You've gasped at our galleries of automotive FAIL and cringed at You're Doing it Wrong. Now get ready to bawl like a baby over There I Fixed It — a salute to impromptu solutions to everyday automotive problems.

It's the Carpocalypse and not everyone can afford pricey repairs or expensive used parts. This is where the ingenuity of man and the accessibility of dollar store duct tape comes in handy. We've selected our favorite auto-related "flxed its" and shared them here with you. Hit "next" to see how the world is fixing it.

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You're Doing It Wrong Version 5.0: There I Fixed It

Yeah, because Harbor Freight jack stands are sooo expensive.

You're Doing It Wrong Version 5.0: There I Fixed It

This may seem inhumane, but this dog can now jog 60 MPH.

You're Doing It Wrong Version 5.0: There I Fixed It

If only you'd have just done the hood, then you could have gone drifting.

You're Doing It Wrong Version 5.0: There I Fixed It

Oh no, your truck now has termites.

You're Doing It Wrong Version 5.0: There I Fixed It

We never get tired of this picture.

You're Doing It Wrong Version 5.0: There I Fixed It

Years of playing Tony Hawk has ruined this kid's judgment.

You're Doing It Wrong Version 5.0: There I Fixed It

The world's most literal mechanic says: "We'll have this fixed in a Jiffy"

You're Doing It Wrong Version 5.0: There I Fixed It

Free next day delivery was too much for these people.

You're Doing It Wrong Version 5.0: There I Fixed It

"Hey, why are you calling my car a piece of trash?"

You're Doing It Wrong Version 5.0: There I Fixed It

If it ain't broke don't fix it. Actually, never fix it like this.

You're Doing It Wrong Version 5.0: There I Fixed It

Lotus drivers have the same problem.

You're Doing It Wrong Version 5.0: There I Fixed It

Surprisingly, these are the most homophobic people ever.

You're Doing It Wrong Version 5.0: There I Fixed It

Aluminum siding is almost never worth it.

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