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Know Your Car, Identify Basic Parts, and Common Fixes.
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Blinker fluid

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Excellent! Trying to understand what the person is trying to describe can be tough. This is a great way to make it easier for us.
btw, can I order some blinker fluid?
Happy Loren

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Just checked.

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Amazon has it in stock it seems. Cool

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Scratch

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Hi I have scratched my plastic bumper so the white is now black underneath is there a way of fixing it yourself there’s no dints it’s a flat surface thx

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