doing makes it hilarious and fun to watch! Remember, if you need any assistance later on with an exceptionally difficult issue, all you gotta do is ask. Later Genny!

  5. Genny When your in the remove part mode and you over mouse over items the color outline helps letting you know in what order to remove parts. If it's green you can take it off now no obstructions. if its yellow it means you need to take off other parts first and those other parts will be highlighted in solid red. In examine mode you have to manually do it by holding down left click. Many parts need a certain tool and it will say in yellow text. I know you did once later on in the vid. At least your preparing for your future after this youtube thing goes south. 🙂

  6. holy s*** I just thought of what Genny would do if he gets in that junkyard. All that scrounging for parts, that'll be like a 5 episode mini saga.

  7. I have the 2015 version of this game. With the some DLC I have put a reasonable amount of hours, but the base game was mostly 20-30h worth of progression to have fully unlocked skills and a good amount of money. The DLCs did allow for some more interesting stuff, but I'm expecting more in the base game of this 2018 version. Even the old version has some resource management issues, making a bit slow with more then one car in the shop and it varies from car to car. I think the engine the game runs on doesn't work well with all the parts rendering( it has to render each part independently an put them together). I have worked with CAD software and big assemblies can be heavy on systems, but they still run better then the 2015 version of the game. I can only imagine how bad M system would be with the 2018 version. Hopefully they fix this soon. I do know they were working on a patch for RAM use in the 2015 version, so we can expect some patch like that for 2018.

  8. lol Genny always be afraid of cars on the road ;), most used parts can be rebuilt so shops tend to sell the parts that still have good housing/structure and refurbish them into "like new"

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