How to Practice Proper DIY Headlight Restoration for Your Car

Most of the older cars on the road today have a major problem, and it’s their awful yellow headlights! Most cars age and display some issues, but older cars tend to have issues with their age showing with layers of filth from years of driving. Not only do they trap dirt and grime, but these headlights can easily fade to a yellow color.

If you’re on the hunt for a quick solution to your vehicle’s yellow or faded headlights, then why not try some toothpaste? There are actual chemical properties in toothpaste that make it a great…

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The Safest Way to Check Your Car Battery

Testing your car battery is easy, and all you are going to need is a voltmeter, gloves, safety goggles, and a small wire brush. Be sure the car's lights and engine have been turned off, open the hood, and give the battery terminals a good cleaning with the wire brush.

The voltmeter has a red and black cable. The red cable will be attached securely to the positive end of the car battery, the black goes to the other battery terminal. Test the battery. 

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Fail to Start? It Might be Your Ignition

Most of the time, your ignition switch will give a few warning signs before completely failing. It's important to recognize those signs so that you're not stranded on the side of the road without being able to start your vehicle. At Specialty Auto Sales & Service, someone can check the connections and electrical components to determine if there are issues present.

One of the common signs that something is wrong with your ignition switch is that the vehicle will be hard to start. 

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