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Tips : Outdoor Last Updated: Mar 19th, 2010 - 11:39:35

Outdoor Tips - Car
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Oct 2, 2007, 02:01



Besides having a quart or 2 of oil in your trunk, it is also a good idea to have a spare fan belt as well. One especially for the water pump and the other for your alternator. Without those belts you are dead in the water. (Randy C.)

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For those of us that don't keep our car in a garage in the winter, rub a small halved onion over your windshield. This keeps ice from forming on it, and saves a lot of time from scraping. (Pam)

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Keep a disposable camera in your glove box along with a small notepad and pen. This will be valuable in case you have a car accident. (Mike)

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Always keep a couple of quarts of oil in your car. When the engine light comes on you will have to add oil IMMEDIATELY or your engine will freeze up. (Mike)

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Use dryer sheets in the air filter of your car for a fresh smelling car. (Xenia)

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To prevent corrosion on your battery posts, apply vaseline to them.

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Use kitty litter to soak up oil and other car fluids from your garage or driveway.

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Windshield wipers will work more effectively if you clean them. Use a solution of vinegar and water and a soft cloth to clean them.

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Attach a ribbon or flower to the antenna to make your car easier to find.

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To remove oil stains from your driveway or garage area, pour soda on the oil stains and hose off with water.



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