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Old 04-07-2016, 03:50 PM   #1
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I always had the dealer do it but here is a How-To on replacing blinker fluid.

I have always been a little reluctant to change my own blinker fluid and had the dealer do it. But here is a great How-To guide on replacing your own blinker fluid.

https://youtu.be/E6GsXhBb10k
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Old 04-07-2016, 04:05 PM   #2
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This also used to go along with changing out the muffler bearings.
But since all manufacturers wen to sealed muffler bearings, they no longer need to be replaced.
When the manufacturers all go to synthetic blinker fluid instead of the dino stuff, we'll never have to change it out either.
However, if you happen to own a Yugo, than both need to be changed on a regular basis.
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Old 04-07-2016, 04:09 PM   #3
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That's right up there with the bucket of prop wash and spool of flight line!!!
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Old 04-07-2016, 04:12 PM   #4
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So now that spring is here don't forget to rotate the air in your tires to warm season air. Get better mileage!
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I have always been a little reluctant to change my own blinker fluid and had the dealer do it. But here is a great How-To guide on replacing your own blinker fluid.

https://youtu.be/E6GsXhBb10k


Great instructional video, Thanks! WOW, I guess I could have changed it myself. Instead I, too, dropped my vehicle off at the dealer and then off to McDonalds to get my Diet Water with Lemon.

That Diet Water sure hit the spot! Sure hope my blinkers are much quieter now.
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Just take it over to Stooge McGoober or Herman Puller at the shop and he'll put a Wazooly Nut on it as long as he doesn't trip over his Fluglebinders!
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Hilarious!
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Wal Mart has it on sale now. It's in the auto department on the same aisle as the left handle monkey wrenches.
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Anybody got a part number for the radiator cap for my 1971 VW Super Beetle?

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Anybody got a part number for the radiator cap for my 1971 VW Super Beetle?

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Nope - but I have the part number for the alternator.
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