It's insane the kind of tutorials you can find on YouTube. If you spend enough time on the Internet, you can find a tutorial for anything. A few weeks ago, I was toying around with the idea of picking up a used Porsche 944 against better judgment and found a cheap used one that needed to have its clutch replaced. Lo and behold, multiple step-by-step guides existed.
Actually going through the trouble of sitting through the tutorials, studying them, and committing them to memory is another thing entirely. The second I saw that replacing the clutch was a lot of work, I mentally phased out. It was just another reminder that I'm not someone who is turned on by a challenge, but moreso a reminder that buying a used car from the '80s and trying to fix it myself despite being a pretty crappy handyman with zero patience was a terrible idea.
But some people see YouTube tutorials and are inspired by them and actually gain new skills.