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<br /> Heavy rubber absorbs most impacts protecting not just the metal underneath but also an expensive spray on bed liner too. Granted spray coatings look great and offer thick protection, but even the most expensive spray coat is still mostly paint. Cover it with a rubber mat and you can just about quit worrying about dents, at least on the area under the rubber.
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<br /> Remeber checking your car before you go out. As low-cost as they are, people are inclined to put off replacing their windshield wipers. A good pair of wipers should last approximately a year and can be obtained and set up by your local baltimore auto parts. Now is the moment to replace them. Additionally, ensure is put in the reservoir. Water will deep freeze in winter and make the system useless. Finally check the defrosters. Be sure that they are running effectively.
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<br /> 2) Buy a few gallons of windshield washer fluid and keep buying it all winter as you use it up. Check the level in your car often especially before you are expecting a snowstorm and right after.
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<br /> Used car parts usually cost much less than new ones. For example, the top frame of a late model convertible may cost over $2,000 if you buy the part new. But, that same part can be purchased used for as little as $700. One of the reasons for the difference in price is that new parts often need to be assembled. Used maryland junkyard are already assembled and simply need to be installed on - or in - your vehicle.
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<br /> On the way back from Pete's I figured I'd stop at the auto parts maryland store near the Beemer dealer since the dealer was closed on Mondays. Turns out that their p/n RY116 or perhaps V08183 is an exact replacement for the main relay on my R80! What luck! Something to keep in mind if your own airhead's main relay craps out on you while on the road and nowhere near a BMW dealer.
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<br /> Coolant, on older cars this will be done at the radiator. Fill to the top, while the radiator is COLD. In newer cars there is an overflow reservoir. Fill to the level marked on the side. Either way you should use about a 50% coolant and 50% water mixture. You can buy it that way or mix it your self. WARNING animals like the taste of coolant but it is deadly to them. Thoroughly clean up any spills.
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<br /> Furthermore, people who have rare or old vehicles that are no longer produced are able to get parts here. The last stage of auto salvaging is to get rid of any parts that cannot be used.
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