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Old 03-09-2018, 12:09 PM   #1
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Blinker Fluid!

Here's a public service announcement from Trooper Thorson of the Washington State Patrol on how to avoid getting cited for a faulty turn signal!

https://twitter.com/wspd3pio/status/961641816750661634
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Here's a public service announcement from Trooper Thorson of the Washington State Patrol on how to avoid getting cited for a faulty turn signal!

https://twitter.com/wspd3pio/status/961641816750661634
And here is where you can buy it.

Blinker Fluid - $18.95 : KaleCoAuto.com, Your home for the rare, unusual, and hard to find auto parts.

They have lots of other stuff too like hard to find elbow grease and muffler bearings.
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And here is where you can buy it.
Is this one compatible with Volkswagen Automotive Group vehicles?
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Is this one compatible with Volkswagen Automotive Group vehicles?
I heard it was universal. Be sure to read reviews on some stuff there.

I was disappointed with the AWD kit. They told me I could run from the back wheels on the truck to the front wheels on the trailer then from the trailer front to the back wheels and have all wheel drive on both. Sorta like if you could fit a Rokon motorcycle to a Ural sidecar with the drive kit.
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