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How to Replace Blinker Fluid

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geezzze I just spilled my can of compression ............cuz I stepped on my tube of deck height while watching how to replace my blinker fluid!:angry:

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I'm not sure about this... Does using your blinker also expend fluid? Meaning, can I save money by NOT using my blinker so much? No wonder my boss is always griping about money! Volvo car haulers with all LED lighting is expensive with full synthetic fluid an we use the 4-ways A LOT

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I use a hyperdermic needle. Don't even have to take the lens cover off.

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10 hours ago, Underdog said:

I'm not sure about this... Does using your blinker also expend fluid? Meaning, can I save money by NOT using my blinker so much? No wonder my boss is always griping about money! Volvo car haulers with all LED lighting is expensive with full synthetic fluid an we use the 4-ways A LOT

Apparently blinker fluid dissipates when driving or parked facing 23.9534 degrees NNE during the Druid holidays of Birch Bark and Adder Acne when dingle berries and skid marks align.

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must be a democrat thingy     im sure they will try it ahahahahahaha.....after voting for hillery.... thanks paul.....bob

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You can buy Lucas Blinkers Fluid with "Stop Leak Additives", kinda pricey though,,,,randyp

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